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How to Feed the Nation / Cuban Print Journalists and the Politics of the Press, 1940-1971 (Goizueta Fellows Forum)

How to Feed the Nation: Agri-Culture, Race, and Empire in the U.S. and Cuba Presented by Tara Phillips, Comparative Literature, University of California at Berkeley and Cuban Print Journalists and…

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Re-Sounding History / Urgency Courts (Goizueta Fellows Forum)

Re-Sounding History: Soundscapes and Traumatic Memory in Pedro Panes Presented by Elisa Alfonso, Ethno/Musicology, University of Texas at Austin and Urgency Courts: Discursive Contentions,…

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Shadow Cadavers / Cuban Writers and Diasporic Griots (Goizueta Fellows Forum)

Shadow Cadavers: Cheap Labor, Archival Praxes, and Queer Necropolitics in the Wake of the Cuban Revolution Presented by Andy Alfonso, Program in Latin American Studies, Princeton University and …

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Porous Borders, Watery Graves / Imagining Sabor (Goizueta Fellows Forum)

Porous Borders, Watery Graves: Forgetting the Balseros in Cuban American Literature and Visual CulturePresented by Natalie Catasús, Comparative Literature, Emory University and Imagining…

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New Directions in Cuban Studies Conference: Part 4 of 4

New Directions in Cuban Studies was a multidisciplinary conference to disseminate the work of past CHC Graduate Fellows and survey the current state of Cuban and Cuban American Studies.

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New Directions in Cuban Studies Conference: Part 3 of 4

New Directions in Cuban Studies was a multidisciplinary conference to disseminate the work of past CHC Graduate Fellows and survey the current state of Cuban and Cuban American Studies.

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New Directions in Cuban Studies Conference: Part 2 of 4

New Directions in Cuban Studies was a multidisciplinary conference to disseminate the work of past CHC Graduate Fellows and survey the current state of Cuban and Cuban American Studies.

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New Directions in Cuban Studies Conference: Part 1 of 4

New Directions in Cuban Studies was a multidisciplinary conference to disseminate the work of past CHC Graduate Fellows and survey the current state of Cuban and Cuban American Studies.

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2010 "Premios René Ariza"

CHC and the Instituto Cultural René Ariza presented the 2010 “Premios René Ariza,” awarded this year to playwrights Raul de Cárdenas and Héctor Santiago, and…

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A conversation with Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez

During her visit to the CHC, Yoani Sánchez was interviewed in the Elena Díaz-Versón Amos Conference Room by a group of UM students that included representatives from the Miami…

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