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About the Journal
Print ISSN: 1756-3461 / e-ISSN: 1756-347X
The International Journal of Cuban Studies (IJCS) is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed academic journal providing a publication opportunity for scholarly work on Cuba and related topics. It encourages submissions from the whole range of disciplines and from multi-disciplinary perspectives. It is published by Pluto Journals on behalf of the International Institute for the Study of Cuba, with articles in English and Spanish.
Aims & Scope
IJCS aims to provide a forum for objective investigation and informed debate, and a publication opportunity for scholarly work, on the nature of the Cuban experience: its historical context; its international image and relationships; its scientific, cultural and social achievements; its future orientation; and similar topics. It encourages submissions from the whole range of disciplines and from multi-disciplinary perspectives. The journal takes a broad view of the emerging and diverging positions held within Cuba and outside. Published worldwide, the journal encourages the exchange of experience and expertise between contributors and readers across continents and between countries.
The Journal is published by Pluto Journals on behalf of the International Institute for the Study of Cuba, with articles in English and Spanish. It is published twice a year, in June and December. The Journal is indexed in Scopus, and the electronic journal is archived in Portico. Further information can be found on the website of International Institute of the Study of Cuba, here.
Professor Patrick Pietroni, International Institute for the Study of Cuba, United Kingdom
Dr Stephen Wilkinson, University of Buckingham, United Kingdom
Dr Al Campbell, University of Utah, USA
Dr. Rafael Hernández, Editor of Temas, Cuba
Dr John M. Kirk, Dalhousie University, Canada
Dr Eloise Linger, State University of New York, Old Westbury, USA
Professor Luís Montero, Facultad de Química, Universidad de Habana, Cuba
Dr Ricardo Torres, Universidad de Habana, Cuba
Dr Sonia Trigueros, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Dr Julia Wright, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Read the Journal Online
The journal is published Open Access and all current and back issues are available on Science Open.
You can find the abstracts and links to the latest issues of the journal on our website here.
Recent articles available to read online from the Journal:
“¿Pueden las empresas estatales cubanas pagar mayores salarios?” Ricardo González Aguila and Leandro Zipitría, Vol. 12, No. 2 (2020).
“Cuba, agriculture and socialist renewal”, Ingrid Hanon, Vol. 12, No. 2 (2020)
“Meeting the UN’s development targets in Cuba: lessons from the global south”, Emily J. Kirk and Chris Walker, Vol. 12, No. 2 (2020)