Woodrow Wilson Center Reports on the Americas, 2003
Conference Organizer & Editor: Margaret E. Crahan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I Religion, Culture, and Society: Theoretical, Methodological, and Historical Perspectives
Chapter 1 Theoretical and Methodological Reflections about the Study of Religion and Politics in Latin America, Daniel H. Levine, University of Michigan.
Chapter 2 Civil Society in Cuba: A Conceptual Approach\, Ariel Armony, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars & Colby College.
Chapter 3 Cuban Diasporas: Their Impact on Religion, Culture, and Society Margaret E. Crahan, Hunter College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Chapter 4 The Evolution of Laws Regulating Associations and Civil Society in Cuba Alfonso Quiroz,Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars & Baruch College & The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Chapter 5 Foreign Influence through Protestant Missions in Cuba, 1898-1959:A Quaker Case Study Karen Leimdorfer, University of Southhampton
Chapter 6 The Jewish Community in Cuba in the 1990s Arturo López Levy, Columbia University
Part II Religion, Culture, and Society: Transnational Perspectives
Chapter 7 The Catholic Church and Cuba’s International Ties Thomas E. Quigley, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Chapter 8 Religion and the Cuban Exodus:A Perspective from Union City, New Jersey Yolanda Prieto, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Chapter 9 Cuba’s Catholic Church and the Contemporary Exodus Silvia Pedraza, University of Michigan
Chapter 10 God Knows No Borders:Transnational Religious Ties Linking Miami and Cuba Katrin Hansing & Sarah J. Mahler, Florida International University