History Graduates benefit from new opportunity for Study Abroad in Cuba

The Department of History is offering an opportunity for graduate students to travel to Cuba over spring break 2019 as part of Sugar and Iron Curtains: Comparative Cultures of the Cold War (EUH 5905 / LAH 5905) . Students will visit key Havana sites, hear from local scholars of literature and the arts, and meet with a historian at the Bay of Pigs. Students will also explore the legacy of Soviet influence in Cuba, especially in architecture and popular culture.

For details on the trip, cost, and scholarship opportunities, see: https:/abroad.fiu.eduindex.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10196.

Applications are due via the above-referenced link by November 15th. Students wishing to take the course without participating in the trip can do so by enrolling in EUH 5905 (U03) or LAH 5905 (U01) directly.

The trip is made possible in part by generous support from the Department of History, The Steven J. Green School of Public and International Affairs, and the Kimberly Green Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.