Envisioning Cuba

Envisioning Cuba publishes outstanding, innovative works in Cuban studies, drawn from diverse subjects and disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, from the colonial period through the post-Cold War era. Attention centers on the exploration of historical and cultural circumstances and conditions—for example, colonialism, slavery, racism, imperialism, and revolution—related to the development of Cuban self-definition and national identity. Salient thematic concerns of the series include power and powerlessness, dictatorship and democracy, repression and resistance, populism and mass mobilization, nationalism and competing ideologies, cultural transitions, and social transformations. The series features innovative scholarship engaged with theoretical approaches and interpretive frameworks informed by social, cultural, and intellectual perspectives.

Series Editor

Louis A. Pérez Jr., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

UNC Press sponsoring editor

Debbie Gershenowitz