Dr. Carlos Díaz-Rosillo, director of the Adam Smith Center for Economic Freedom at FIU, discusses the broader implications of the recent street protests against the Cuban government.
Brian Fonseca, director of the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy at FIU, explains the use of military and paramilitary organizations in responding to peaceful demonstrations of discontent on the Island.
Jenny Macías Chaveco will conduct archival research on the media representation of Cuban migrants in the United States for her Ph.D. dissertation in Communication at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City.
Join us for a virtual panel discussion featuring contemporary Cuban artists and critics who will reflect on the significance of artistic performance and political unrest in the context of the recent street protests on the Island.
This lecture by Jenny Macías Chaveco will analyze photographs that appeared in the Cuban press in April 1980, which tended to represent Mariel émigrés as criminal and marginal subjects.
This memoir by Dr. Oliva Espín moves between Cuba and the United States in a moving narrative authored by a feminist educator who left her mark in the United States and Latin America. Her tales of growing up in pre-Castro Cuba vividly and poignantly evoke a long-gone era.