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Our delegation of U.S. students, professors, and scholars will participate in this symposium hosted by the Cuban Institute of Anthropology and Cuba's Africa House Museum (Office of the Historian of Havana).  This year's program will be honoring the 30 year anniversary of the creation of the UNESCO Project: “Routes of the Rebel Slave: Resistance, Freedom and Heritage”, of which Cuba was a founding member.

Workshops conducted by subject matter experts from across the Americas will explore issues related to colonialism, resistance,  and more.


Visual Anthropology

Resistance & Marronage Processes  

Culture, Identity, and Otherness 

Cultural Resistance & Contemporary Creativity 

Sources of Popular Religiosity & Organizations of African Origin  

The Role of the Museum in Safeguarding Cultural Heritage 


Participation in Full Conference, Round Tables & Exhibits
Boutique Hotel Accommodations 
Cuban Tourist Visa & Health Insurance
Airport Transfers & Transportation to Program Events
Daily Breakfast, Welcome & Farewell Dinners
Thematic Visits Related to Conference Topics 

On-Site DTE Program Coordinator

Registration Deadline: December 3, 2023


per person (double occupancy)
+275 single supplement

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