Includes bibliographical references (p. -228) and index.
|LC Classifications||F1776.2 .A78 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 243 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||2009277314|
Cuba and Western Intellectuals since Authors "This fascinating and important book describes the attitude of western intellectuals towards the Cuban Revolution in the early years after , and examines the way in which many of them participated in Cuba s cultural and political debate. culture of these countries by the interaction. This timely book presents a history of the relationship between the Cuban Revolution and intellectuals and activists in France, Britain and the United States, exploring the 'complete cycle' in this relationship and using it to examine the future of Cuba's symbolic status among intellectuals and activists in the West. Get this from a library! Cuba and western intellectuals since [Kepa Artaraz] -- "This book explores the relationship between the Cuban Revolution and Western intellectuals and activists during the early days of the Revolution in the s. Analyzing the cases of France, Britain. Buy Cuba and Western Intellectuals since by Artaraz, Kepa (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Kepa Artaraz.
az’s more recent study, Cuba and Western Intellectuals since (). Whereas Hollander portrays the intellectuals of the New York Left as “pilgrims” enchanted by their faith in an exotic revo - lution, Artaraz, from the other ideological extreme, mostly stresses the political consonance between Cuban socialism and the West-ern New File Size: KB. Cuba and Western Intellectuals since This book explores the relationship between the Cuban Revolution and Western intellectuals and activists during the early days of the Revolution in the : Burr Cook. What is more, as historian Rafael Rojas suggested, since , “revolution” in Cuba has become coterminous with government and nation, and functioned as “una metáfora más del poder—Fidel, Raúl, el Partido—, o como otro nombre del régimen, de la comunidad o del país.” 2 If the contours of the Cuban revolution are blurred, there Author: Yvon Grenier. Cuba and Western intellectuals since / Artaraz, Kepa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, p. Research output: Book/Report › Book - authoredCited by: 2.
In "Political Pilgrims," author Paul Hollander examines this bizarre phenomemon at length. Hollander wrote the book in during the Cold War, so the focus is on the intellectuals' embrace of the Soviet Union, Cuba, and Communist China during different eras in Cited by: Surprisingly, Cuba’s IMR in was lower than that of both the U.S. and Canada: deaths per 1, live births as opposed to in the United States and in Canada. This seems counterintuitive. How could a poor country like Cuba, whose income per capita is a fraction of those of developed countries, outperform two of the world’s Author: Luis Pablo de la Horra. Political Pilgrims: Travels of Western Intellectuals to the Soviet Union, China, and Cuba – (later Political Pilgrims: Western Intellectuals in Search of the Good Society) is a book published by American political sociologist Paul Hollander in Summary. Political Pilgrims, is a book is about 20th-century Western intellectuals who travel to the Soviet Union, Maoist Author: Paul Hollander. Cuba and Western Intellectuals since Cuba and Western Intellectuals since pp Artaraz K. () French Intellectuals And Cuba: A Revolutionary Working Model?. In: Cuba and Western Intellectuals since Palgrave Macmillan, New York. Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised : Kepa Artaraz.