Antoni Kapcia is professor and head of the Centre for Research on Cuba, University of Nottingham. His latest book is Leadership in the Cuban Revolution: The Unseen Story (Zed, 2014). His previous books include Cuba: Island of Dreams (Berg, 2000) and Cuba in Revolution: A History since the Fifties (Reaktion, 2008).
Antoni Kapcia es professor y director del Centre for Research on Cuba, de la Universidad de Nottingham. Su último libro se intitula Leadership in the Cuban Revolution: The Unseen Story (Zed, 2014). Anteriormente publicó Cuba: Island of Dreams (Berg, 2000) y Cuba in Revolution: A History since the Fifties (Reaktion, 2008).
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