The Goizueta Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program provides assistance for supporting doctoral research at the Cuban Heritage Collection (CHC). The goal of the Goizueta Graduate Fellowships is to engage emerging scholars with the materials available in the CHC and thus contribute to the larger body of scholarship in Cuban and Cuban diaspora studies. Applicants with an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Cuba and its diaspora, of any time period are encouraged to apply.
Launched in 2010 with a generous grant from The Goizueta Foundation, the program has grown to support the research of 96 emerging scholars from 42 universities. In 2015 the Foundation made a $1 million gift to endow the program as part of the University’s Momentum2 campaign, allowing the CHC to continue awarding research funding to doctoral students and candidates enrolled in universities across the United States.
Due to the continuing impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on Library and University operations, we have temporarily suspended the award cycle for the Goizueta Foundation Graduate Fellowship program for the 2021-2022 academic year. Please refer back to this page during fall semester for more information on the 2022-2023 fellowship cycle.
University of Michigan | Anthropology
Independent Advertising in Cuba: A Lens on Economic and Social Change
Harvard University | History
The Construction of the “Afro-Cuban” Revolutionary Subject: The Intertwined Histories of Afro-Cuban Politics and Anthropology, 1940-1970
Brown University | History
David Roldán Eugenio
Rutgers University | Spanish & Portuguese
New Rhythms in the Streets of Havana: Spanish Gypsy Immigrants, between Minority and Elite Cubans
Carmen Pérez Torre
University of Pennsylvania | Hispanic and Portuguese Studies/Romance Languages
Counterhegemonic Mestizaje on a Changing Island: Punk Culture in Cuba
University of Maryland | Art History & Archaeology
Forms of Encounter: Zilia Sánchez’s “Topologías Eróticas” in 1960s New York
Florida International University | History
The Cuban Mahjar: Citizenship, Identity, and Lebanese and Syrian Migration to Cuba, 1880-1970
Lilianne Lugo Herrera
University of Miami | Modern Languages & Literatures
Mediated Archipelagoes: Theater, Women, and Media
Juan Esteban Plaza
Stanford University | Iberian & Latin American Cultures
The Riddles of Perspective: Secrecy Systems and Alternative Communities in Latin American Ethnography, novel, and film
Yairamaren Román Maldonado
University of California Berkeley | Spanish & Portuguese/Berkeley Center for New Media
Caribbean Imaginations in Twenty First Century Avant-Gardes
Questions about the fellowships program or application instructions should be directed to email@example.com.