UCL Research on Cuba

UCL academics currently engaged in research on Cuba’s history, economy and society include Dr Emily Morris (UCLIA), coordinator of the CRN, whose work focuses on the economy; Dr Kate Quinn (UCLIA; Cultural History), Professor Maxine Molyneux (UCLIA, Sociology, Gender); Dr Paulo Drinot (UCLIA, Che Guevara in Latin America); Professor Hal Klepak (Military History and Raúl Castro) and Dr Steve Cushion (Labour History).

The CRN works alongside Nottingham University’s Centre for Research on Cuba, the UK’s leading forum for postgraduate study on Cuba. It is also open to collaboration with other UK and European universities with research programmes on Cuba.

UCL academics’ published work on Cuba


Events on Cuba at UCL and other UK centres

Future events

February 21st 2018. Havana: Exceptions and Epitomes.
May 2018. Cuban Futures


Past events

October 9th 2017. UCL. Che Guevara: Man, Myth and Legacy
November 10th 2017. UCL. Aleida Guevara: Cuban Medical Internationalism