Ninth Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Studies

Event information
Venue:FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, Graham Center Ballroom

The Ninth Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, organized by the Cuban Research Institute (CRI) at Florida International University, will focus on the theme, Dispersed Peoples: The Cuban and Other Diasporas, but participants will address many other aspects of Cuban and Cuban-American history, politics, culture, and society. This year, CRI received a record number of paper and panel submissions, so the program was extended to three full days, including four concurrent sessions throughout each of these days. Altogether, the conference consists of 46 panels, with more 200 paper presenters, discussants, and chairs. With more than 250 expected participants, this will be the largest conference ever in CRI's history.

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To pre-register for the conference, click here.

For a list of hotels offering discounted rates for the conference, click here.

To download a campus map, click here. Enter FIU through the main entrance at SW 16 St. and 107 Ave. You can park in the Gold Parking Garage. All conference events will be held at the Graham Center.