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Cuba, Cubans and Cuban-Americans, 1902-1991

a bibliography

by Jesse J. Dossick

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by North-South Center, University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cuba,
  • Foreign countries,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Cuban Americans -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
    • Cubans -- Foreign countries -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
    • Dissertations, Academic -- United States -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
    • Dissertations, Academic -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
    • Cuba -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJesse J. Dossick.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1511 .D67 1992, F1758 .D67 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination116 p. ;
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1043081M
      ISBN 100935501495
      LC Control Number93241771
      OCLC/WorldCa26376254

        Cubans are well educated, friendly, and have a good sense about themselves. The US embargo against Cuba is one of the dumbest actions any of our presidents have taken against Cuba. Having been a traveler to Cuba, and having traveled throughout mos.   HAVANA, CUBA - AUGUST Cubans pose for photographs on top of the fortifications of El Castillo del Morro, an old Spanish fort at the mouth of Author: Alexis Benveniste.

        A Cuban American In Cuba. But that day never came, so we all became Cuban Americans. according to Cubans I met, my Spanish in Cuba was better than most Americans’. As the days passed, my. But the most shocking act committed by Cuban Americans took place in , when Orlando Bosch and Luis Carriles Posada placed a bomb aboard a Cuban civilian airliner, killing dozens of innocent Author: American Experience.

      Book Review: ReMembering Cuba: Legacy of a Diaspora Andrea O’Reilly Herrera, Editor by Henry Pérez, Ph.D. Professor of Foreign Languages If you are part of the Cuban exodus, like me, this heartfelt book can be very painful to read. It reminds you of what you went through in order to flee Castro’s Cuba and the difficulties. Cuban Americans share many of the core values that are often attributed to Hispanic populations. Each group, however, is distinctive in its history. Cuban Americans have had unique experiences during the past 40 years, and these experiences have affected the way they have adapted and become acculturated to the United States.


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Cuba, Cubans and Cuban-Americans, 1902-1991 by Jesse J. Dossick Download PDF EPUB FB2

Perhaps due to the book being written by Cubans/Cuban-Americans for Cubans/Cuban-Americans is the reason why the book is criticized as weak or too short or depending on other sources, I found the book very informative and while Cuba on sources as most books at least it does not depend on the Regime(or it's apologetics) point of view,It is Balanced,well written and even though the photos /5(9).

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Today more than one million emigrés make up the Cuban diaspora, and many, though living in America, still consider themselves part of Cuba.

This book captures the struggles and dreams of Cuban Americans. Using this resource, students, teachers, and interested readers can examine the engaging and often controversial details of Cuban immigration.

Page - Tbe condition of the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico, is of deeper import, and more immediate bearing upon the present interests, and future prospects of our Union.

The correspondence herewith transmitted, will show how earnestly it has engaged the attention of this Government The invasion of both those islands by the united forces ef Mexico and Colombia, is avowedly among the. Cuban Americans and Miami English Ana Menéndez To prepare for this presentation, I went back over the works of some of the Cuban-American writers whose books I’m happy are on my shelf—Oscar Hijuelos, Achy Obejas, Chantel Acevedo, Cristina García, Jeanine Capó Crucet, Pablo Medina, and Roberto Fernández, to name just a few.

“Many young Cuban Americans, their only knowledge of Cuba is through black and white photos, and stories that have been handed down maybe through one or two generations. Books shelved as cuban-american: Merci Suárez Changes Gears by Meg Medina, Dreaming in Cuban by Cristina García, Sal and Gabi Break the Universe by Carlo.

Since the start of Cuban migration to the United States, Cuban Americans have been greatly concerned with the political status of Cuba and many are committed to Cuba's political transformation. In the United States, they have been staunchly conservative, supporting candidates who have taken a hard line against Cuba.

Today more than one million emigres make up the Cuban diaspora, and many, though living in America, still consider themselves part of Cuba. This book captures the struggles and dreams of Cuban Americans. Using this resource, students, teachers, and interested readers can examine the engaging and often controversial details of Cuban immigration.

Such details include patterns of immigration. The Cuban Americans By Miguel Gonzalez-Pando Greenwood Press, Read preview Overview Questioning the Cuban Exile Model: Race, Gender, and Resettlement, By Cheris Brewer Current LFB Scholarly, Dr. Carlos M. Eire, T. Lawrason Riggs Professor of History and Religious Studies at Yale University; his memoir of the Cuban Revolution, Waiting for Snow in Havana (Free Press, ), won the National Book Award for non-fiction.

CUBA [INSIGHT GUIDES]. (Insight Guides) Perrottet, Tony and Joann Biondi (edited by) [photography by Eduardo Gil and others] [Brian Bell, editorial director]. () Carta geogr.o topográfica de la isla de Cuba. ROCA, Carlos (). Cuba, Cubans and Cuban-Americans, A Bibliography. Dossick, Jesse J.

() La Revolución. Cuban Revolution in America is his frst book. Drawing from extensive archival and oral history research and declassified FBI and CIA documents, this is the first multidecade examination of the encounter between the Cuban Revolution and the U.S.

Left after Published a book about the social and cultural dimensions of the Cuban diaspora, based on a selection of papers presented at the Ninth Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at FIU. Cosponsored an international conference on Cuban literature and culture, resulting in the edited volume Reading Cuba.

Leonardo Padura was born in in Havana and lives in Cuba. He has published a number of short-story collections and literary essays but international fame came with the.

CubaOne Foundation offers a new generation of Cuban Americans the opportunity to give back to Cuba, build relationships with the Cuban people, and explore their heritage through high-impact trips to the island.

Apply Now. A fourth change will allow Cuban Americans to enter and leave from Cuba on recreational boats as long as they travel through certain designated marinas such as Marina Hemingway in Havana. Jesús ated by Rafael Betancourt.

The Cuban University Press. pp. Mervyn J. -Cuban Relations, to .Cuban Americans (Spanish: cubanoestadounidenses or Spanish: cubanoamericanos) are Americans who trace their ancestry to word may refer to someone born in the U.S. of Cuban descent or to someone who has emigrated to the U.S. from Cuba.

Cuban Americans are the third largest Hispanic American group in the United States. Many communities throughout the United States have significant Cuban.The number of tourists and Cuban-Americans visiting Cuba fell almost 20 percent in January compared to the same period last year, according to official figures published Thursday by the National.