|Author:||Sergio Guerra-Vilaboy; Oscar Loyola-Vega|
|Keywords:||History; History & Theory; Imperialism; Latin America; Political Science; Revolutionary|
Competitively priced, this book is the perfect companion to the more than thirty travel guides on Cuba available today.
Beginning with the pre-Hispanic period, moving on to Cuba's struggle to maintain the revolution in the years following the collapse of the Soviet Union, and finally ending with Fidel Castro's decision to step down in 2008, this slim volume provides the reader with an overview of the history of the tiny Caribbean island that so often has been at the center of world politics.
Including a bibliography for further reading, this is a most useful introduction to Cuba's history for students, teachers, and others, as well as those visiting the island.
This book is published to coincide with the expected lifting of the US government's ban on its citizens' travel to Cuba and will be actively marketed through travel agencies, in-flight magazines, and more.
Available in both English (978-0-9804292-4-4) and Spanish (978-1-921438-60-8).
Sergio Guerra-Vilaboy, a professor at the University of Havana, obtained a doctorate in history at the University of Leipzig. He is the author of numerous books on Latin American history and is currently the executive secretary of the Association of Latin American and Caribbean Historians.
Oscar Loyola-Vega is a professor of history at the University of Havana.