Lexington Studies on Cuba | Rowman & Littlefield
Lexington Studies on Cuba
This series will publish texts on all aspects of Cuba, focusing on the post-1959 period. It seeks to be truly interdisciplinary, with studies of all aspects of contemporary Cuba—from foreign policy to culture, sociology, to economics. The series is particularly interested in broad, comprehensive topics (such as women in Cuba, economic challenges, human rights, the role of the media, etc.). All ideological positions are welcomed, with solid academic quality being the defining criterion. In exceptional circumstances edited collections will be considered, but the main focus is on high quality, original, and provocative monographs and innovative scholarship.

Editor(s): John M. Kirk (John.Kirk@Dal.Ca) and Mervyn Bain (mervyn.bain@abdn.ac.uk)
Advisory Board: Rafael Hernández, H. Michael Erisman, Karen Dubinsky, Sheryl Lutjens, Par Kumaraswami, Tony Kapcia, and Paolo Spadoni, William LeoGrande
Staff editorial contact: Nicolette Amstutz (namstutz@rowman.com)
« less more »
The People's Professors of Cuba: How the Nation Achieved Education for All
KATE MOODY
Lexington Books • December 2018 • Monograph
Moscow and Havana 1917 to the Present: An Enduring Friendship in an Ever-Changing Global Context
MERVYN J. BAIN
Lexington Books • December 2018 • Monograph
Youth and the Cuban Revolution: Youth Culture and Politics in 1960s Cuba
ANNE LUKE
Lexington Books • October 2018 • Monograph
Cuba's Forgotten Decade: How the 1970s Shaped the Revolution
EDITED BY EMILY J. KIRK; ANNA CLAYFIELD AND ISABEL STORY - CONTRIBUTIONS BY MERVYN J. BAIN; GUY BARON; ANNA CLA...
Lexington Books • August 2018 • Monograph
Everyday Adjustments in Havana: Economic Reforms, Mobility, and Emerging Inequalities
HOPE BASTIAN
Lexington Books • June 2018 • Monograph
Cuba’s Gay Revolution: Normalizing Sexual Diversity Through a Health-Based Approach
EMILY J. KIRK
Lexington Books • August 2017 • Monograph