After 1959, Cuba became either a symbol of popular resistance or totalitarian governance. Unfortunately, in the process Cubans became extricated from their own complex history. We examine Cuba’s multiple revolutions during the 19th and 20th centuries to illuminate the global and muddied histories of Modernity.
Ileana María Rodríguez-Silva is Associate Professor of History.
Admission: $5–$15 (Individual lecture); $20–$55 (series pass). You can buy individual lecture tickets on the History Lecture Series registration page.