Journal Cuban Studies


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The Cuba Studies Program is the home of the editorial team of the journal Cuban Studies. Founded in 1970, Cuban Studies has been published by the University of Pittsburgh Press since 1985. It is the preeminent journal for scholarly work on Cuba. Each volume includes articles in both English and Spanish, as well as a large book review section. Widely praised for its interdisciplinary approach and trenchant analysis of an array of topics, each volume features the best scholarship in the humanities and social sciences.
 

‘Cuban Studies’ regresa a la vida con nuevos editores
Fue una reunión de mentes universitarias y corazones cubanos. Tres personas de distintas generaciones de esa etnia ubicua en Miami, la cubana, y de otras partes del universo académico formaban parte de la mesa directiva. Estábamos en la librería que se ha convertido en el centro de todo lo editorial en esta ciudad, Books & Books, en Coral Gables. Era una presentación del Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs y del Cuban Research Institute, CRI, de la Universidad Internacional de la Florida, y Jorge Duany, director del CRI, presentaba al grupo. Read more hereSource: El Nuevo Herald (February 29, 2016)

Cuban Studies Volumes 43 & 44: Journal Presentation at Books and Books (VIDEO)
For over three decades, Cuban Studies has been the preeminent journal for scholarly work on Cuba. Published each winter, the journal features articles on Cuba in both English and Spanish, a large book review section, and an exhaustive compilation of recent works in the field. Widely praised for its interdisciplinary approach and trenchant analysis of an array of topics, each volume showcases the best scholarship in the humanities and social sciences. Read more and view presentations hereSource: Books & Books (February 5, 2016)

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Cuban Studies Submission Guidelines

Manuscripts in English and Spanish may be submitted to Alejandro de la Fuente, Editor, by email at cubanstudies@fas.harvard.edu. Maximum length is 10,000 words, including notes and illustrations. Please include an abstract of the article both in English and Spanish of no more than 200 words. Also include a short biographical paragraph of no more than 3 sentences. We prefer Chicago style (16th edition), but MLA style is also acceptable. For more information about our editorial norms, please click on our style sheets both in English and Spanish. Cuban Studies takes no responsibility for views or information presented in signed articles. For additional editorial inquiries, contact us at the email address above.

DOSSIER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Dossiers should be comprised of an introductory essay and 3 to 6 essays. Each essay should have a maximum length of 9,000 words, including notes and illustrations. The articles of the dossiers should read as a whole and avoid repetition and overlaps between them. Dossiers should have a designated organizer who will be the mediator between Cuban Studies and the authors of the dossier. We prefer Chicago style (16th edition), but MLA style is also acceptable. All articles in the dossier should use one of these styles consistently. Please include an abstract of the dossier of no more than 200 words, both in English and Spanish. Also include a short biographical paragraph of no more than 3 sentences of the participating authors. For additional editorial inquiries, contact us by email at cubanstudies@fas.harvard.edu.

REVIEW COPIES

Review copies of books should be sent to the book review editor: Lillian Guerra, University of Florida, Department of History, 025 Keene-Flint Hall, Gainesville, FL 32611-7320, USA. For additional inquiries about book reviews, send email to lillian.guerra@ufl.edu.

CUBAN STUDIES STYLE SHEET