#CubAngola40 is Almost Here – What You Need to Know

This Friday, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (KJCC), Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures, and the Department of History at NYU have the pleasure of welcoming a diverse group of speakers to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the Cuban military intervention in Angola’s warContinue reading “#CubAngola40 is Almost Here – What You Need to Know”

#CubAngola40: Rethinking the 1975 Afro-Cuban War

In November of 1975 the Cuban government made a major military intervention in Angola’s independence process. Forty years later we gather to commemorate this historical moment and its consequences with #CubAngola40  – a daylong symposium at New York University. This event will be held at the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center on Friday,Continue reading “#CubAngola40: Rethinking the 1975 Afro-Cuban War”