CBS Evening News interviewed CRI Director Jorge Duany on the recent migration of Cubans from Ecuador to the U.S.-Mexico border.
The grant will preserve valuable examples of Latin American heritage from various countries through the digitization of rare 78rpm sound recordings from 1900–1929 at the Green Library.
CRI Faculty Affiliate Dr. Phillip M. Carter has just coauthored a new book, "Languages in the World: How History, Culture, and Politics Shape Language."
This book by Dr. Iraida H. López explores narratives of literal and figurative return, including memoirs, fiction, and the visual arts, by those who left Cuba as children or adolescents.
This series of lectures by Dr. Alexis Jardines will examine the ideological context for a future Cuban transition to democracy.
Centering on the music and lives of black-identified "raperos" (rapers), Dr. Marc D. Perry examines the ways in which these young artists craft notions of black Cuban identity and racial citizenship, along with calls for racial justice.