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"Obama's Cuba Policy: The TOP SECRET History Behind the Historic Breakthrough in U.S.-Cuban Relations." A Talk by Peter Kornbluh
Please join us on Wednesday 2/4 for "Obama's Cuba Policy: The TOP SECRET History Behind the Historic Breakthrough in U.S.-Cuban Relations," a talk by Peter Kornbluh. This talk is co-sponsored by the Security Seminar Series at the Watson Institute for International Studies and is part of the CLACS Counterpoints: Cuba in Transition Series. The talk will be held on Wednesday, February 4 in Joukowsky Forum at 12 noon. Lunch will be provided.
Cuban Film Screenings
Join us on Monday, 2/2 for three film screenings as part of our Cuban Film Series. The screenings will be held in Joukowsky Forum, Watson Institute from 7:30-10:00 PM. We hope to see you there!
Decolonization in Pluri-National Bolivia
Please join us Monday, 3/9 for "Decolonization in Pluri-National Bolivia," a talk by Nancy Postero (UC San Diego), to be held in the Watson Institute Joukowsky Forum at 4 PM. This talk is part of the Andean Lecture Series.
Mark your calendars on February 4th and 5th for an exciting two days of literature, music, social and cultural analysis as part of the Cuba in Splinters event series hosted by the Literary Arts Department and co-sponsored by CLACS. All events will be held in McCormack Family Theater, 70 Brown Street, Providence.
Please find the schedule of events here: http://www.brown.edu/academics/literary-arts/cuba-splinters
Please join us for a talk by Peter Kornbluh as part of the Counterpoints: Cuba in Transition Series. The talk will be held on Wednesday, February 4 in Joukowsky Forum at 12 noon. Lunch will be provided.
Peter Kornbluh, a senior analyst at the National Security Archive, currently directs the Archive’s Cuba and Chile Documentation Projects. His most recent book is Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations between Washington and Havana (UNC Press, 2014).
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Brown University announces that applications are being accepted for the Honorable Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Fellowship for Visiting Scholars and the Craig M. Cogut Visiting Professorship in Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
CLACS is proud to present a film series entitled A "Dolly Back" through Cuban Film: 50 Years of ICAIC, curated by Luciano Castillo, Cinemateca de Cuba. Click on the title above for more information.
An exhibition of photographs by acclaimed Cuban writer and photographer Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo, shown on the third floor of the Watson Institute from Wednesday, 10/22 - Friday, 1/30/15.