Season 2, Episode 1 – March 16, 2022
Dalia Caraballo Muller: Afro-Latina Identity, Cuban History, and the Impossible Project
In this episode of Dialogues in Afrolatinidad, Dr. Michele Reid-Vazquez speaks with Dr. Dalia Antonia Caraballo Muller, Associate Professor of History at the University at Buffalo, about transnational Cuban history and new ways of approaching racial history and social justice in the pedagogical environment.
Dr. Dalia Caraballo Muller
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