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Boston University presents Cuba conference November 6, 2009

Posted October 29, 2009 by publisher in Cuba Politics.

Whither U.S.-Cuba Policy?

A Dialogue Between Policy Makers and Scholars

Opening Speakers: Senator John Kerry and Congressman Bill Delahunt

DATE:  Friday, November 6, 2009

TIME: Guests to be seated by 1.15pm; Talk begins at 1.30pm

PLACE: Boston University Trustees Ballroom (9th Floor), 1 Silber Way (formerly 1 Sherborn Street), Boston, MA 02215

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The conference will begin with opening speeches from Senator Kerry and Congressman Delahunt, which will be followed by a set of panel discussions on the future of U.S - Cuba relations featuring Jorge Dominguez, Mark Entwistle, Rafael Hernandez, Carl Meacham, Carlos Saladrigas, Paolo Spadoni and Miren Uriarte. The panel discussions will be moderated by Professor Susan Eckstein and Ambassador Paul Hare.

1.15pm Keynote Address (Senator John Kerry)
2.15pm Cuba Today
3.00pm U.S. Business and the Cuban Economy
3.45pm The Cuban Diaspora and Cuba
4.30pm Whither U.S Cuba Policy

Open to the public but seating is limited and first-come-first served only.

The conference is co-sponsored by the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, the Office of the Dean of the BU College of Arts and Sciences and BU Latin America Studies Program. The conference is supported by a grant from the Christopher Reynolds Foundation.

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Member Comments

On January 29, 2010, publisher wrote:

The Havana Journal is happy to announce that we are organizing a Cuba conference in Provincetown in June 2010.

On January 29, 2010, Yeyo wrote:

There is any web page for registration?

On January 29, 2010, publisher wrote:

You are quick grin

As of today, January 29, we have not opened it up for registration just yet but mouse over Attend and you will see the Registration link.

We will start marketing the conference next month and you’ll see it promoted here.