“The Cuban Transition: Imagined and Actual”
October 7, 2009
A talk by Rafael Hernández, editor of Temas, the leading Cuban magazine in the social sciences and the humanities.
Rafael Hernández, one of the most visible intellectuals living and writing in Cuba today, addresses Cuba's unique social diversity and the emergence of growing inequality that accompanied and has followed the crisis of the 1990s.
Rafael Hernández is the editor of Temas, the leading Cuban magazine in the social sciences and the humanities, which is renowned for its contribution to intellectual controversy on the island. He is a senior research fellow at the Centro de Investigación de la Cultura Cubana Juan Marinello in Havana and is the author or editor of several books, including Cuba and the Caribbean and United States-Cuban Relations in the Nineties.
Sponsored by the University of Chicago Center for Latin American Studies.