Havana Foreign Relations expert spends three days in Buckingham

First Cuban visitor makes huge impact at university

Professor Domínguez (left) meets University of Buckingham Vice Chancellor, Professor James Tooley

The International Institute for the Study of Cuba invited its first visitor to the University of Buckingham in May. Professor Ernesto Domínguez López of the University of Havana spent three days at the University from May 11-14 and made a huge impact. He delivered two lectures to undergraduate and postgraduate students, presented a research seminar of his latest work and presided at four small group tutorials.

He also met the Vice Chancellor, Professor James Tooley, the Director of the Humanities Research Institute, Professor John Adamson, the Director of the Centre for United Nations Studies, Mark Seddon and Professor Julian Richards, the Director of the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies.

Professor Domínguez is a Visiting Professor at the University and an expert on US-Cuba relations. He will be publishing his latest research in the IISC’s journal, The International Journal of Cuban Studies. While visiting the University, Professor Domínguez also presented a seminar online, a recording of which is available on our YouTube Channel HERE.

Professor Domínguez lecturing to undergraduate and postgraduate students at an event organised by Dr Melina Dobson of the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies.