Here are the people who helped make the first 200 episodes of the radio show Segue possible.
From left to right: Kwame Ross, Michael Cathey, and Wayne Mills (engineers at different stages of the show), Gary Hicks (Executive Producer), Aldemaro Romero Jr., (producer, script writer, and host), Pam Read (coordinator of interviews), Michael Nathe (photographer), Renee Seganfredo (web coordinator), and Wendy Shaw (web master). Picture by Elza Ibroscheva.
If you want to learn more about the history of the Cuban Caribbean Center of the SIU system and future perspectives of academic work in Cuba you can find that information at: http://www.aromerojr.net/Publications/806.Cuba.pdf
Today the peer-reviewed, open access journal Polymath published a special issue on Cuba. I co-edited that issue with my colleagues Larry LaFond (SIUE) and Raúl Rodríguez Rodríguez (University of Havana). The special issue contains a couple of pieces I wrote, one about Felipe Poey, the most famous Cuban naturalist and a book review about the foundational documents of the University of Havana. You can access that entire issue at:
I just reached the number 800 in terms of publications. I did some statistics about those which you can find in the attached slide show. One statistics that is not there is that nearly 100 of those publications were coauthored with my students.
Hello everyone. I’ve got a lot of upcoming new programs starting up over the next two months. Keep an eye out here for the latest info and updates on my new vlog, radio show, and Intelligencer column. Also stay tuned for more info on my current programs.
And as always thanks for watching, listening, and reading.