Arvarh E. Strickland Room, Memorial Union
Professor Conrad James
Visiting Associate Professor in World Cultures and Literatures
Department of Modern and Classical Languages, University of Houston
A late 19th-century Afro-Cuban writer, Morúa Delgado was a leading political figure during the early Cuban Republic. His novels, Sofía and La familia Unzúazo, continue the tradition of anti-slavery narrative.
Co-sponsored with Black Studies for Black History Month
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