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Reviewing 50 Years of Revolution / Cuba and Its Futures

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Two conferences will take place over the following days. At Tulane University, Re/Viewing the Revolution: Fresh Perspectives on Cuba 1959-2009 , on April 9-10, includes the following presentations:

Rafael Rojas (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, Mexico; Visiting Professor, University of Texas, Austin), “Los pasados de Cuba. Historias e ideologias” — Esther Whitfield (Brown University), “Havana and the Aesthetics of Ruin” — Ernesto Menéndez Conde (Duke University), “El arte abstracto en (versus) las indagaciones sobre lo cubano”– Ariana Hernández-Reguant (University of California San Diego), “The Art of Invention”– Ramón Fernández Larrea (poet and independent scholar), “La risa en la sombra: muerte del humor politico en Cuba” — Round Table/ Mesa Redonda chaired by Ana López and Marilyn Miller (Tulane University)

Then, in Barcelona (march 25-26), a symposium at the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea, in Barcelona (Spain).

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The symposium features scholars living  in Cuba (e.g. Victor Fowler, Julio Guanche, Magaly Espinosa) as well as abroad, most of them as exiles  (Ivan de la Nuez, Jorge Ferrer, Carmelo Mesa-Lago, Haroldo Dilla, Alejando de la Fuente, Velia Cecilia Bobes, Rafael Rojas).

You can see the whole program HERE.

2 Responses to “Reviewing 50 Years of Revolution / Cuba and Its Futures”

  1. pryer Says:

    Hadn’t heard about this one. Is anyone going?

  2. Tom Carter Says:

    Wish I’d known about this one. I definitely would have gone.

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