Dr. Linda S. Howe is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance Languages at Wake Forest University. Dr. Howe’s research focuses on Cuban culture, art and literature. She is the author of Transgression and Conformity: Cuban Writers and Artists after the Revolution, numerous articles on Cuban culture, and several English and Spanish translations of fiction and poetry. In 1997, she founded Wake Forest’s summer academic program at the University of Havana, which she directed until 2005. In 2005, Dr. Howe curated an exhibition for the San Francisco Center for the Book, titled Journey to the Source: Handmade Books from Cuba and presented a workshop about Vigía books to students from area universities. In 2007, she presented a show at the Kohler Art Library of the Chazen Museum at University of Wisconsin in Madison.
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