The Cuban Research Institute, the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, and the Libraries at Florida International University are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Díaz-Ayala Library Travel Grant competition. The awards are offered in honor of Cristóbal Díaz-Ayala, the prominent music collector and independent scholar.
Excellent coverage in the Miami Herald about the 2017 Hemispheric Conference hosted by the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy and the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center. Congratulations to the team on a wonderful and timely event, attended by leading experts from around the Hemisphere.
China Walker, a recent graduate of the Green School's master's in Disaster Management Program, recently interned with the Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management, where she conducted research into best practices, participated in regional training and worked on preparedness briefings with local elected officials, partner agencies and vendors.
Despite Puerto Rico's ongoing colonial dilemma, Jorge Duany argues that Puerto Ricans display a strong national identity as a Spanish-speaking, Afro-Hispanic-Caribbean nation. In this book, Duany takes on the task of educating readers on the most important facets of the unique, troubled, but much beloved "Isla del Encanto."
Join the Jain Studies Program for its Seventh Annual Mahavir Jayanti Lecture.
Colombian Ambassador Juan Carlos Pinzon will discuss the transformation that has taken place in Colombia and the challenges of implementing the Peace Process and sustaining economic growth.
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