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Humanities educator

Madeline María Cámara, Cuban humanities educator. Panel presenter CuBanas, Miami, 1998; speaker Cuban Committee for Democracy, New York City, 1994; Member of Fulbright Association, S. Eastern Council on Latin American Studies, Association Letras Femeninas.

Background

Cámara, Madeline María was born on August 26, 1957 in Havana, Cuba. Arrived in the United States, 1992. Daughter of Raimundo Cámara and Neida Betancourt.

Education

Bachelor, Universidad de La Habana, Cuba, 1982. Master of Arts, Colegio de México, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1996.

Career

Editor El Caimán Barbudo, Habana, 1984—1986. Visiting professor Universidad de La Habana, 1984—1989. Editor Editorial Letras Cubana, La Habana, 1984—1989.

Visiting instructor University Central Florida, Orlando, 1996—1997. Assistant professor San Diego State University, 1996—2002. Associate professor University São Paolo.

Florida, Tampa, since 2002. Board directors Institute Cuban Studies, Miami, Florida.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Reviewer: journal Cuban Studies Journal, since 1999, columnist: newspaper El Nuevo Herald, since 1996. Author: (book) Vocación de Casandra, since 2001. Editor: Cuentos Cubanos Contemporaneos, since 1998, Cuba, The Elusive Nation, since 2000, La Letra Rebelde, Ediciones Universal, 2003, La Memoria Hechizada, Ediciones Icaria, 2003.

Membership

Panel presenter CuBanas, Miami, 1998. Speaker Cuban Committee for Democracy, New York City, 1994. Member of Fulbright Association, S. Eastern Council on Latin American Studies, Association Letras Femeninas.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cats, movies, travel.

Connections

Married Ralph Hansen, August 2, 1983 (divorced September 7, 1988). 1 child Lena Hansen; married Bovalem Bouchama, June 9, 1999.

father:
Raimundo Cámara

mother:
Neida Betancourt

spouses:
Ralph Hansen

Bovalem Bouchama

child:
Lena Hansen Cámara