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Cuban Oral History: Memories of the Cuban Revolution

Elizabeth Dore - Project Director: Profile

Professor Emeritus of Latin American Studies, University of Southampton, UK

Associate Fellow, Institute of the Americas, University College London

 

Elizabeth Dore led the 'Memories of the Cuban Revolution' Oral History Project as the Project Director. Read more about her project role >

Read more about her forthcoming book 'Cuban Lives: What Difference Did a Revolution Make?' - forthcoming from Verso Books.

 

Lidia Limonta Mineto (left) with her friend Eva. Santiago de Cuba
Lidia Limonta Mineto (left) with her friend Eva. Santiago de Cuba.
screenshot of NACLA Dec 2016 web article
NACLA Dec 2016 web article by Elizabeth Dore

 

 

Cubans Remember Fidel

Project Director Elizabeth Dore's article on the death of Fidel Castro appeared on the NACLA website on 1 Dec 2016.

Go to the NACRA website to read the full article - http://nacla.org/news/2016/12/01/cubans-remember-fidel

 

Books / Libros

 

 

Articles and Chapters/ Artículos y capítulos

 

 

 

Some of Professor Elizabeth Dore's publications

 

Myths of Modernity
Myths of Modernity
Myths of Modernity translation
Myths of Modernity translation
Hidden Histories of Gender and the State in Latin America
Hidden Histories of Gender and the State in Latin America

TV, Radio and Web Appearances

Liz has featured on the following:

 

 

Editorial Boards /Consejos Editoriales

Oral History (UK)

Latin American Perspectives

 

 

Education/ Educación

1981 PhD, History of Latin America and the Caribbean,

Columbia University, New York

 

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