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Cuban Writers Protest and Dissent


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Buscaglia-Salgado, José F.

Prof. José F. Buscaglia-Salgado is the son of the well- known Puerto Rican educator and sculptor José Buscaglia Guillermety. He graduated from Princeton University in 1986 and is currently the director of the Program in Caribbean Studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo. In 2002 Buscaglia was influential in the establishment of the first degree-granting graduate program to be jointly administered by Cuban and U.S. universities, the University of Havana and the State University of New York at Buffalo.

The collection consists of formal speeches and over three hundred e-mails collected by Prof. Buscaglia-Salgado regarding the demands of scholars, intellectuals, and artists for changes in the official doctrine of the Cuban Revolution laid down in a speech by Fidel Castro.

Gift of Prof. José F. Buscaglia-Salgado on July 17, 2007.

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Folder inventory added by Kelly Rafey '16 in 2013.

Folder inventory added by Kelly Rafey '16 in 2013.

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Computer Printouts of Emails and Writings, 2007 January. 3 folders.
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3 folders

Computer Printouts of Emails and Writings, 2007 January. 3 folders.
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3 folders

CD Pavonto, undated. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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