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Miembro de la Academia de Ciencias de Cuba y del Comité Ejecutivo de la Sección Cubana de ADHILAC. ... Un caso del dominio imperialista en Cuba (La Habana, 1976); “Una saga azucarera entre dos siglos”, (en Asturias y Cuba en torno al 98 ...

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The Johnson Administration s Cuba Policy

Spain was the only European country that had regularly scheduled air flights to Cuba, and had five registered or Spanish-owned ships under charter ... Cuba: Más de dos siglos de agresiones (La Habana: Editora Verde Olivo, 1992), 52–53.

The Johnson Administration s Cuba Policy

This book presents the reader with a detailed analysis of the U.S. policy toward Cuba that was designed and adopted by the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. Based in governmental and other sources from both the U.S. and Cuba, the book analyzes the changes in the U.S. policy and its political and practical effects. Cuba still had to face a combination of "dirty war" and "passive containment," but during the course of the 1960s, the influence of the "dirty war" policy was weakened due to the failure of the tactics to overthrow the Cuban Revolution by violent means. Instead, the policy was directed towards "passive containment," characterized by its focus on an intensification of the economic blockade, the promotion of diplomatic isolation, and propaganda campaigns and psychological warfare. The book is unique since it is written from a Cuban perspective and it complements and enriches the knowledge of the U.S.-Cuban relationship during the 1960s, and the policy adopted by the Johnson administration.

Historic Cities of the Americas

Siglo XIX [Mexico] 2,Number 4 (1987):161–181. Marrero y Artiles,Leví.Los esclavos y la Virgen del Cobre: dos siglos de lucha por la libertad de Cuba.Miami: Cuba y sus Jueces,1982. Martínez Arango,Felipe.Próceres de Santiago de Cuba.

Historic Cities of the Americas

With rare maps, prints, and photographs, this unique volume explores the dramatic history of the Americas through the birth and development of the hemisphere's great cities. * Over 70 richly detailed entries on the most colorful, important cities of the New World, from Quebec City, Boston, and San Francisco in the Northern Hemisphere, to Buenos Aires, Cuzco, and Bahia in the Southern * Four geographical sections (the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America, North America, and South America), enabling the reader to easily locate information * Hundreds of rare, historically significant antique maps, prints, and photographs, enhancing both the value and appearance of the book * A very extensive bibliography, providing users with easy access to many hard-to-find materials

The Nixon Administration and Cuba

La política de los Estados Unidos hacia Cuba (La Habana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 2011), 48. See also: William M. LeoGrande and Peter Kornbluh: ... CUBA. Más de dos siglos de agresiones (La Habana: Editorial Verde Olivo, 1992).

The Nixon Administration and Cuba

This book presents a detailed analysis of the U.S. policy that was adopted toward Cuba by the Richard M. Nixon administration between January 20, 1969, and August 8, 1974. Based on governmental, as well as other, sources from both the U.S. and Cuba, this book examines the rupture where the policy of “passive containment” was complemented with a policy of “dirty war.” President Nixon attempted to reestablish a confrontational and violent path of action, and once again, Cuba was exposed to a “dirty war” consisting of different forms of aggressive terrorist activities. Since the conditions for this violent route had changed dramatically both in the U.S. and in Cuba, a policy characterized by a continuity of the economic and psychological warfare came to be the central one for the Nixon administration. This book is unique since it is written from a Cuban perspective, and it therefore complements and enriches the knowledge of the U.S.–Cuban relationship during the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s, and the policy adopted by the Nixon administration. It is of relevance to everyone interested in the issue, and especially for students and researchers within the disciplines of history and political science.

A Taste of Latino Cultures

El desarrollo de Cuba durante los dos siglos siguientes fue lento . Cuba era atacada con frecuencia por piratas o por países que estaban en guerra con España . En 1762 los ingleses ocuparon La Habana , pero un año después se la ...

A Taste of Latino Cultures

Offers recipes from Mexico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, along with information about the populations, geographies, and histories of those countries.

Cuba Puede Ser Independiente Cuba May Become Independent A Political Pamphlet Bearing Upon Current Events Translated from the Spanish by C Kirchhoff

Así llegó á su actual sazon el Canadá , despues de casi dos siglos de vida acompasada ; y así habria llegado Cuba con el tiempo , y no mas tarde ; puesto que en un siglo escaso de existencia , que es lo que se debe atribuir á su ...

Cuba Puede Ser Independiente  Cuba May Become Independent  A Political Pamphlet Bearing Upon Current Events     Translated from the Spanish by C  Kirchhoff


Cuba and the United States

Miguel A. D'Estéfano Pisanti, Dos siglos de diferendo entre Cuba y Estados Unidos (Havana, 2000), provides a general survey of Cuba-U.S. relations from the colonial period through the 19905. Half the book is dedicated to the forty years ...

Cuba and the United States

The Times Literary Supplement calls Louis A. Pérez Jr. "the foremost historian of Cuba writing in English." In this new edition of his acclaimed 1990 volume, he brings his expertise to bear on the history and direction of relations between Cuba and the United States. Of all the peoples in Latin America, the author argues, none have been more familiar to the United States than Cubans--who in turn have come to know their northern neighbors equally well. Focusing on what President McKinley called "the ties of singular intimacy" linking the destinies of the two societies, Pérez examines the points at which they have made contact--politically, culturally, economically--and explores the dilemmas that proximity to the United States has posed to Cubans in their quest for national identity. This edition has been updated to cover such developments of recent years as the renewed debate over American trade sanctions against Cuba, the Elián González controversy, and increased cultural exchanges between the two countries. Also included are a new preface and an updated bibliographical essay.

Cuba

... Los esclavos y la Virgen del Cobre: Dos siglos de lucha por la libertad de Cuba (Miami: Ediciones Universal, 1980). The account on which I base my description of the apparition was given by Juan Moreno in a deposition taken in 1687.

Cuba

An epic, sweeping history of Cuba and its complex ties to the United States—from before the arrival of Columbus to the present day—written by one of the world’s leading historians of Cuba. In 1961, at the height of the Cold War, the United States severed diplomatic relations with Cuba, where a momentous revolution had taken power three years earlier. For more than half a century, the stand-off continued—through the tenure of ten American presidents and the fifty-year rule of Fidel Castro. His death in 2016, and the retirement of his brother and successor Raúl Castro in 2021, have spurred questions about the country’s future. Meanwhile, politics in Washington—Barack Obama’s opening to the island, Donald Trump’s reversal of that policy, and the election of Joe Biden—have made the relationship between the two nations a subject of debate once more. Now, award-winning historian Ada Ferrer delivers an ambitious and moving chronicle written for a moment that demands a new reckoning with both the island’s past and its relationship with the United States. Spanning more than five centuries, Cuba: An American History provides us with a front-row seat as we witness the evolution of the modern nation, with its dramatic record of conquest and colonization, of slavery and freedom, of independence and revolutions made and unmade. Along the way, Ferrer explores the sometimes surprising, often troubled intimacy between the two countries, documenting not only the influence of the United States on Cuba but also the many ways the island has been a recurring presence in US affairs. This, then, is a story that will give American readers unexpected insights into the history of their own nation and, in so doing, help them imagine a new relationship with Cuba. Filled with rousing stories and characters, and drawing on more than thirty years of research in Cuba, Spain, and the United States—as well as the author’s own extensive travel to the island over the same period—this is a stunning and monumental account like no other.

Cuban Studies 36

Mota, Francisco M. Piratas y corsarios en las costas de Cuba, 2 ed. Havana: Editorial Gente Nueva, 2003. ... Santiago de Cuba: Oficina del Conservador de la Ciudad, 2003. 473 pp. ... Dos siglos de pensamiento de liberación cubana.

Cuban Studies 36

Cuban Studies has been published annually by the University of Pittsburgh Press since 1985. Founded in 1970, it is the preeminent journal for scholarly work on Cuba. Each volume includes articles in both English and Spanish, a large book review section, and an exhaustive compilation of recent works in the field. This volume contains articles on economics, politics, racial and gender issues, and the exodus of Cuban Jewry in the early 1960s, among others.

Beyond the Walled City

“La Habana entre dos siglos.” In Arquitectura cubana: Metamorfosis, pensamiento y crítica: Selección de textos, edited by Elvia Rosa Castro and Concepción Otero, 22–35. Havana: Artecubano Ediciones, 2002.

Beyond the Walled City

"Once one of the most important port cities in the New World, Havana was a model for the planning and construction of other colonial cities. This book tells the story of how Havana was conceived, built, and managed and explores the relationship between colonial empire and urbanization in the Americas. Guadalupe Garcaia shows how the policing of urban life and public space by imperial authorities from the sixteenth century onward was explicitly centered on politics of racial exclusion and social control. She illustrates the importance of colonial ideologies in the production of urban space and the centrality of race and racial exclusion as an organizing ideology of urban life in Havana. Beyond the Walled City connects colonial urban practices to contemporary debates on urbanization, the policing of public spaces, and the urban dislocation of black and ethnic populations across the region"--Provided by publisher.

Cuba

nadamente ideológicos de este último: Cuba en la cruz (1960), Martí frente al comunismo. ... 6 Los mejores estudios sobre García Tudurí, Agramonte y Piñera Llera se deben a Elio Alba Buffill, Cubanos de dos siglos.

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Cuban Studies 38

Escultura y escultores cubanos. Havana: Artecubano, 2005. 125 pp. Pérez Casas, Eidania, and Lourdes León Zamora. DiceIfá: Fusión plástica. ... Los pintores cubanos: Dos siglos de pintura. Miami: Latin American Art Consultants, 2005.

Cuban Studies 38

Cuban Studies 38 examines topics that include: liberalism emanating from Havana in the early 1800s; Jose Martí's theory of psychocoloniality; the relationship between sugar planters, insurgents, and the Spanish military during the revolution; new aesthetics in Cuban cinema, the “recovery” of poet José Angel Buesa, and the meaning of Elián Gonzales in the context of life in Miami.

Music and Youth Culture in Latin America

245–258 in Panorama de la música popular cubana, edited by Radamés Giro. La Habana: Letras Cubanas. ——. 1998b. “La timba y sus antecedentes en la música bailable cubana. ... “Arte Cubano a vuelo de pájaro entre dos siglos.” pp.

Music and Youth Culture in Latin America

The book examines the ways in which music is used to advance identity claims in several Latin American countries and among Latinos in the U.S. Individual chapters address the ways in which music provides people with both enjoyment and the tools they use to understand who they are in terms of nationality, region, race, ethnicity, class, gender, and migration status."

Cuba

“Cuban Population in the United States,” in Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture. ... la URSS con sus tanques: Entrevista a Ricardo Alarcón, presidente de la Asembla Nacional de Poder Popular de Cuba. ... Entre dos siglos.

Cuba

A review of Cuban history, politics, and society includes a listing of key events and people, directories of organizations, and an annotated bibliography.

Sacred Spaces and Religious Traditions in Oriente Cuba

2000. Kongo Political Culture: The Conceptual Challenge of the Particular. bloomington: Indiana University Press. Marrero, Leví. 1980. Los esclavos y la Virgen del Cobre: Dos siglos de lucha por la libertad de Cuba.

Sacred Spaces and Religious Traditions in Oriente Cuba

Dodson examines the history of traditional religious practices in the Oriente region of contemporary Cuba.

Families in a Global Context

La emigración cubana entre dos siglos [Cuban emigration between the two centuries]. ... La fecundidad y el envejecimiento en Cuba al inicio del siglo XXI (Fertility and aging in Cuba at the beginning of the 21st century).

Families in a Global Context

Learn what trends and factors are influencing families globally How are families the same or different around the world? Families in a Global Context puts the similarities and differences into perspective, presenting an in-depth comparative analysis of family life in 17 countries around the world. Contributors discuss different countries' family life by using a standard framework to review major influences and patterns. The framework allows readers to do comparative reflection across several countries on a variety of daily living elements, including social and economic forces such as urbanization and modernization, changes in gender/courtship/spousal patterns, and war. This book provides an informative illustration of current as well as future trends of family life worldwide. Each chapter in Families in a Global Context describes customary types of family patterns within each country’s social organization and culture. Important social, economic, political, and other trends are explored in detail, and major ethnic, religious, or other subcultures are noted emphasizing marriage and family patterns that differ from the more typical ones. The book is extensively referenced and includes tables to clearly present data. Countries explored in Families in a Global Context include: European countries of Wales, Sweden, Germany, Romania, and Italy African countries of Sierra Leone, South Africa, and Kenya Middle Eastern countries of Turkey and Iran Asian and Oceanian countries of India, China, the Philippines, and Australia Latin American countries of Brazil, Mexico, and Cuba Topics discussed for each country in Families in a Global Context include: demographics mate selection patterns with an emphasis on the dynamics of couple formation marital roles the place and role of children and parenting in families socialization for gender roles differences in education, employment, and other opportunities major stressors affecting families, coping, and adaptation aging and life expectancy issues and much more! Families in a Global Context is an insightful resource for researchers, educators, and advanced undergraduate and graduate students investigating comparative family topics of family life around the world and in cultural context.

Cuban Studies 33

Cuba on My Mind: Journeys to a Severed Nation, aparecido bajo el signo editorial de Verso, aporta a este conjunto una ... globalización presentes ya en la economía cubana y la condición diaspórica de la cultura cubana desde dos siglos, ...

Cuban Studies 33

Cuban Studies has been published annually by the University of Pittsburgh Press since 1985. Founded in 1970, it is the preeminent journal for scholarly work on Cuba. Each volume includes articles in both English and Spanish, a large book review section, and an exhaustive compilation of recent works in the field.

Handbook of Latin American Studies Vol 61

See item Dos siglos de diferendo entre Cuba y 2196 . Estados Unidos . La Habana : Editorial de 2893 Carrión , Juan Manuel . El imaginario Ciencias Sociales , 2000. 228 p . ( Ciencias nacional norteamericano y el najurídicas ) cionalismo ...

Handbook of Latin American Studies  Vol  61

"The one source that sets reference collections on Latin American studies apart from all other geographic areas of the world.... The Handbook has provided scholars interested in Latin America with a bibliographical source of a quality unavailable to scholars in most other branches of area studies." —Latin American Research Review Beginning with volume 41 (1979), the University of Texas Press became the publisher of the Handbook of Latin American Studies, the most comprehensive annual bibliography in the field. Compiled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and annotated by a corps of more than 140 specialists in various disciplines, the Handbook alternates from year to year between social sciences and humanities. The Handbook annotates works on Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and the Guianas, Spanish South America, and Brazil, as well as materials covering Latin America as a whole. Most of the subsections are preceded by introductory essays that serve as biannual evaluations of the literature and research under way in specialized areas. The Handbook of Latin American Studies is the oldest continuing reference work in the field. Lawrence Boudon, of the Library of Congress Hispanic Division, has been the editor since 2000, and Katherine D. McCann has been assistant editor since 1999. The subject categories for Volume 61 are as follows: AnthropologyEconomicsGeographyGovernment and PoliticsPolitical EconomyInternational RelationsSociology

Music and Revolution

Cultural Change in Socialist Cuba Robin D. Moore, Robin Moore. Sánchez, Marucha. 1979. ... Problemática organológica cubana: Critica a la sistemática de los instrumentos musicales. ... Cuba: Dos siglos de musica.

Music and Revolution

Annotation A history of Cuban music during the Castro regime (1950s to the present.

Cuba

Music in Cuba. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. Carrió, Raquel. 1992. Revista Tablas #4, Havana. ... FBIS report, June 30. http://lanic.utexas.edu/la/cb/cuba/castro/1961/19610630. ... Entre dos siglos. Havana: Inter Press ...

Cuba

Written by some of the best-known independent scholars, citizen journalists, cyber-activists, and bloggers living in Cuba today, this book presents a critical, complete, and unbiased overview of contemporary Cuba. • Pays special attention to the opportunities, limitations, and challenges presented by the leadership of Raul Castro and his reforms • Provides an accurate, insider's perspective into contemporary Cuba supplied by Cubans who currently live and work on the island, in stark contrast with most accounts that are filtered through the lens of an outside observer • Supplies readers with a critical, comprehensive review of Cuban history, economics, politics, culture, and society that places current developments in historical context • Includes a glossary, an appendix of up-to-date statistical information, dozens of sidebars on a variety of important and unusual topics, and an annotated bibliography