Cuba is witnessing profound change, uncertain yet pressing expectations, and the need to redesign its economic and political paradigms.
The objective of the Cuba IFP is to provide you with a unique research-oriented experience in which lectures and interactions with your peers from different countries provide you with a more in-depth understanding of global problems at play in a specific context. Studying the emergence of neoliberal practices in an allegedly market-less economy, of class and race disparity in a purportedly classless and post-racial society, and of gender equality in a highly gendered reality — these are some of the building blocks of a political grammar the Havana IFP will provide you with in order to ideally make you better citizens of your own country.
- Independent Research
- Faculty Support
- Travel and live in Cuba for nine weeks
- Local partnerships