Cuban Studies Since the Revolution


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Edited by Damián J. Fernández
University of Florida Press

For the first time in the past three decades we now have a comprehensive discourse on the epistemology of Cuban studies. This work evaluates the key areas of inquiry and research in the field, documenting the unresolved issues and offering points of departure for future study of Cuba in particular and for social science research in general. Leading Cuban specialists address the disciplines of political science, international relations, economics, literature, history, and sociology. While the authors represent multiple vantage points, they share a sense of the need to reevaluate their approaches to the sociopolitical reality of the island. Uncertainty in the world necessarily translates into uncertainty for us, Fernández writes. Long gone are the simple and universalistic explanations for a confused and confusing reality. This book is part of an ongoing revitalization of our area of study.

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Weight 22 oz
Dimensions 9.25 × 6.25 × 1.25 in


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