Luis Martinez-Fernandez

Department of History Professor University of Central Florida culturaltranslations@yahoo.com Office: (407) 823-1169

Bio/Research

He has researched and written extensively on a wide range of topics on Cuba and the Caribbean. His publications include articles in Cuban Studies, Slavery and Abolition, Latin American Research Review, The Americas, Caribbean Studies, and in numerous anthologies and edited volumes. His books incl...

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Bio/Research

He has researched and written extensively on a wide range of topics on Cuba and the Caribbean. His publications include articles in Cuban Studies, Slavery and Abolition, Latin American Research Review, The Americas, Caribbean Studies, and in numerous anthologies and edited volumes. His books include: Torn between Empires (1994), Fighting Slavery in the Caribbean, (1998), Protestantism and Political Conflict in the Nineteenth-Century Hispanic Caribbean (2002), Frontiers, Plantations, and Walled Cities: Essays on Society, Culture and Politics in the Hispanic Caribbean (2011), and Revolutionary Cuba: A History (2014), which has been widely acclaimed as the most comprehensive and systematic study on the subject ever written. The book was featured in the 2014 Miami Book Fair International and received an award in the category of Best History Books from the International Latino Book Awards (2015). His most recent book is Key to the New World: A History of Early Colonial Cuba (2018).

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