Academic journal article Cuban Studies

Preface

Academic journal article Cuban Studies

Preface

Article excerpt

As volume 37 is prepared for press, the editorial staff can look at the state of scholarship on Cuba-as reflected in the articles, book reviews, and bibliographical entries that follow-with a deep sense of satisfaction. Certainly with regard to the mission of Cuban Studies, namely, to disseminate the current knowledge of multiple branches of learning to the interested public at large, scholarly production on Cuba continues at a prodigious rate.

This issue of Cuban Studies offers a diverse representation of current scholarship. Literary studies are represented in the articles by Sara E. Cooper, Carolyn Wolfenzon, and James J. Pancrazio. Daniel Whittle and Orlando Rey Santos offer an overview on matters dealing with the environment, a topic which is very much ignored in the study of Cuba. Robin Moore invites the reader to reflect on the relationship of race relations and music. Skye Stephenson chronicles the vicissitudes of nearly fifty years of academic initiatives between Cuba and the United States.

Cuban Studies continues to expand the scholarly representation on its Editorial Advisory Board, increasing the number of scholars outside the United States and diversifying the disciplines represented. …

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