Moreau professor of History and Director of ICCAS, specializes
in Latin American affairs, with special emphasis on Cuba,
Mexico, and U.S. relations with the region. He has published
articles in Orbis, Latin American Research Review,
Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs,
and Caribbean Studies. His published books include
Cuba: From Columbus to Castro (2006), Mexico: From
Montezuma to NAFTA (2003), Historical Dictionary of
Cuba (2001), and University Students and Revolution
in Cuba (1969). Together with Irving Louis Horowitz, he
is the editor of Cuban Communism, now in its 11th edition.
He is a
highly regarded consultant to the public and private sector.
del Carmen Urizar, Administrative Assistant
Andy Gomez, Senior Fellow and Special Assistant to
the President for International Affairs
Lopez, Research Assistant
Perez, Assistant to Editor, Cuban Affairs Journal
Latell, Senior Research Associate
Azel, Senior Research Associate
Roig, Senior Research Associate
Gamboa, Senior Research Associate
Susel Perez, Project Coordinator
Jorge Cutillas, Chairperson
Danny Diaz Leyva, Esq.
Hon. Carlos M. Gutierrez
Richard Kuper, Esq.
Gómez, Senior Fellow and Special Assistant to the
President for International Affairs
Roberto Heros, School of Medicine
Kaufman Purcell, Director Center for Hemispheric Policy
University of Miami
of International Studies
Manuel Lasaga, School of Business
Lima, School of Communications
Luis Locay, Department of Economics
School of Law
School of Music
Ben Recarey, Department of Marketing
Donn J. Tilson, School of Communications
Esperanza de Varona, Cuban Heritage Collection, Otto G.