“Caballería de 1960” and “Orilla II” represent two contrasting views on the Cuban Revolution. These images also attest to the fact that this historical event is ever changing, and
continues to be a source of fascination and debate. This research seminar includes an optional research trip to Cuba which provides an opportunity to focus on the historical developments that have shaped contemporary Cuba and develop an appreciation of the multiple cultural expressions of contemporary Cuba. The class is limited to 15 participants. An interview with the instructors is required to participate. Travel dates will be March 12 to 21, 2020. There is a required program fee.
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