TED A. HENKEN
Ted A. Henken (Pensacola, 1971). Tenured associate professor of sociology at Baruch College, CUNY. His most recent academic works include Cuba’s Digital Revolution: Citizen Innovation and State Policy (University of Florida Press, 2021) and Cuba empresarial: emprendedores ante una cambiante política pública (Editorial Hypermedia, 2020). He is currently working on a history of independent journalism in Cuba.
Rebellion in Havana’s Classrooms and Newsrooms: Two Eras of Frustrated Transition in Cuban Journalism, 1985-1990 and 2016-2021
On October 26, 1987, a group of University of Havana journalism students was summoned to appear at...
Abraham Jiménez Enoa: “Professions do not belong to those who study them… but to those who practice them”
Abraham Jiménez Enoa (Havana, 1988) is a black man from a revolutionary family of soldiers and lawyers,...
“No One Applauded”. Interview with Carlos Alejandro Rodríguez Martínez
Carlos Alejandro Rodríguez Martínez (Placetas, 1991) earned his bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the Universidad Central “Marta...
Camila Acosta: “My Awakening”
At the age of 15, Camila Acosta Rodríguez (Isla de la Juventud, 1993) won a scholarship to...
José Raúl Gallego: “Journalism is Not Compatible with Totalitarianism”
José Raúl Gallego Ramos (Camagüey, 1986) graduated from the University of Havana in 2010 with a Bachelor’s...
Who is Karla Pérez and why is the Cuban government forbidding her return to Cuba?
Karla Pérez (Cienfuegos, 1998), the young Cuban woman whom the Cuban government prohibited from returning to her...
“Can We Still Be Revolutionaries?” Anna Veltfort interviewed by Ted A. Henken
In this exclusive interview with Ted Henken, New York graphic artist, blogger, and one-time habanera Anna Veltfort...