TOC: Cuba and Africa, 1959–1994: Writing an Alternative Atlantic History

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Cuba and Africa, 1959–1994: Writing an Alternative Atlantic History

Editor(s): Adrien Delmas, Giulia Bonacci, and Kali Argyriadis

Wits University Press, 2020 (distributed in the U.S. by NYU Press)

https://witspress.co.za/catalogue/cuba-and-africa-1959-1994/

 

PART I: POLITICS AND SOLIDARITY

Chapter 1 Cubans in Algiers. The Political Uses of Memory – Emmanuel Alcaraz

Chapter 2 Cuban policy and African Politics. Congo-Brazzaville and Angola, 1963-1977 – Héloïse Kiriakou and Bernardo J.C. André

Chapter 3 Motivations and Legacies of the Cuban Presence in Equatorial Guinea from 1969 to the Present – Delmas Tsafack

Chapter 4 Cuban internationalism in Africa. Civil Cooperation with Angola and its Aftermath – Christine Hatzky

 

PART II: TRAJECTORIES

Chapter 5 The Experience of a Multidisciplinary Research into Angola’s National Question: Anthropology in a War Context – Pablo Rodríguez Ruiz

Chapter 6 Cuban-Congolese Families: From the Fizi-Baraka underground to Havana – Michel Luntumbue

 

PART III: VOICES

Chapter 7 Atlantic Voices: Imagination and Sound Dialogue between Congolese and Cuban singers in the 1950s – Charlotte Grabli

Chapter 8 Cultural Diplomacy in the Cold War: Musical Dialogues between Cuba and West Africa, 1960-1970 – Elina Djebbari

 

PART IV: RECONSTRUCTING HISTORY, RECONNECTING ROOTS

Chapter 9 The Construction of a Spiritual Filiation from Havana to Ilé-Ifé – Kali Argyriadis

Chapter 10 The Island, the Peninsula, and the Continent: Cuban American Engagements with Africa – João Felipe Gonçalves

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