University of Buckingham seminar series to highlight Cuban research

The Humanities Research Institute at the University of Buckingham is hosting a series of seminars by IISC scholars this autumn and winter.

The first is by Dr Stephen Wilkinson, on 28 October entitled: ‘A Tale of Two Nationalisms: Slave revolts, republicanism and the origins of “raceless” Cuban identity’.

5pm Wednesday 28 October.

Venue: Seminar Room, Humanities Research Institute
Series: Seminar in Cuban and Central American Studies
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Other dates in the series:

11th November, 5pm. Professor Patrick Pietroni: ‘Compassion and Cuban Healthcare- the response to Covid 19’

9th Dcember, 5pm. Dr George Lambie: ‘ The New Empire: China’s Belt and Road Initiative’

13th January 2021. 5pm. Professor Al Campbell: ‘The Cuban Economic Model’

10th March 2021. 5pm. Professor Par Kumaraswami:’ Research in and on the Periphery of the Periphery: A noctunral map of identity and culture in Granma Province Eastern Cuba.’

Full details of these and other seminars in the series here:

Research Seminars in the Humanities, Buckingham