An Exhibition of Cuban Cinema in Germany

Among the most inexplicable realities of the past decade in Cuba is the non-existence of spaces to watch Cuban cinema. Since the beginning of the 21st century, in almost in...

‘Land Without Images’. The Absent in Cuban Cinema

“What defines the archive is its omissions, its hollowed nature”. Georges Didi-Huberman, Arde la imagen “If we were to put together all the...

Cuban Nothingness: Memoirs

“A snake will break up a hen-house quicker than anything.” William Faulkner, As I lay dying Monte Oscuro, Las...

The Representation of Extreme Violence: Glosses to the Last...

The theme of Historia, memoria y ficción. Debates sobre la representación de la violencia extrema (Ediciones Laberinto,...

‘Our Hunger in Havana’, by Enrique Del Risco: A...

When we talk about food memory we might think of the memory of a family meal, of...
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The Finlays, Another Form of Continuity

The five Finlays who string together this tale, three men and two women, are people born on the island of Cuba, but none of them has been strangers to New York City.

And Music Created Cuba

This book is about a paradise-like island and how it was populated by music. This story begins...