Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute

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Cuban Studies Bibliography

  • Caribbean Influences on Early New Orleans Jazz. Pamela J. Smith. M.A., 1986: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434 .T913 1986 vol.25
  • Cognitive Complexity and Adaptation to Socio Cultural Change: The Case of the Cuban Refugees in New Orleans. David Williamson. Ph.D., 1973: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434 .T915 1973wi
  • Condemned to Informality: Cuba’s Experiments with Self-Employment During the Special Period. Henken, Theodore Aloysius, Ph.D., 2002: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD 5434 .T915 2002henk
  • Cuba in 1959: News Coverage and Editorial Attitude in the New Orleans Times Picayune. Catherine Rachel Bear. B.A., 1970: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434 .T911 1970be
  • Cuban Dependency on the USSR. Steven John Simerlein. B.A., 1983: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434.T911 1983si
    2d copy: H-T Stacks LD5434.T911 1983si
  • Cuban Foreign Policy: Between Autonomy and Subordination. Carlos Alberto Guagliano Waldegaray. M.A., 1990: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD 5434 .T913 1990 vol.4
  • A Description and Analysis of the Cuba Missile Crisis. Steven Bruce Feder. B.A., 1971: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434 .T911 1971fe
  • Diplomatic Career of Pierre Soule. Joseph Alfred Reinecke. M.A., 1914: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: TT 1914v.2
  • El Grupo Orígenes y la eticidad cubana: recuento de un proceso. Jesus J. Barquet. Ph.D., 1990: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD 5434 .T915 1990bc
  • The Impact of the Cuban Revolution on the Political Status of Puerto Rico, 1959 1980. Ana Mercedes R. Ward. Ph.D., 1981: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434 .T915 1981wc
  • The Kennedy Administration and Two Foreign Policy Crises: The Berlin Wall and the Cuban Missiles. Robert Lee.Vining. B.A., 1970: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434 .T911 1970vi
    2d copy: H-T Stacks: LD5434 .T911 1970vi
  • The Mechanisms of Forging a National Consciousness: A Comparative Approach to Modern Brazil And Cuba, 1930-1964. Darien J. Davis. Ph.D., 1992: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: [in processing, 12-97; avaailable on request]
  • Patterns of Communist Revolution. Dorothy Williams Dowdy. M.A., 1965: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: TT 1965 v.9
    2d copy: H-T Stacks 378.763 T934z 1965dp
  • The Political Viability of Free Farmers’ Markets in Cuba. Jeffery H. Marshall. M.A., 1996: Tulane University.
    Location: H-T Univ. Arhives: LD 5434 .T913 1996mars
  • Politics of Hostility: U.S. Cuban Relations, 1959 1982. Timothy M. Stater. B.A., 1982: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD5434.T911 1982st
    2d copy: H-T Stacks LD5434.T911 1982st
  • Speech Audiometry for Puerto Rican And Cuban People. Gloria Diana Bueno Fernandez. M.S., 1964: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: TT 1964
  • The Underlying Causes of the Shift in Alignment of the Cuban Government Following the Revolution of 1959. David A. Thaler. B.A., 1990: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD 5434 .T911 1990tg
  • Workers’ Control in Nicaragua and Cuba in the 1990s. Herlihy, Sean. Ph.D., 2003: Tulane University.
    Location: Jones Hall: University Archives: LD 5434 .T915 2003herl

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CIPR talk series Critical Issues in Democratic Governance to host political economist Dr. Katrina Burgess

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Join the Center for Inter-American Policy and Research and the Stone Center for Latin American Studies in welcoming Dr. Katrina Burgess as part of the fall speaker series Critical Issues in Democratic Governance, on Friday, November 16, in 110A Jones Hall. Dr. Burgess will give a talk titled Courting Migrants: How States Make Diasporas and Diasporas Make States.

The event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to cipr@tulane.edu.

Katrina Burgess (Ph.D., Princeton University) is Associate Professor of Political Economy of Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. She is author of Parties and Unions in the New Global Economy, which won the 2006 Outstanding Book Award for the best publication on labor issues granted by the Section on Labor Studies and Class Relations of the Latin American Studies Association, and co-editor with Abraham F. Lowenthal of The California-Mexico Connection. She has also published numerous book chapters, as well as articles in World Politics, Latin American Politics & Society, Studies in Comparative International Development, South European Politics and Society, Comparative Political Studies, Politica y gobierno, and International Studies Review. Dr. Burgess has also served as Assistant Director of the U.S.-Mexico Project at the Overseas Development Council in Washington, D.C. and Associate Director of the California-Mexico Project at USC in Los Angeles.

Patterns of migrant engagement in politics back home cannot be understood without examining the ways in which homeland states reach out to their migrants. Since states engaged in what can be called diaspora-making are unable to deploy many of the tools of rule within their borders, they are especially reliant on the cultivation of loyalty. The agents, motives, and loyalty-cultivation strategies of diaspora-making have important implications for whether homeland parties mobilize voters abroad, as demonstrated by the contrasts between Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

Teaching Cuban Culture & Society: A K-12 Summer Educator Institute in Cuba

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The Stone Center for Latin American Studies and the Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute at Tulane University are proud to announce a two-week summer educator institute exploring the geography, culture and history of Cuba. For an educator, Cuba is rich with lessons to bring into the classroom. This program highlights the important historical and cultural connections between the United States and Cuba. Participants will explore key sites and meet local experts and artists who will provide unique insight for educators who teach such subjects as U.S./Latin American Relations, World Geography, World History, and Spanish among others. Come and visit the site of the historic Bay of Pigs, explore Milton Hershey’s sugar plantation and hear firsthand about the Cuban national literacy campaign from the teachers themselves.

More information coming soon!

Please email crcrts@tulane.edu or call 504.865.5164 for additional details.