The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) will hold a symposium to illuminate particular aspects of the works presented in the exhibition "On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Art Collection," and tie them to specific contexts and histories of Cuban artistic production both on the island and in the diaspora during the last several decades.
The British magazine "The World Weekly" asks whether recent parliamentary elections in Cuba can mean anything more than a change in name, and bring peace with the United States.
The Cuban Research Institute (CRI) is pleased to announce the 2018 competition for two scholarships to conduct research in Cuba. The Eliana Rivero Scholarship will support graduate student research with an emphasis in the humanities, while the CRI Cuban Studies Scholarship is open to any field.
The Cuban Research Institute, the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, and the FIU Libraries are pleased to announce the winners of this year's competition.
Dr. Jorge Duany will deliver the closing keynote at the conference on "Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria: Unnatural Disasters and Transnational Community Responses."
Ed Morales writes for The Washington Post about the demographic and political changes in the Cuban-American community in South Florida, and how they are reflected in a new generation of Latino youth.
CRI Faculty Affiliate Philip M. Carter recently published the results of his research on how Miami residents rated the accents of native Spanish speakers for different attributes tied to income, profession, and family background.
Dr. Jorge Duany discussed the recent expansion and apparent stagnation of private businesses on the Island, at the conference on "Cuba and the Caribbean: What Now?" held at the University of South Florida at Sarasota-Manatee.
The FIU History Professor and Dr. Jennifer L. Lambe are publishing a selection of papers from an international conference on the Cuban Revolution between 1959 and 1980, forthcoming from Duke University Press.
CRI Director Jorge Duany analyzes the growing Puerto Rican exodus to Florida before and after hurricane Maria. The mass migration from the Island is bound to redraw the demographic, cultural, and political map of the state.