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Cuba: Ideas for a New Republic (1900-1940s)

  • CUNY Grad Center, Room 9204/5 365 5th Avenue New York, NY, 10016 United States (map)
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This panel explores the forms of republicanism competing for political space in the creation of the Cuban republic. It identifies main actors, the meanings of “Republic” and “Revolution” and the problematics of order and stability. When, how, and with what significance did Marxism emerge? Did varieties of republican projects and ideologies through the 1930s and 1940s coalesce into durable coalitions?

To register, send e-mail to bildner@gc.cuny.edu (Mauricio Font, Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies)