Ten faculty members and graduate students affiliated with FIU will present papers and serve as discussants at the 29th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, to be held in Miami on July 25–27, 2019.
The Cuba Program at Sergio Arboleda University in Bogotá, Colombia, has published an op ed by CRI Associate Director Sebastián Arcos.
This summer, the Wolfsonian–FIU is displaying much of Conrado Massaguer's vast body of work in the hopes of sparking a conversation on Cuban culture before and after the revolution. All of the items featured in the installation are a gift from historian, collector, and longtime donor to the museum Vicki Gold Levi.
In this lecture, CRI Visiting Scholar Denisse Delgado-Vázquez will assess the impact of sending remittances and engaging in the development of private enterprises in Cuba.
Through photographs, posters, and promotional ephemera drawn primarily from a gift by Vicki Gold Levi, this volume edited by Rosa Lowinger and Francis Xavier Luca revisits the relationship between Cuba and the United States from the Prohibition era of the 1920s through the postwar tourism boom of the 1950s.
In this book, Daniel I. Pedreira presents a meticulously-researched biography of Guillermo Belt Ramírez, one of Cuba's most important diplomats of the 20th century. As ambassador, Belt represented his homeland in the United States and the Soviet Union as the Cold War turned wartime allies into enemies.