CRI Hosts New Visiting Scholar from Spain

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The Cuban Research Institute is pleased to host the visit of Dr. Trinidad L. Vicente during the months of July and August 2022. During her stay in Miami, she will coauthor an article on the chains of transnational care among Cuban migrants in Spain and the United States.

Trinidad L. Vicente is Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities and researcher of the Pedro Arrupe Institute of Human Rights at the University of Deusto in Bilbao, Spain. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and Sociology (University of Deusto), and a Master degree in Peace Studies (University of Ulster) and in European Studies (University of Deusto). Apart from teaching "Discrimination and Violence against Women," "iversity and Interculturality," and "Methods and Techniques of Social Research” in the undergraduate degree in Social Work, she also lectures in the Master's Degree in Intervention in Violence against Women. Specifically, she teaches the course "Immigration from a gender and intersectional perspective." She forms part of the "Human Rights and Sociocultural Challenges in a World in Transformation" research team, selected under category A within the Basque university system. Her major publications deal with migration, gender, and human rights.