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EH-261656-18
José Martí and the Immigrant Communities of Florida in Cuban Independence and the Dawn of the American Century
James Lopez, University of Tampa

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Center for José Martí Studies 2019 NEH Summer Institute Archive and Resources (Web Resource)
Title: Center for José Martí Studies 2019 NEH Summer Institute Archive and Resources
Author: James Lopez and Denis Rey
Abstract: This is the archive of teaching materials and research prospectuses produced by the 2019 NEH Summer Scholars. It also includes additional resources, including visiting faculty lectures, Power Points, Library Research Guides and more.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.ut.edu/academics/college-of-arts-and-letters/center-for-jos%C3%A9-mart%C3%AD-studies-affiliate/2019-neh-summer-institute-archive-and-resources
Primary URL Description: Main Page for the Archive

Teaching José Martí in the U.S. (Strategies and Practice) (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Teaching José Martí in the U.S. (Strategies and Practice)
Author: James Lopez
Author: Denis rey
Author: Rhi Johnson
Author: Rosa Soto
Author: Genny Ballard
Author: Lisa Nalbone
Author: Jenna Sciuto
Abstract: A workshop led by Institute co-directors López and Rey and five 2019 summer scholars to share and demonstrate approached to teaching the work of José Martí in the U.S. university classroom.
Date: 05/14/2020
Primary URL: https://lasaweb.org/en/lasa2020/
Primary URL Description: Conference Main Page
Secondary URL: https://members.lasaweb.org/pub/QRScan/Default.aspx?id=Q1W1V2a9C3an10Qgp24y&cs=1
Secondary URL Description: Conference Program
Conference Name: Latin American Studies Association 2020 in Guadalajara

Recovering Hispanic Literary Heritage Conference (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Recovering Hispanic Literary Heritage Conference
Author: Kenya Dworkin
Author: Zita Arocha
Author: Jonathan Alcantar
Author: Maria Pacheco Garcia
Author: Lisa Nalbone
Abstract: Cubanas on Nationalism, Class and Race Moderator: Bonnie Lucero, University of Houston Downtown Room: Houston “Hatuey: Tales of Revolution, Patria and Nationhood in la otra Cuba (1868-1898).” Jonathan Alcantar, University of Northern Colorado “Cuban Exile Newspaper Narratives of the Late 19th Century: How They Served as a Key Weapon in the Cause for Cuban Liberation from Spain.” Zita Arocha, University of El Paso “Through the Eyes of the Beholder: Cuban Revolution, Gender and Representations of Evangelina Cosío y Cisneros in American, Cuban and Spanish Newspapers (1897).” Marcia Pacheco García, University of Puerto Rico “Recovering Intersections of Race, Class and Gender: Miguel Govín's La novia del tabaquero (1947).” Lisa Nalbone, University of Central Florida “Performances in Black, White and Brown: the Impact of José Martí and Early Revolutionaries on Tampa's Cuban and Latin Culture.” Kenya C. Dworkin y Méndez, Carnegie Mellon University
Date: 02/22/2020
Primary URL: https://artepublicopress.com/conference/
Primary URL Description: Conference Main Page
Secondary URL: https://artepublicopress.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/XVConferenceProgram.pdf
Secondary URL Description: Conference Program (see page 19)
Conference Name: Recovering Hispanic Literary Heritage Conference

José Martí in Tampa Library Research Guide (Web Resource)
Title: José Martí in Tampa Library Research Guide
Author: Shannon Spencer
Author: James Lopez
Author: Denis Rey
Abstract: Welcome to the Macdonald-Kelce Library's guide on José Martí! This guide was developed to assist the participants of the National Endowment for the Humanities' Institute: José Martí and the Immigrant Communities of Florida in Cuban Independence and the Dawn of the American Century. The guide provides information on local historic sites connected to José Martí and the Cuban Revolution, research materials available through the Macdonald-Kelce Library, and additional resources. When you visit the Library, be sure to check out our displays on Jose Marti. These displays contain books and artifacts from our Special Collections.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: http://libguides.utopia.ut.edu/josemarti

1st Biannual Conference of the CJMSA: Envisaging José Martí in 2021: History Culture and Education" (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: 1st Biannual Conference of the CJMSA: Envisaging José Martí in 2021: History Culture and Education"
Author: López, James
Author: Rey, Denis
Author: Nalbone, Lisa
Author: Dworkin, Kenya
Abstract: With the desire to remain true to the Center for José Martí Studies Affiliate’s mission during pandemic times, the Center organized the virtual conference, “Envisaging José Martí in 2021: History, Culture and Education,” to gather teacher-scholars from multiple disciplines who are currently engaged in new scholarly, creative or educational work. The overall objective was to share established and ongoing scholarship, as well as creative and pedagogical projects related to the Center’s focus, and provide a platform and stimulate discussion regarding potential future projects and directions. The Center’s interests include, but are not limited to, the humanities, social sciences, creative arts, education, and digital approaches to these and other related disciplines. The Conference attracted over 40 participants with multiple panels over three days (January 28-30, 2021)
Date Range: January 28-30, 2021
Location: This was a virtual conference.
Primary URL: https://www.ut.edu/academics/college-of-arts-and-letters/center-for-jos%C3%A9-mart%C3%AD-studies-affiliate/1st-biannual-conference-x12288
Primary URL Description: This webpage contains the conference program and links to select recordings of individual presentations.


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