The Cuban Monographs Collection includes materials on Cuba’s colonial past, efforts for self-governance, slavery, nationalism, foreign investment, crime, women’s rights, spirituality, popular culture and human rights. This collection is growing in collaboration with international partners who are working to identify and digitize Cuban monographs for which we have the right/permission to reproduce and provide public access. The scope includes all monographs published in Cuba, as well as the publications of important Cuban intellectuals published outside of Cuba. Cuban monographs also are available in the Cuban Thinkers & Intellectual Leaders digital collection and the Cuban Law digital collection.
A number of these are truly unique items, and have been identified as such by special review as part of the Social Science Research Council Cuba Libro project: click here link for details.
For more information on potential future holdings, please see the lists of Cuban imprints published through 1900 in UF's Harold and Mary Jean Hanson Rare Book Collection: