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CRI Director Invited to Participate in French Academic Event

06/07/2024

Dr. Jorge Duany will present a paper on recent Cuban migration at the international colloquium "The Other Caribbean," to be held at the University of Paris III (Nouvelle Sorbonne) on June 20-21, 2024.

Call for Papers | Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE)

06/07/2024

ASCE is issuing a call for papers and panel proposals to be presented at its 2024 Annual Conference, to be held in Miami on October 18-20, 2024. Abstracts of papers or panel proposals should describe original work related to Cuba's economy in a broad sense, including economic policy, legal, sectoral, and social aspects of economic development.

CRI Visiting Scholar Joins "Cuban Studies" Advisory Board

06/02/2024

Dr. Elaine Acosta González has been invited to form part of the board for five years (2024–29). Founded in 1970, "Cuban Studies" is the preeminent journal for scholarly work on Cuba.

Upcoming Events

Art Exhibition | Juan Carlos Alom: Entre los elementos / Between the Elements

06/15/2024 03:00 PM

This is the first solo museum exhibition of Cuban artist Juan Carlos Alom, who is recognized for his exploration and documentation of Afro-Cuban culture, displacement, and the environment. Developed in collaboration with the artist, this exhibition will be organized thematically in sections devoted to earth, air, fire, and water.

Book Presentation | Cuban Fusion: The Transnational Cuban Alternative Music Scene

09/06/2024 07:00 PM

Surveying the impact of Cuba's economic crisis after the demise of the eastern socialist block, Dr. Eva Silot Bravo documents a relatively unexplored transnational network of collaborations among Cuban musicians who migrated to many different countries from the 1990s forward. The book's main argument is that in light of the 1990s crisis in Cuba, new transnational and alternative narratives emerged, resulting in creative "in-between" spaces that reflect a postsocialist aesthetic condition.

Book Presentation | Puerto Rico: What Everyone Needs to Know (Second Edition)

10/05/2024 07:00 PM

In the second edition of "Puerto Rico: What Everyone Needs to Know®," Dr. Jorge Duany unravels the fascinating and turbulent past and present of an island that is politically and economically tied to the United States, yet culturally distinct. The book provides a succinct, authoritative introduction to the island's rich history, culture, politics, and economy, as well as its diaspora.

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