Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute

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Cuban Studies Bibliography

The Humanities

  • The Aesthetics of Cuban Cinema: The Emancipatory Role of the Arts In The Cuban Social Whole (Marxism). Oscar Enrique Quiros. Ph.D., 1993: University of Kansas.
  • Afro-Cuban Religious Transformation: A Comparative Study Of Lucumi Religion And The Tradition Of Lucumi Religion And The Tradition Of Spirit Belief. Beatriz Morales. Ph.D., 1990: City University of New York.
  • Anatomía del proceso folklórico: The “Folkloricazation” of Afro-Cuban Religious Performance in Cuba. Katherine Johanna Hagedorn. Ph.D., 1995: Brown University.
  • Arsenio Rodriguez: A Black Cuban Musician in the Dance Music Milieus of Havana, New York City, and Los Angeles (California). Garcia, David Fernando. Ph.D., 2003: City University Of New York.
  • Asho Orisha (Clothing Of The Orisha): Material Culture As Religious Expression In Santeria. Clark, Mary Ann. Ph.D., 1999: Rice University.
  • Belief and Power in Contemporary Cuba: The Dialogue Between Santeria Practitioners and Revolutionary Leaders. Ivor Lynn Miller. Ph.D., 1995: Northwestern University.
  • The Braids of the Virgin: Taino Roots of the Early Cult of La Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre in Cuba. Poviones-Bishop, Maria del Pilar. M.A., 2002: Florida International University.
  • A Cuban Convent in The Age of Enlightened Reform: The Observant Franciscan Community of Santa Clara of Havana, 1768-1808. Clune, John James, Jr. Ph.D., 1997: Louisiana State University And Agricultural & Mechanical College.
  • La cultura contestataria en Cuba revolucionaria: cuento y cine (1959-1993). Jose Bernardo Alvarez, IV. Ph.D., 1996: Arizona State University.
  • Cultural Change in Postrevolutionary Cuba. Julie Marie Bunck. Ph.D., 1988: University of Virginia.
  • Culture and Economy in Cuba’s Transition: An Anthropological Perspective. Bretches, Dale Allen. Ph.D., 2000: University Of California, San Diego.
  • Daniel James: A Cold War Correspondent in Latin America (Cuba). Albert Arthur Ortiz. Ph.D., 1988: Washington State University.
  • Digital Dilemma: New Media Relations in Contemporary Cuba. Venegas, Cristina M. Ph.D., 2000: University Of Southern California.
  • La doble magia: teatro y religión en Cuba en el siglo XX. Luis Linares-Ocanto. Ph.D., 1997: University of Iowa.
  • Evolution of Cultural Policy in Cuba: From the Fall of Batista to the Padilla Case. Roger Alan Reed. Ph.D., 1989: Universite de Geneve (Switzerland).
  • Ethnography of Rumba: Dance and Social Change in Contemporary Cuba. Yvonne Laverne Payne Daniel. Ph.D., 1989: University of California, Berkeley.
  • Ethno-Aesthetic Description and Political Interpretation of Selected Spanish Caribbean Prints from 1950 to 1980. Collazo-Matos, Aristides. Ph.D., 1997: New York University.
  • Film and Ideology: History, Realism and Genre Expectations. John David Hess. Ph.D., 1991: Indiana University.
  • Framing of Hegemonic Ideology: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of News as Discourse (Korea, Cuba, United States, KAL-007). Yon-Jong Kim. Ph.D., 1992: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
  • Four French Travelers Converge on Cuba: Testimonials, Authorship and Conceptualization of Otherness (Etienne Michel Masse, Ernest Duvergier De Hauranne, Jean-Jacques Ampere, Adolphe Granier De Cassagnac). Joseph, Yvon. Ph.D., 2004: City University Of New York.
  • From Varela to Marti: Four Nineteenth Century Cuban Emigré Newspapers. Eileen Marie McGovern. Ph.D., 1990: Temple University.
  • Fundación de una nueva escritura: las crónicas de Jose Martí (Escritura, Modernism, Cuba). Susana R. Rotker. Ph.D., 1989: University of Maryland, College Park.
  • ‘Hasta la victoria siempre’: Birthing Cuban Feminist Theology. Suarez, Margarita Mary Wenceslaa. Ph.D., 2002: Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary With Northwestern University.
  • Influencia de los Estado Unidos en el pensamiento de Jose Martí. Isabel Rodriguez Perez. M.A., 1990: McGill University (Canada).
  • Iyesa: Afro-Cuban Music and Culture in Contemporary Cuba. Delgado, Kevin Miguel. Ph.D., 2001: University Of California, Los Angeles.
  • Literacy and Ideology in Cuba’s Special Period. Vocke, Karen Shaffer. Ph.D., 2001: The University Of Toledo.
  • Making Popular Music in Cuba: A Study of the Cuban Institutions of Musical Production and the Musical Life of Santiago de Cuba. James Lawrence Robbins. Ph.D., 1990: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • Myth and Rationality: Imagining the Socialist Nation in Post-Revolutionary Cuban and Hungarian Literary and Filmic Narratives. Patricia Denice Fox. Ph.D., 1996: Stanford University.
  • Negotiating Africanness in National Identity: Studies in Brazilian and Cuban Cinema. de Lourenco, Cileine Isabel. Ph.D., 1998: The Ohio State University.
  • The Origin, Development and Processes of Teatro Escambray in Cuba, 1968-1985 (Collective Living). Alma Villegas. Ph.D., 1994: New York University.
  • Planning for Sustainable Tourism in Old Havana, Cuba. Rohr, Elizabeth Ann. M.A., 1997: Carleton University (Canada).
  • Practicing Santeria, Performing the Self: The Social Construction of Subjectivity in Humans and Gods in an Afro-Cuban Religion. Mason, Michael Atwood. Ph.D., 1997: Indiana University.
  • Race, Gender, And Humanism In Cuba’s Socialist Theater. Toni Trives. Ph.D., 1990: University of California, Los Angeles.
  • Radio Taíno and the Globalization of the Cuban Culture Industries. Hernandez-Reguant, Ariana. Ph.D., 2002: The University Of Chicago.
  • Reinventing the Revolution: Artistic Public Spheres and the State in Contemporary Cuba. Fernandes, Sujatha. Ph.D., 2003: The University Of Chicago.
  • Re-Viewing the Tropical Paradise: Afro-Caribbean Women Filmmakers. Ebrahim, Haseenah. Ph.D., 1998: Northwestern University.
  • Sect and Party: Religion Under Revolution in Cuba (Seventh-Day Adventist Church). Caleb Rosado. Ph.D., 1985: Northwestern University.
  • The Sense of Universality in Contemporary Latin American Drama (Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Cuba, Brazil). Carlos Sanchez Delgado. M.A., 1986: California State University, Fullerton.
  • The Trade of an Afro-Cuban Religious Drummer: Felipe Garcia Villamil. Teresa Maria Velez. Ph.D., 1996: Wesleyan University.
  • Towards a “Third” and “Imperfect” Cinema: A Theoretical and Historical Study of Filmmaking in Latin America. Ana M. López. Ph.D., 1986: The University of Iowa.
  • The Unbaptized Earth: Ana Mendieta and the Performance of Exile (Earthworks). Jane Marie Blocker. Ph.D., 1994: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • Viewing Political Selves in Film: A Comparative Reception Study of Cuban Films in Cuba and the United States. Amaya, Hector. Ph.D., 2003: The University Of Texas At Austin.
  • Wifredo Lam and the International Avant-Garde, 1947-1982. Lowery Stokes Sims. Ph.D., 1995: City University of New York.
  • Whatever Happened to the Jesuit Church of Old Havana? (Cuba). Werry, Stephen D. M.A., 2000: Concordia University (Canada), 2000.

The Social Sciences

  • Alliance Politics in Escalating Conflict: The Soviet Union and Cuba in Angola, 1974-1991. Scott Christopher Monje. Ph.D., 1995: Columbia University.
  • Anatomy Of A Failed Embargo: The Case Of The United States Sanctions Against Cuba. Donna Rich Kaploqitz. Ph.D., 1995: The Johns Hopkins University.
  • ‘And Your Grandmother? Where Is She?’: Reproducing Family, Race, And Nation In Cuba. Morrison, Karen Yvette. PhD, 2003: University Of Florida.
  • Architects Of Intervention: The United States, The Third World, And The Cold War, 1946-1961. Zachary Karabell. Ph.D., 1996: Harvard University.
  • The Bear In The Back Yard: Soviet Strategic Policy Toward The Caribbean, 1920 To 1986. Timothy Francis Ashby. Ph.D., 1986: University of Southern California.
  • A Case Study of U.S. Foreign Policy: The Carter Administration and Angola. George Vandergriff Wright. Ph.D., 1987: University of Leeds (United Kingdom).
  • Changing Policies and Learning Lessons: Peasants, the State, and Cuban Socialism, 1959-1993. Jennifer J. Dugan Abbassi. Ph.D., 1994: University of California, Riverside.
  • Chinese, Cuban, and Iranian Non-Alignment Strategies in a Comparative Perspective. Houman Ahmad Sadri. Ph.D., 1993: University of Virginia.
  • A Comparison of HIV Programs in Cuba and the United States. Ingrid Lissette Sanchez. M.S.W., 1996: California State University, Long Beach.
  • Conceptualizations of Factors Influencing Career Choices of Cuban Youth During Times of Economic Instability. Kaye, Merianne Davis. Ph.D., 2002: The University Of Connecticut.
  • Counterpoints: Black Masculinities, Sexuality, and Self-Making in Contemporary Cuba. Allen, Jafari Sinclaire. Ph.D., 2003: Columbia University.
  • Creating Paradise: The Cuban-American Struggle for Control of Cuba’s Economic Development, 1944-1952. Javier Figueroa. Ph.D., 1988: The University of Connecticut.
  • Crisis Politics: The Carter Administration and Soviet Troops in Cuba, 1979 (Foreign Policy). Gloria Charmian Duffy. Ph.D., 1991: Columbia University.
  • Cuba and the Grenada Revolution: The Impact and Limits of Cuban International Aid Programs (Volumes I and II). John Walton Cotman. Ph.D., 1992: Boston University.
  • Cuba in a Changing World. Leroy A. Binns. Ph.D., 1994: The Union Institute.
  • Cuba: Soviet Surrogate or Maverick Ally? Peter John Shearman. Ph.D., 1987: University of Kansas.
  • The Cuban Insurrection Declassified: Strategy and Politics in Fidel Castro’s 26th of July Movement, 1957-1959. Sweig, Julia Ellen. Ph.D., 1999: The Johns Hopkins University.
  • Cuban-Mexican Relations During The Castro Era: A Historical Analysis. Adolfo Leyva de Varona. Ph.D., 1994: University of Miami.
  • The Cuban Municipal Assembly: Local Representative Government Under Socialism. Peter Abe Roman. Ph.D., 1994: Princeton University.
  • Cuban Policy in Africa: The Limits of the Proxy Model (Angola, Ethiopia). Maqsud Ulhasan Nuri. Ph.D., 1990: University of South Carolina.
  • Cuban Youth and Revolutionary Values: Allá en la lucha. Blum, Denise Frances. Ph.D., 2002: The University Of Texas At Austin.
  • Culture and Economy in Cuba’s Transition: An Anthropological Perspective. Bretches, Dale Allen. Ph.D., 2000: University Of California, San Diego.
  • Daniel James: A Cold War Correspondent in Latin America (Cuba). Albert Arthur Ortiz. Ph.D., 1988: Washington State University.
  • El delito de sustracción de cosa propia de utilidad social a su específica destinación socioeconómica; The Crime of Deprivation of Property of Social Quality from its Specific Socioeconomic Destination. Blanca Celia Suay Hernandez. J.D., 1989: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain).
  • Dependency, Development and Underdevelopment: A Study of the Economic and Political Relations Involving the United States, The Soviet Union and Cuba. Patricia Ruffin. Ph.D., 1986: New School for Social Research.
  • Dependent Revolution: The United States and Radical Change in Bolivia and Cuba (Intervention, Foreign Policy). Jennifer Leigh Bailey. Ph.D., 1990: University of Denver.
  • Difficulties Faced by the Socialist LDC with High Commodity Concentration and Export Revenue Instability: A Case Study from Cuba. Glenna Lynn Sumner. Ph.D., 1993: The University of Oklahoma.
  • The Dynamics of Cuban Housing Policy. Jill Mae Hamberg. Ph.D., 1994: Columbia University.
  • The Dynamics of Latin American Insurgencies: 1956-1986 (Venezuela, Peru, Cuba, El Salvador). Jeffrey John Ryan. Ph.D., 1989: Rice University.
  • Economic Independence: Concepts and Strategies, A Theoretical Investigation and an Empirical Case Study. Eqbal Al-Rahmani. Ph.D., 1988: University of New Hampshire.
  • Elements of Decision-Making During the 1961 Bay of Pigs Action (Cuba, Kennedy). Edwin Earl Anderson, Jr. M.A., 1989: San Jose State University.
  • Explaining the Hostility of Third World Revolutionary States Toward the United States: The Cases of Cuba, Iran, and Nicaragua. Robert S. Snyder, Jr. Ph.D., 1993: The University of Michigan.
  • External Influence and Basic Needs Performance: A Comparison of Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Lynn Williams Whitlock. Ph.D., 1996: University of Georgia.
  • The Flight from Never-Never Land: A History of Operation Pedro Pan and the Cuban Children’s Program. Victor Andres Triay. Ph.D., 1995: The Florida State University.
  • From Capitalism to Socialism: The Character and the Extent Of Cuba’s Economic and Political Dependency on the United States and on the Soviet Union, 1900-1980. Jean Landri Leroy. Ph.D., 1985: University of Pennsylvania.
  • From Social Movement to State in Cuba, 1952-1966. Linger, Eloise. Ph.D., 1999: New School For Social Research.
  • From Varela to Martí: Four Nineteenth Century Cuban Emigré Newspapers. Eileen Marie McGovern. Ph.D., 1990: Temple University.
  • Fundación de una nueva escritura: las crónicas de Jose Martí (Escritura, Modernism, Cuba). Susana R. Rotker. Ph.D., 1989: University of Maryland, College Park.
  • Gender, Race, and Class in Urban Trinidad: Representations in the Construction and Maintenance of the Gender Order, 1950-1980. Pasley, Victoria Mary. Ph.D., 1999: University Of Houston.
  • Global Change and Paradigm Crisis: The Renovation of Left Discourse in Cuba and Mexico. Edward Joseph Mccaughan. Ph.D., 1995: University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • Guantanamo Bay: The United States Naval Base and its Relationship with Cuba. Mary Ellene Chenevey McCoy. Ph.D., 1995: The University of Akron.
  • High Physical Life Quality in Poor Countries: The Cases of Cuba and Jamaica. Kathy B. Harris. D.P.A., 1986: University of Georgia.
  • History Missing: Cuba, the New Left and the Origins of Latin American Solidarity in the United States, 1955-1963. Van E. Gosse. Ph.D., 1992: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
  • Initial American Responses to Fidel Castro, 1957-1959 (Castro Fidel, Cuba, Media). David Robert Jenkins. Ph.D., 1992: The University of Texas at Austin.
  • An Inquiry into Political Repression: Revolutionary Cuba and Nicaragua As Comparative Cases. Kathleen A Mahoney-Norris. Ph.D., 1996: University of Denver.
  • The Iron Fist and the Invisible Hand: A Case Study in the Economics of Totalitarianism (Cuba). Shiffman, Gary Mark. Ph.D., 2002: George Mason University.
  • Issues in the Study of Afro-Creoles: Afro-Cuban and Gullah. Tometro Hopkins. Ph.D., 1992: Indiana University.
  • Jose Martí: su concepto de la clase obrera. Juan Eugenio Mestas. Ph.D., 1985: State University of New York at Stony Brook.
  • Literacy Initiatives in National Development: A Critical Analysis. Mariama Sarr Ceesay. Ph.D., 1987: University of Missouri, Columbia.
  • *Lands of Rebellion: Oriente and Escambray Encountering Cuban State Formation, 1934–1974 / Swanger, Joanna Beth. Ph.D., 1999: The University Of Texas At Austin.
  • Mass Migration, Nonviolent Social Action, and the Cuban Raft Exodus, 1959-1994: An Analysis of Citizen Motivation and International Politics. Holly Ackerman. Ph.D., 1996: University of Miami.
  • A Matter of Perspective: United States Policy Toward the Caribbean Basin During the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations,1961-1965. John Daniel Coats. Ph.D., 1995: Texas A&M University.
  • Mexican Foreign Policy Toward Cuba and its Impact on U.S.-Mexican Relations, 1970-1982 (United States). Raymond J. Graves. Ph.D., 1985: University of Miami.
  • Nationalism, Revolution and Narcotics Trafficking in Latin America (Colombia, Peru, Cuba). John Michael Robertson. Ph.D., 1993: University of Virginia.
  • On The Pursuit of a Nuclear Development Capability: The Case of the Cuban Nuclear Program. Benjamin-Alvarado, Jonathan Calvert. Ph.D., 1998: University Of Georgia.
  • Once Upon a Revolution: Women Coming of Age and Growing Older in Castro’s Cuba. Alonso, Araceli. Ph.D., 2002: The University Of Wisconsin — Madison.
  • ‘‘Orunile,’ Heaven is Home:’ Afrolatino Diasporas in Africa and the Americas (Nigeria, Cuba, Brazil). Otero, Solimar. Ph.D., 2002: University Of Pennsylvania.
  • People Pressure: Strategic Engineered Migration as an Instrument of Statecraft and the Rise of the Human Rights Regime (Cuba, Haiti, Korea, Serbia). Greenhill, Kelly M. Ph.D., 2004: Massachusetts Institute Of Technology.
  • Perestroika and the Politics of the Revolutionary Left in Latin America (Cuba, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Soviet Union, Communism). Stephen Raymond Pelletier. Ph.D., 1991: University of Massachusetts.
  • Planning For Sustainable Tourism in Old Havana, Cuba. Rohr, Elizabeth Ann. M.A., 1997: Carleton University (Canada)
  • The Political Dynamics of the Cuban Migration to the United States, 1959-1980 (Refugees, Mariel, Camarioca, Revolution). Felix Roberto Masud-Piloto. Ph.D., 1985: The Florida State University.
  • The Political Economy of Economic and Food Policy Reform in the Third World Social Countries (Economic Reform, Mozambique, Cuba, Vietnam, Nicaragua). Peter Utting. Ph.D., 1990: University of Essex (United Kingdom).
  • Political-Military Relations Under a Revolutionary Regime: The Case of Cuba. Walker, Phyllis Greene. Ph.D., 1998: Georgetown University.
  • Political Transitions and the Uses of Public Education: Universal Schooling in Cuba and Peru. Laymon, Steven E. Ph.D., 1999: The University Of Chicago.
  • Playing Hardball: Constructions of Cuban Identity. Carter, Thomas F. Ph.D., 2000: The University Of New Mexico.
  • Politics and Conciencia in Revolutionary Cuba, 1959-1984 (Communist Party, Caribbean, Trade Unions, Working Class, Socialism). Marifeli Perez-Stable. Ph.D., 1985: State University of New York at Stony Brook.
  • Politics and Paradox in the Liberalization of a Command Economy: The Case of Cuba’s Free Peasant Markets, 1980-1986. Jonathan Rosenberg. Ph.D., 1992: University of Californai, Los Angeles.
  • Politics and Social Structure in Revolutionary Cuba: From the Demise of the Old Middle Class to the Rise of the New Professionals (Education, Interest Groups, Institutions, Workers, Economics). Frank Thomas Fitzgerald. Ph. D., 1985: State Univesity of New York at Binghampton.
  • Politics, Games and Culture: A Game-Theoretic Analysis of Politcal Mobilization by Revolutionary Elites in Iran, Kampuchea, and Cuba. Gregory Frank Rose. Ph.D., 1987: The University of Texas at Austin.
  • The Politics of Transition to Socialism in Cuba and North Korea. Hyuk-Bum Kwon. Ph.D., 1990: University of Massachusetts.
  • The Politics of Workers’ Control in Cuba, 1959-1983: The Work Center and the National Arena. Linda Olsen Fuller. Ph.D., 1985: University of California, Berkeley.
  • Presidential Television in the Reagan Era: Network Coverage of Cuba’s Role in the Central American Conflict, 1981-1984 (Television). Alicia Maria Torres. Ph.D., 1989: The University of Texas at Austin.
  • Problems of Rural Change in Latin America: A Comparative View (Cuba, Caribbean). Sonia Shura Diaz-Garcia. Ph.D., 1991: University of California, Berkeley.
  • The Psychoanalytics of Oppression: The Colonizer and the Colonized in Three Antislavery Works of Cuba. Gregg Owen Courtad. Ph.D., 1996: University of Cincinnati.
  • Race and the Cuban Revolution: The Impact of Cuba’s Intervention in Angola. Adams, Henley Christopher. Ph.D., 1999: The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill.
  • Radio Martí: A Study of U.S. International Broadcasting Policy and Government Speech in the Marketplace of Ideas (Cuba, United States). Timothy A. Gallimore. Ph.D., 1992: Indiana University.
  • The Race Question: Racial Hierarchy and the State in Post-Revolutionary Cuba. Sawyer, Mark Q. Ph.D., 1999: The University Of Chicago.
  • Regime Crisis and the Reconstitution of Civil Society: Cuba in Comparative Perspective. Espinosa, Juan Carlos. Ph.D., 2001: University Of Miami.
  • Producing the Nation: Mothering And Making Ends Meet In Cuba. Burwell, Rebecca Christine. Ph.D., 2004: Loyola University Of Chicago.
  • The Revolution Question: Feminism in Cuba, Chile, and El Salvador Compared (1952-1999). Shayne, Julia Denise. Ph.D., 2000: University Of California, Santa Barbara.
  • The Rhetorical Uses of the Authorizing Figure: Fidel Castro and Jose Marti (Cuba). Donald Everett Rice. Ph.D., 1990: The University of Iowa.
  • The Role of Extension in the Cuban Agricultural Knowledge and Information System: The Case of Havana City Province. Carrasco, Eva Alejandrina. Ph.D., 2001: Iowa State University.
  • Sanctions and Reinforcement in Strategic Relationships: Carrots and Sticks, Compellence and Deterrence. Amini, Gitty Madeline Ph.D., 2001: University Of California, Los Angeles.
  • Sequence in Revolution: A Preliminary Test of Classic and Modern Theory (Stages). Carolyn Hatch Myers. Ph.D., 1985: University of Kansas.
  • Sexual Behavior of Adolnescents in Two Caribbean States: Cuba and Jamaica. Stallworth, JoAna Magdalena Dodson. Ph.D., 2002: The University Of Alabama At Birmingham.
  • Socioeconomic Models and the Impacts of a Small Socialist Economy on an Industrialized Society: The Cases of Cuba and the U.S.S.R. in Historical Perspective (Soviet Union, International Trade). Pedro Fernando Pellet. Ph.D., 1986: University of Miami.
  • Soviet-Latin American Studies from the Cuban Revolution to the “New Thinking”, 1961-1991. Margarita Mercedes Balmaceda. Ph.D., 1996: Princeton University.
  • The State and Revolution in Cuba, 1920-1940: From Oligarchic Rule to Populism. Robert Walker Whitney. Ph.D., 1997: Queen’s University at Kingston (Canada).
  • The State, Bureaucracy, and Politics: Administrative Reform in Cuba. Sheryl Lea Lutjens. Ph.D., 1987: University of California, Berkeley.
  • The Social Impact of Tourism: Considerations of the Cuban Case. Kozak, Kim Eleanor. MA, 2003: Dalhousie University (Canada).
  • This is not Cuba: Representing Castro in the United States. Bernell, David Allen. Ph.D., 1998: The Johns Hopkins University.
  • Toward a Theory of Postrevolutionary Social Change: A Six Nation Comparative Study (Algeria, Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Haiti, Sudan). M. T. Naimi. Ph.D., 1985: Washington State University.
  • Towards a Sociological Understanding of Human Rights Abuse. The Intersection of International Pressure and Internal Politics: Human Rights Abuse Patterns in Cuba, El Salvador And Nicaragua. Gomez, Mayra. Ph.D., 2001: University Of Minnesota.
  • Transition or Survival? An Analysis off Cuba’s Post-Soviet Economic Reforms. Gonzalez-Corzo, Mario A. Ph.D., 2003: Rutgers The State University Of New Jersey — Newark.
  • Understanding Effective Political Leadership in the Third World-an Alternative Approach: The Cases of Fidel Castro and Indira Gandhi. Festus Brotherson, Jr. Ph.D., 1985: University of California, Los Angeles.
  • The United States Confronts Change in Latin America (Policy, Third World, Dominican Republic, Chile, Cuba, Grenada, Nicaragua, El Salvador). David T. Jervis. Ph.D., 1985: Temple University.
  • United States Counterinsurgency Policy in Latin America: Its Origins, Methods And Effects (Cuba, Dominican Republic, Chile). Geraldine Mazzie Griffin. M.A., 1986: Southern Connecticut State University.
  • U.S. Foreign Policy and Authoritarian Third World Regimes: A Pattern and a Case Study (United States, Cuba, Iran, Ethiopia). Osita George Afoaku. Ph.D., 1991: Washington State University.
  • United States Foreign Policy Towards Cuba and Prospects for Democratisation. Paul Long. M.A, 1995: McGill University (Canada).
  • Voices from the Distance: Radio Marti and the (Pen)Insular Construction of Cuban Identity. Diana Saco. M.A., 1992: Florida Atlantic University.
  • Women and Power Structures in Cuba and Nicaragua. Kelly Saxberg. M.A., 1989: The University of Manitoba (Canada).
  • Women in Development: A Study of Access to Education and Work in Tanzania and Cuba, 1960-1980. Sandra Carter Jackson. Ph.D., 1987: University of California, Berkeley.
  • World System and Export Economies: A Comparative Analysis of Cuba and Taiwan (China). Manjur E. Karim. Ph.D., 1990: Kansas State University.

Healthcare and the Sciences

  • An Analysis of the Clinical Outcome of a Cohort of Mentally Ill Cuban Entrants from the Mariel Boatlift of 1980 (Refugees). Thomas Howard Bornemann. Ed.D., 1988: University of San Francisco.
  • Caring for Them from Birth to Death: The Ethics, Ideologies, Values, and Practices Of Cuban Medicine. Perez, Christina. Ph.D., 2004: Loyola University Of Chicago.
  • Contrasting Two Comparative Environmental Risk Assessments of Cuba Before and During the Special Period. Maal-Bared, Rasha. M.Sc., 2000: Dalhousie University (Canada).
  • Demography of Cuban Bird Communities in the Nonbreeding Season: Effects of Forest Type, Resources, and Hurricane. Wallace, George E. Ph.D., 1998: University Of Missouri — Columbia.
  • The Fisheries of the Cuban Insular Shelf: Culture, History, and Revolutionary Performance. Ian Thomas Joyce. Ph.D., 1996: Simon Fraser University (Canada).
  • The Ideological Determinants of Mental Health Programs and Practices: The Case of Cuba. Daniel Gonzalez-Dobles. Ph.D., 1989: University of South Carolina.
  • Mapping Disease and Desire: Gender and Perception of HIV Risk at the Turn of the Millennium in Havana, Cuba (Immune Deficiency). Pope, Cynthia Kay. Ph.D., 2003: The University Of Arizona.
  • Medicine in the Special Period: Treatment-Seeking Behaviours in Post-Soviet Cuba. Spack, Tracey Lee. Ph.D., 2001: University Of Alberta (Canada).
  • Only Ninety Miles Away: A Narrative History of the Cuban Missile Crisis (Kennedy Administration, Cold War). Robert Anthony Waters, Jr. Ph.D., 1994: The University of Mississippi.
  • People and Forests in Development: Perspectives from Cuba. Gina M.L. Lahaye. M.A., 1996: Saint Mary’s University (Canada).
  • Primary Health Care and Planning in Cuba and Costa Rica. Priscilla Rivas. Ph.D., 1988: Cornell University.
  • Property Regimes, Technology, and Environmental Degradation in Cuban Agriculture (Farms, Cooperatives). Hector R. Saez. Ph.D., 1997: University of Massachusetts.
  • Risk Factors for Dengue Infection During the 1997 Cuban Epidemic. Duran Garcia, Rosa Margarita. Ph.D., 2002: The Johns Hopkins University.
  • Socialism, Health and Medicine in Cuba: A Critical Re-Appraisal. Crabb, Mary Katherine. Ph.D., 2001: Emory University.
  • Sustainable Agriculture in Guatemala and Cuba: A Theory of Agenda-Setting in Development Policy. Pamela Jean Stricker. Ph.D., 1996: University of California, Riverside.
  • Symbolic Politics and Health Policy: Cuba as a “World Medical Power”. Julie Margot Feinsilver. Ph.D., 1989: Yale University.

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