Founded in 1992 at The City College of New York, the Dominican Studies Institute of the City University of New York is the first and only university-based research institute in the United States devoted to the study of people of Dominican descent.
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The Two Nations of Quisqueya: Haitian Dominican Relations at the Turn of the Century
The Two Nations of Quisqueya: Haitian Dominican Relations at the Turn of the Century. Conference organized by the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute and HABETAC. The City College of New York, 1995. 7 Audio Tapes; 630 minutes.
This international conference brings together an impressive array of scholars and diplomats to reflect on the relationship between Haitians and Dominicans. Featuring Guy Alexandre, Luis Alvarez-López, Arnold Antonin, Josefina Báez, Jean Casimir, Jean Michel Caroit, Carolle Charles, Jean L. Dominique, Victor Espinal, Ana Garcia-Reyes, Ramona Hernández, Blas R. Jiménez, Carole Berotte Joseph, Jose Luis Keppis, Michel Laguerre, Denize Lauture, Nancy López, Wilfredo Lozano, Max Manigat, Manuel Matos, Michelle Montas, Remy Montas, Victor Morrisete, Frank Moya Pons, Francisco Rodríguez de León, Ruben Silie, A. Stevens-Acevedo, Silvio Torres-Saillant, Estela Vasquez, Bernardo Vega, Frantz Voltaire, Jocelyn Mccalla, George Celsion, and Lola Poisson.
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