Conference: "Transitions in the Cuban Revolution"
Thu, February 21, 2008 • 4:30 PM • Avaya Auditorium and the UT Club
UT Austin will host a conference to commemorate the forty-eighth anniversary of the Revolution that brought Fidel and Raul Castro to power in 1959. The conference will bring together some of the leading scholars on Cuba to analyze transitions in the Revolution, as well as its implications for human interactions, creative activities, and international relations.The conference will take place in the AVAYA Auditorium in the ACES Building (201 East 24th Street) on Thursday, February 21, and in the President's Room West at the UT Club (2108 E. Robert Dedman Drive) on Friday, February 22. The event is free and open to the public.
The event is sponsored by LLILAS, the UT Department of History, the Mexican Center of LLILAS, the Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies, the Department of Government, the Center for African and African American Studies, the School of Music, the College of Liberal Arts, the Office of the Provost and St. Edward's University Kozmetsky Center.