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    Changes in Cuba: their nature and scope

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    START DATE 2 October 2015
    START TIME 02:15pm

    Room W142, Williams Building, Middlesex University, London NW4 4BT

    END DATE 2 October 2015
    END TIME 05:00pm

    A special seminar with leading Cuban intellectuals hosted by the Latin American Studies Research Group


    Rafael Hernández

    Editor of Temas, leading Cuban magazine in the social sciences and the humanities, renowned for its contribution to intellectual debate on the island. He is a senior research fellow at the Centro de Investigación de la Cultura Cubana Juan Marinello in Havana and is the author or editor of several books, including Cuba and the Caribbean and United States-Cuban Relations in the Nineties.

    Arleen Rodriguez Derivet 

    Prominent Cuban journalist and Director of Mesa Redonda (Round Table) the most important discussion programme for analysis of national and international debates on Cuban TV, together with a weekly show on Telesur. A former member of the Cuban National Assembly, she has interviewed presidents and some of the most recognised personalities in the political and intellectual realm, inside and outside her country.

    Dr Carlos Alzugaray Treto 

    Former Cuban diplomat, internationally recognised political analyst, and university lecturer. His last two diplomatic posts were advisor to the Foreign Minister of Global Political Affairs and Cuba's ambassador to the European Union.

    This is a free event. For further information contact:

    Dr Francisco Dominguez, Head of the Latin American Studies Research Group
    0208 411 5695


    Dr Daniel Ozarow, Deputy Head of the Latin American Studies Research Group
    0208 411 3535

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