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For instance, all professionals and not just academics can now travel to Cuba for work or study purposes. Travel agencies and airlines no longer need to obtain special licenses, leading many to start looking into expanding flights to the island nation.


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Ordinary tourism is still prohibited, however. Enacted in , the law grants permanent residency to any Cuban immigrant who reaches American soil. A student asks the panelists a question. Photo by Joanna Mercuri.

Panel Explores the New Normal for U.S.-Cuba Relations

The course, Contemporary Cuban Culture , will explore the renewed importance of Havana as a vibrant contemporary cultural scene. Featured January 25, 0. Featured June 28, 0. June 4, 0 People Notes: June In Havana! The government has allowed vocal criticism of its policies to be expressed within the arts. Filmmakers, rappers, and visual and performance artists have addressed sensitive issues including bureaucracy, racial and gender discrimination, emigration, and alienation.

How can this vibrant body of work be reconciled with the standard representations of a repressive, authoritarian cultural apparatus?

Panel Explores the New Normal for U.S.-Cuba Relations

In Cuba Represent! Sujatha Fernandes—a scholar and musician who has performed in Cuba—answers that question.

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