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Welcome to History 358: Cuba and Havana: History, Memory, Revolution. Prof. Alejandra Bronfman alejandra.bronfman@ubc.ca Buchanan Tower 1121 Office hours Monday and Wednesday, 3-4pm. Raul Castro: “This is a revolution committed to its people” Granma International, January 3, 2013

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welcome to history 358 cuba and havana history memory revolution
Welcome to History 358:Cuba and Havana: History, Memory, Revolution

Prof. Alejandra Bronfman

alejandra.bronfman@ubc.ca

Buchanan Tower 1121

Office hours Monday and Wednesday, 3-4pm.

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Raul Castro: “This is a revolution committed to its people” Granma International, January 3, 2013

US Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen: “I am a fierce opponent of the Castro regime in Cuba, the Chavez regime in Venezuela, and other dictatorial regimes in Latin America that subvert the will of the people and seek to erode democratic institutions.  Our Hemisphere must not be allowed to follow the insidious example of Castro’s Cuba.”

http://ros-lehtinen.house.gov/issue/foreign-affairs visited Jan 6, 2013

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Website: http://blogs.ubc.ca/cubahistory/

  • Class attendance:
  • Everyone on Mondays
  • Wednesdays (with some exceptions—in the syllabus). 1-2pm: Bergler-Harvey
  • 2-3pm: Kershaw-Yeo
  • Assignment for Thursday: Read Childs, Introduction, and Chapters 1 and 2, and blog posting (if you are doing it).
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