Pardee Students Take Spring Academic Trip to Cuba

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March 20, 2017| Students from the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, along with BU students from other schools, took a recent academic trip to Cuba to learn about the cultural and historical aspects of Cuba’s foreign policy, with a particular emphasis on Cuba-Africa and Cuba-China relations.

Students also sat in on lectures by Boston University faculty leaders who went on the trip including Julie Klinger, Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Pardee School, Linda Heywood, Professor of African American Studies and History, and John Thornton, Professor of African American Studies and History. The trip is part of a one-credit class called Experiencing Cuba: History, Culture and Politics.

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