Cuba: An Annotated Bibliography by Louis A. PerezCuba: An Annotated Bibliography by Louis A. Perez

Cuba: An Annotated Bibliography

byLouis A. Perez

Hardcover | March 1, 1988

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This bibliography provides a general guide to the literature on Cuba from 1512 to the present and identifies the major works in a wide variety of fields and disciplines, such as geography, archaeology, history, population and demographics, health and medicine, politics, economics, science and technology, literature, and the performing arts. This important work has been developed to include those materials that are at once comprehensive treatments of the subject, representative of the field and state-of-the-art, and suggestive of additional research. Preference has been given to English-language works and titles that are generally available to readers.
Title:Cuba: An Annotated BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:314 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:March 1, 1988Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313261628

ISBN - 13:9780313261626

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Editorial Reviews

?Probably no American scholar is better qualified to prepare a general bibliographic to Cuba than Perez (University of South Florida). He has written four monographs tracing Cuban history, 1878 to the present; a fifth, Cuba: Between Reform and Revolution, will be published this year. In addition, Perez has compiled two previous bibliographies: Cuban Revolutionary War, 1953-1958 (1976) and Historiography in the Revolution (CH, Feb '83). The present volume is a selective, annotated bibliography intended for generalists or other scholars working outside their specialty.. Preference is given to English-language sources and titles generally available outside Cuba. The 1,120 entries are arranged in 45 topical chapters with subjects ranging from Geography' to Mass Media.' History' has the most entries (170) followed by Foreign Relations, ' 'Politics, ' and 'Literature.' . . . The book fulfills its stated purpose and should prove helpful to students and scholars.?-Choice