Elizabeth Dore is author of Cuban Lives: What Difference Did a Revolution Make? (Verso Books, 2017). She is Professor Emeritus of Latin American Studies, University of Southampton. [email protected]. The oral history project is under the auspices of the University of Southampton in the UK, and the Centro Nacional de Educación Sexual (CENESEX) in Cuba, whose Director is Mariela Castro Espín.
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