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  • Verónica A. González | Cuban Research Institute
    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 Verónica A González Verónica A González Verónica A González is Archivist in the Sound and Image Resources Department in the Green Library at Florida International University Ms González studied library science in Chile her country of origin In 2004 she was hired by the FIU Department of Digital Collections In 2006 she was honored with a Smithsonian scholarship to participate in a professional development program in Washington D C This opportunity expanded her knowledge of the use of new technology and best practices related to digital audio and preservation She is one of the archivists

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  • Pedro José Greer, Jr. | Cuban Research Institute
    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 Pedro José Greer Jr Pedro José Greer Jr Pedro José Greer Jr M D FACP FACG is the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and Founding Chair of the Department of Humanities Health and Society at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University At the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine Dr Greer has led the creation and implementation of a unique curriculum that prepares physicians to improve the future of all patients He has integrated ethics social determinants cultural competency and clinical skills in a community based multidisciplinary household centered care in a longitudinal four year model Dr Greer has published over 25 articles and book chapters on topics ranging from hepatic and digestive disorders to policy poverty and health in America He also authored Waking Up in America a book about his experiences from providing care to homeless persons under bridges in Miami Florida to advising U S presidents on healthcare Additionally Dr Greer has advised and continues to work with federal state and local policymakers on healthcare policy Dr Greer is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Gastroenterology Among the many awards he has received Dr Greer is a recipient of the MacArthur Genius Fellowship 1993 the Presidential Medal of Service presented by Presidents Clinton Bush and Carter and General Colin Powell at the Presidential Summit in Philadelphia In 2009 he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Obama the highest civilian honor given in the United States He has been honored with Papal medals and knighted as a Knight of Malta and the Order

    Original URL path: http://cri.fiu.edu/faculty/pedro-greer/ (2014-11-05)
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  • Guillermo J. Grenier | 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 Guillermo J Grenier Guillermo J Grenier Guillermo J Grenier Ph D is Professor of Sociology and Graduate Program Director in the Department of Global Sociocultural Studies in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University Born in Havana Cuba Dr Grenier is one of the founders of the Miami school of social analysis and has authored or coauthored six books and dozens of articles on labor migration immigrant incorporation and Cuban American ideological profiles particularly in the Greater Miami area He is the coauthor of This Land Is Our Land Newcomers and Established Residents in Miami University of California Press 2003 The Legacy of Exile Cubans in the United States Allyn and Bacon 2002 Newcomers in the Workplace Immigrants and the Restructuring of the U S Economy Temple University Press 1994 winner of

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  • Gail Hollander | Cuban Research Institute
    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 Gail Hollander Gail Hollander Gail Hollander Ph D is Associate Professor of Geography in the Department of Global Sociocultural Studies in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University Dr Hollander s research interests include economic geography agro environmental conflict food system theory and feminist geography In her latest book Raising Cane in the Glades The Global Sugar Trade and the Transformation of Florida The University of Chicago Press 2008 Hollander uses the sugar question a label nineteenth century economists coined for intense international debates on sugar production and trade as a thread to

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  • Sherry Johnson | Cuban Research Institute
    348 7463 Email cri fiu edu SIPA Home Home Faculty Sherry Johnson Sherry Johnson Sherry Johnson Ph D is Professor in the Department of History in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University Dr Johnson holds a Ph D in Latin American and Caribbean history from the University of Florida Her research interests include Cuba and the Caribbean environment and climate change disasters such as hurricanes medicine women and gender and social history In her first book The Social Transformation of Eighteenth Century Cuba we discover a reinterpretation of the political events of the late eighteenth century in Cuba based upon the emergence of two political factions Borne of rivalries of the reforms of 1763 she concludes that many nineteenth century intellectuals especially Padre Félix Varela came to their political positions regarding Cuban independence because of social and political processes set in motion in the previous century Dr Johnson was the guest editor of a special issue on women and gender in Cuban history on Trespassing Historic Gender Boundaries in Cuba that appeared in Cuban Studies Estudios Cubanos in 2003 Her publications include El Niño Environmental Crisis and the Emergence of Alternative Markets in the Hispanic Caribbean 1760s 1770s in William Mary Quarterly in July 2005 and The St Augustine Hurricane of 1811 Disaster and the Question of Political Unrest on the Florida Frontier in the Florida Historical Quarterly Other projects include an examination of how ordinary summer fevers contributed to the British victory at Havana in 1762 in the Spanish journal Revista de Indias a study of family relations and women s activities in Cuba from 1766 1800 in Gender War and Politics The Wars of Revolution and Liberation Transatlantic Comparisons 1775 1820 Karen Hagemann Gisela Mettele and Jane Rendall eds 2008 and a comparison

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  • Santiago Juan-Navarro | Cuban Research Institute
    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 Santiago Juan Navarro Santiago Juan Navarro Santiago Juan Navarro 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 Juan Navarro holds a Ph D in Spanish and Comparative literature from Columbia University His fields of expertise include Cuban literature and film contemporary Spanish American fiction film studies literary theory transatlantic studies anarchism and culture and comparative literature of the Americas In the Department of Modern Languages he has served as Graduate Director 2002 2005 2007 2008 directed numerous dissertations and served in many other dissertation committees His books include Juana of Castile History and Myth of the Mad Queen coedited with María A Gómez and Phyllis Zatlin Nuevas aproximaciones al cine hispánico Migraciones temporales textuales y étnicas en el bicentenario de las independencias iberoamericanas 1810 2010 La ciudad en la literatura y el cine Aspectos de la representación de la ciudad en la producción literaria y cinematográfica en español and Memoria histórica género e interdisciplinariedad Los estudios culturales hispánicos en el siglo XXI both coedited with Joan Torres Pou Among other leading journals he has published articles in Hispania Revista Iberoamericana Letras peninsulares Journal of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea Hispanic Journal Hispanófila Archivos de la Filmoteca Neohelicon and Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos In addition he has authored two books and many book chapters Dr Juan Navarro serves on the editorial board of five scholarly journals including Hispanic Journal Chasqui and Delaware Review of Latin American Studies for which he

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  • Ronald M. Lee | Cuban Research Institute
    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 Ronald M Lee Ronald M Lee Ronald M Lee Ph D is Professor in the Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems in the College of Business Administration at Florida International University Ronald M Lee holds a Ph D in Decision Sciences from the University of Pennsylvania His areas of expertise include artificial intelligence electronic commerce logic modeling multilingual information systems and quantitative methods Prior to joining Florida International University Dr Lee was a professor and director of the Erasmus University Research Institute for Decision and Information Systems He was also a research fellow for the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania Previously he was Associate Professor of Information Systems at the University of Texas at Austin and earlier served as a research scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis IIASA in Vienna Austria and as Visiting Professor of Management at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Lisbon Portugal His current research focuses on applications of artificial intelligence Petri nets and logic modeling to electronic commerce including representations of electronic trade procedures for international business to business commerce His more recent interests include the role of information and communication technologies in supporting economic development as well as globalization processes more generally pro and con His specific focus is on local capacity development for emerging economies in areas of e business e government e tourism and e culture

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  • Sarah J. Mahler | Cuban Research Institute
    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 Sarah J Mahler Sarah J Mahler Sarah J Mahler Ph D is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Global Sociocultural Studies in the School of International and Public Affairs at Florida International University Dr Mahler s research interests include cultural anthropology the culture Concept migration in transnational perspective gender and gender relations particularly in transnational perspective urban and suburban studies Latin America the Caribbean and Europe and immigration and refugee law and human rights Her research and publications focus primarily on Latin American and Caribbean migration to the United States and the development of transnational ties between migrants and their home communities particularly how transnational ties inflect gender identities and relations She has also researched faith and religious ties among immigrants and transnationally resulting in her coedited book Churches and Charity in the Immigrant City Rutgers University Press 2009 She has also coedited a special volume of American Behavioral Scientist on immigrants and politics in comparative Canadian U S perspective Dr Mahler s research and program grants have been funded by the European Union Commission the U S Departments of Education and Health and Human Services the Pew Charitable Trusts and the

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