2013-2014

Alexis Baldacci
The Haves and Have-Nots: Material Culture in Revolutionary Cuba and the Cuban Diaspora, 1959-1980
Walfrido Dorta Sánchez
Intellectual and Cultural Politics in Cuba and Cuban Exile in United States (1960-2000): the Map of the Cultural Journals
Maikel Fariñas Borrego
Regional Pressure Groups in Cuba: Rotary Clubs, Local Elites, and Conflicting Interests, 1916-1968
Cary García Yero
Masculinities and Musical Culture in Havana 1940-1970
Eric Herschthal
Black Communication Networks between the early American republic and Cuba (1775-1833)
Anasa Hicks
Domestic work in 20th century Cuba
Hideaki Kami
Diplomacy and Migration: A Transformation of U.S. Relations with Cuba, 1974-1992
Eric Mayer-García
Translocating Theatrical and Cuban Imaginaries: Virgilio Piñera’s Electra Garrigó in Miami, 1978
Elizabeth Schwall
Embodied Communiqués and the Politics of Revolutionary Culture in Cuba, 1959 – 1989

Kevin Sedeño-Guillén
The Colonial Modernity of the Spanish American literary criticism of the second half of the 18th century

Kelly Urban
For the Poor Sick Ones and for Cuba: Tuberculosis and Nationalism in Cuba, 1902-1959
Francis Watlington
Risueños febriles: Dehumanization, Embodiment, and Ethics in the Subject of Cuban Existentialist Poetics
Gabriela Zaviezo
Visual and Discursive Representations of Gender During the Past 30 Years in Cuba

2012-2013

Russell Boutelle
The Invention of Juan Placido and the Transamerican Antislavery Movement
Michael Bustamante
Cuban Counterpoints: Memory Struggles in Revolution, Exile, and Diaspora
Mauricio Castro
Post-1959 Miami and the American Welfare State
Joanna Elrick
Religion, Race and Culture in Colonial Cuba, Angola, and Brazil
Jesse Horst
Housing and Slums in Havana 1930-1960
Arturo Matute Castro
Mariel and Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana: Cuban Literary Exile of the Last Three Decades

Natasha Perez
Language, Literacy, Identity and Culture in the Cuban Diaspora

Marysol Quevedo
Negotiating Cubanness through Art Music: Composers in Socialist Cuba, 1959-1989
Lara Stein Pardo
Artists, Aesthetics, and Migrations: Caribbean Women Artists in Miami, Florida and the Aesthetics and Politics of Cultural Production
Martin Tsang
Afro-Chinese Identity and Religion in Cuba

2011-2012

Sitela Alvarez
The Religious and Nationalist Transformation of Cuba, 1790-1860
Michael Bustamante
Cuban Counterpoints: Memory Struggles in Revolution, Exile, and Diaspora
Etnografía, narración y proyectos nacionales en el Caribe insular hispánico
João Felipe Gonçalves
The Many Bodies of the Hero: Nationalism and Monuments to Marti in Havana and Miami
Joseph Holbrook
Catholic Student Movements in Brazil and Cuba, 1946 to 1966
Rachel Hynson
Sexing the Cuban Revolution: Gender Difference and Sexuality as Tools of Nation-Making, 1959-1975
Jennifer Lambe
Baptism by Fire: The Making and Remaking of Madness in Cuba, 1899-1980
Bonnie Lucero
Seeing Red: Sex and Racial Violence in Cuba circa 1898
Kristina Shull
Containing Foreign Bodies: The Detention of Mariel Cuban Refugees at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas, 1980-1982
Kelly Urban 
Tuberculosis in Early Twentieth-Century Cuba: A Social History

2010-2011

Sharada Balachandran-Orihuela
Hemispheric Routes, Marginalized Economies, and Liberal Rights

Anita Casavantes-Bradford
The Politics of Childhood in Miami and Havana, 1959-19620

Jorge Castillo
Limits of Transient Sexualities: Globalization and (Trans)Caribbean Queer Subjectivities

Stephen Chambers
The American State of Cuba: The Business of Cuba and the Monroe Doctrine
Raúl Galván
Cuban Transnationalism in the Late 19th Century: Citizenship, Sugar and Revolution

Bonnie Lucero
Post-colonial Peculiarities: Cultural Reflections of Race and Gender on the Road to Cuban Independence

Clarisa Mondejar
Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times: Daily Life in Havana, 1895-1898s

Susana Rodríguez Drissi
The Secret Life of Ruins: Exile and Melancholy in Cuban and Algerian Literatures

Katerina Seligmann
Caribbean Intellectual Voyages: Traveling Texts, Traveling Ideas, and the Making of the Modern Caribbean

Martin Tsang
Afro-Chinese Identity and Religion in Cuba