Cuba: New Research Directions

The UC-Cuba Multi-Campus Research Program presents:
“Cuba: New Research Directions”
A two day conference
May 2-3, 2008
Student Center, University of California, Irvine
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The UC-CUBA Multi-Campus Research Program will bring more than 50 faculty and graduate students from seven UC campuses and other universities across the nation to reflect on recent research on Cuba. Topics will include: current economic trends, the state of U.S.-Cuba relations, history and literature, tourism, sexuality, music, and the position of intellectuals.
This conference is free and open to the public. Registration will be available onsite.
For more information, contact name and to download a brochure, click HERE

2 thoughts on “Cuba: New Research Directions”

  1. Claudia: How many pro-Castro professors can you find on that program? Compare them to the ENCASA list that called for unilaterally lifting the embargo
    and you will find: Emilio Bejel (dialogue 1978), Karina Cespedes, Maria Elena Diaz, Raul Fernandez, Felix Masud-Piloto (who just returned from the conference in Havana), Lisa Garcia Bedolla, Lillian Manzor, Nancy Mirabal, Jose Quiroga, Ruben Rumbaut (Antonio Maceo Brigade), Sylvia Wilhelm. Damian Fernandez, of FIU’s Cuban Research Institute, is also there.
    Now guess what the Cuba direction of that meeting is going to be.

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