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  • Phillip M. Carter | Cuban Research Institute
    Sarah J Mahler Anthony P Maingot Félix E Martín Lourdes Martin Iveris L Martínez Juan A Martínez Margarita Mirabal Frank O Mora Dario V Moreno Marilys R Nepomechie Marifeli Pérez Stable Patricia Lynn Price Andrea Jean Queeley Ana Roca Ediberto Román Gene Rosenberg Eugenio M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Phillip M Carter Phillip M Carter Phillip M Carter Ph D is Assistant Professor of English and Linguistics in the Department of English in the School of Environment Art and Society at Florida International University Phillip M Carter Ph D Duke University 2009 is a sociolinguist and scholar of language and culture in U S Latino communities He works interdisciplinarily moving between quantitative and qualitative approaches to sociolinguistics linguistic anthropology critical discourse analysis ethnography and critical theory His scholarship addresses a range of issues of contemporary concern including the relationship between social formations and linguistic variation Spanish language change in the U S maintenance and shift of Spanish in the U S new dialect formation and popular discourses about language Dr Carter s current research projects interrogate the dialectic between national narratives about immigration and the circumstanced individual A forthcoming paper in the journal Language in Society examines this dialectic in the context of identity formation among Mexican immigrant children in North Carolina In collaboration with Andrew Lynch University of Miami Dr Carter has studied the implicit and explicit perceptions of Spanish and English among Latino and non Latino residents of Miami in the context of competing national narratives

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/phillip-carter/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Ricardo Castells | Cuban Research Institute
    Johnson Santiago Juan Navarro Ronald M Lee Sarah J Mahler Anthony P Maingot Félix E Martín Lourdes Martin Iveris L Martínez Juan A Martínez Margarita Mirabal Frank O Mora Dario V Moreno Marilys R Nepomechie Marifeli Pérez Stable Patricia Lynn Price Andrea Jean Queeley Ana Roca Ediberto Román Gene Rosenberg Eugenio M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Ricardo Castells Ricardo Castells Ricardo Castells Ph D is Professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University Dr Castells is also Associate Director of the Spain Summer Program He holds a Ph D in Romance languages with a specialization in Golden Age Spanish literature from Duke University He received a Master s degree in Spanish literature from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master s degree in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/ricardo-castells/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Rita M. Cauce | Cuban Research Institute
    Lourdes Martin Iveris L Martínez Juan A Martínez Margarita Mirabal Frank O Mora Dario V Moreno Marilys R Nepomechie Marifeli Pérez Stable Patricia Lynn Price Andrea Jean Queeley Ana Roca Ediberto Román Gene Rosenberg Eugenio M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Rita M Cauce Rita M Cauce Rita M Cauce M A M S is Head of the Resource Development Department at Florida International University Libraries Ms Cauce holds a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida and a Master of Science in Educational Media from Nova Southeastern University Born in Cuba and raised in Miami and Spain she had the opportunity to return and work in Spain for ten years when she was hired by Schiller International University Madrid to serve as Instructor and Librarian Right before coming to FIU Ms Cauce served as the Assistant Director for Technical Services at

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/rita-cauce/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Danielle Pilar Clealand | Cuban Research Institute
    Ana Roca Ediberto Román Gene Rosenberg Eugenio M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Danielle Pilar Clealand Danielle Pilar Clealand Danielle Pilar Clealand Ph D is Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics International Relations in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University Dr Clealand received her Ph D from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Political Science an M A from New York University in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and a B A from Tufts University in International Relations Her research focuses on comparative racial politics racial ideology nationalism group consciousness and racial attitudes throughout the Americas Her work on racial politics engages both Cuba and the Cuban diaspora Dr Clealand is finishing work on her book manuscript Uncovering the Power of Race Racial Ideology and Black Consciousness in Contemporary Cuba Uncovering the Power of Race examines the social norms with regard to race that the Cuban Revolution s racial ideology has created Through this analysis the book highlights the ideological and institutional mechanisms that support racial inequality in Cuba In addition it gives a nuanced portrait of black identity in Cuba and argues that while spaces of black consciousness do exist even among those that are the most vocal regarding racism in Cuba elements of the dominant revolutionary ideology are infused within their framework Through survey data interviews with ordinary citizens organizers activists and artists this book draws from the many black spaces on the island both formal and informal

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/danielle-pilar-clealand/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Carol Damian | Cuban Research Institute
    V Moreno Marilys R Nepomechie Marifeli Pérez Stable Patricia Lynn Price Andrea Jean Queeley Ana Roca Ediberto Román Gene Rosenberg Eugenio M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Carol Damian Carol Damian Carol Damian Ph D is Director and Chief Curator of the Patricia Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University A professor and former chairperson of FIU s Department of Art and Art History she is also a strong fixture in Miami s arts community and a nationally recognized art historian She is a graduate of Wheaton College in Norton Mass and received her M A in Pre Columbian Art and her Ph D in Latin American History from the University of Miami A specialist in Latin American and Caribbean art she teaches classes in Pre Columbian Colonial Spanish and Contemporary Latin American Art Modern Art surveys and Women in Art Dr Damian is the author of Neorealism

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/carol-damian/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Grenville Draper | Cuban Research Institute
    Martín Lourdes Martin Iveris L Martínez Juan A Martínez Margarita Mirabal Frank O Mora Dario V Moreno Marilys R Nepomechie Marifeli Pérez Stable Patricia Lynn Price Andrea Jean Queeley Ana Roca Ediberto Román Gene Rosenberg Eugenio M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Grenville Draper Grenville Draper Grenville Draper Ph D is Professor in the Department of Earth Environment in the School of Environment Arts and Society at Florida International University Dr Draper is also Undergraduate Program Director of Earth Sciences The overall goal of his research is to use structural and metamorphic information to constrain and develop models for the tectonic evolution of the Caribbean region In order to do this Dr Draper s research has focused largely but not exclusively on field studies deformation metamorphism and tectonic implications of metamorphic complexes in the Caribbean He has examined blueschist and other metamorphic complexes in Jamaica and the northern Dominican Republic In addition he has participated in regional tectonic studies in Dominican Republic Cuba and Puerto Rico that have helped to understand the development of the Early Cretaceous to mid Eocene Greater Antilles island arc He made his first visit to Cuba in 1989 and helped organize the 13th Caribbean Geological conference that was held in Pinar del Río in 1992 As the leader of the International Geological Correlation Project 364 he facilitated international field workshops involving scientists from the Caribbean some of which were in Cuba Several of these studies have involved documenting brittle fault and ductile shear zone

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/grenville-draper/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Jorge Duany | Cuban Research Institute
    M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Jorge Duany Jorge Duany Jorge Duany Ph D is Director of the Cuban Research Institute and Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Global Sociocultural Studies in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University Born in Cuba and raised in Panama and Puerto Rico Dr Duany previously served as Acting Dean of the College of Social Sciences Professor of Anthropology Chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and Director of the journal Revista de Ciencias Sociales at the University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras He has held visiting research and teaching appointments at several U S universities including Harvard Connecticut Wisconsin Florida Michigan Pennsylvania and the City University of New York He earned his Ph D in Latin American Studies specializing in anthropology at the University of California Berkeley He also holds an M A in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago and a B A in Psychology from Columbia University Dr Duany has published extensively on migration ethnicity race nationalism and transnationalism in Cuba the Caribbean and the United States He has also written about Cuban cultural identity on the island and in the diaspora especially as expressed in literature religion and music He has belonged to the editorial boards of academic journals such as CENTRO Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies Caribbean Studies Cuban Studies Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies Latino Studies and New West Indian Guide He is the author coauthor

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/jorge-duany/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Juan Carlos Espinosa | Cuban Research Institute
    Sarah J Mahler Anthony P Maingot Félix E Martín Lourdes Martin Iveris L Martínez Juan A Martínez Margarita Mirabal Frank O Mora Dario V Moreno Marilys R Nepomechie Marifeli Pérez Stable Patricia Lynn Price Andrea Jean Queeley Ana Roca Ediberto Román Gene Rosenberg Eugenio M Rothe Jorge Salazar Carrillo Althea Vicki Silvera John F Stack Jr Alex Stepick Joan Torres Pou John Virtue Maida Watson Contact Us Cuban Research Institute Modesto A Maidique Campus Deuxième Maison DM 445 11200 SW 8th Street Miami FL 33199 Tel 305 348 1991 Fax 305 348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Juan Carlos Espinosa Juan Carlos Espinosa Juan Carlos Espinosa Ph D is Associate Dean and Fellow of The Honors College at Florida International University Dr Espinosa is a political scientist with degrees from the University of Miami and Florida State University His main research interests include the arts and political expression culture and collective identity and Cuban political culture Espinosa has taught Honors College courses at every level most recently leading the restructuring of the first year curriculum As associate dean he oversees the Advanced Research and Creativity in Honors program curriculum external affairs communications including the Honors College

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/juan-carlos-espinosa/ (2014-11-05)
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