Academic journal article Cuban Studies

Preface

Academic journal article Cuban Studies

Preface

Article excerpt

With the appearance of volume 40, the current five-year editorial cycle comes to an end. To yield to a short passage of nostalgia: it has been as very fast five years indeed. I wish first to express my heartfelt appreciation for the constancy of collaborative commitment sustained over these past five years by K. Lynn Stoner, Teresa Chapa, and Gladys Marel García Pérez. This has been very much a team effort, and one that was successful on all counts. Many of the daily tasks associated with the journal over these years were expertly handled by the assistant editors Lizabeth Martinez-Lotz, Robert Cooper Nathan, and Rachel Hynson. I owe a deep sense of gratitude to members of the Editorial Advisory Board. Especially to those friends and colleagues whose generosity of time I abused and to whom I returned again and again for counsel and advice - and they know who they are - I cannot adequately express my appreciation. The journal could not function without the selfless courtesy of the members of the board. I am, last, grateful for the support provided at the University of Pittsburgh Press, most notably by Cynthia Miller, Deborah Meade, Peter Kracht, and Joshua Shanholtzer. Their commitment to Cuban Studies has been unwavering.

Volume 40 contains a broad spectrum of articles. Frank Guridy examines the well-studied revolutionary period of 1933 in Cuba but from a wholly novel perspective, and thereby adds a new and much needed dimension to our understanding of the complexities of upheavals of the 1930s. …

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