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Dr. Uva de Aragón reviews the book, coordinated by Dr. Carmelo Mesa-Lago, on small independent businesses in Cuba, presented by CRI at Books in Books in Coral Gables.
Valentina La Rosa, a graduate student from the University of Bologna, will conduct research on the linguistic attitudes of Cubans in Miami.
The Miami Herald reports on the growing number of Puerto Ricans who are moving to Florida, due to the lingering economic crisis on the Island.
CRI Director Jorge Duany discusses the implications of changing U.S. policy toward Cuban migration.
The Sun Sentinel reports on the end of the special status of Cubans without visas who were allowed to stay if they arrived on U.S. soil.
Dr. Jorge Duany will analyze recent changes in U.S. policy toward Cuba and assess possible scenarios under the new Trump administration.
El Nuevo Herald highlights some of the main themes of the Eleventh Conference in Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, including the economic and political changes that have taken place in U.S.-Cuba relations since December 17, 2014.
FIU historian Michael J. Bustamante shares his ideas about reading and teaching about the Island's history before and after 1959.
Vicky Jassey, a Ph.D. candidate at Cardiff and Exeter Universities in the United Kingdom, will conduct research on gender and batá drumming in Cuba, with a particular focus on the burgeoning role of women batá drummers.
Dr. Jorge Duany will lecture about the evolving relationship between the Cuban diaspora in Florida and Cuba.
The conference will consist of 45 panels with more tan 200 presentations by scholars and students from throughout the United States and other countries.
The Cuban Research Institute continues its tradition of convening scholars and other persons interested in the study of Cuba and Cuban Americans. The main theme of the 2017 conference will be "Beyond Perpetual Antagonism: Reimagining U.S.-Cuba Relations."
The Cuban Research Institute (CRI) is pleased to announce the competition for the 2017 Eliana Rivero Research Scholarship in Cuban Studies. The scholarship provides one FIU graduate student the opportunity to conduct research in Cuban studies—with special emphasis in the humanities—for one week in Cuba.
Dr. Jorge Duany will speak about the transnational landscapes of Cuban Miami at the Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies.
The Cuban Research Institute, the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, and the FIU Libraries are pleased to announce the winners of this year's competition.
The U.S. Coast Guard said it intercepted 65 Cubans trying to reach Florida or Puerto Rico since January 12, when former President Barack Obama ended the "wet foot, dry foot" policy.
Santa Fe College and Florida International University's Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center hosted their second annual faculty seminar on how Donald Trump's presidency might impact U.S. Latin American relations. The topics under discussion included immigration and security, U.S. manufacturing and international trade, and the future of U.S./Cuba relations.
Telemundo 51 reports that the number of nonimmigrant visas given to Cuban citizens dropped from 22,797 in 2015 to 12,218 in 2016.
The Spanish newspaper "El País" interviews music collector Cristóbal Díaz Ayala during CRI's most recent conference in Cuban and Cuban-American studies. The conference was dedicated to the collector in recognition of his numerous contributions to the preservation, study, and promotion of Cuban music.