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Envisioning Alternative Cuban Identities: How Black and Native Studies Inform Afro-Cuban Futures
Considering the shared, lived experiences of Afro-Cubans and Taíno Indians under conquest reveals the violent, repressive conditions of nationalist ideologies and colonial domination that have continued to obscure these ...
Back from the U.S.S.R.: Soviet Jewish Immigrants in a Fractured Promised Land
Between 1989-2001, 1.5 million Soviet Jews emigrated to Israel, representing the largest immigrant wave in the country’s history. Since their arrival, the Former Soviet Union (FSU) immigrant community has formed a salient ...
The effect of one proton on the possible pathways of another proton in yttrium-doped barium zirconate
Proton conduction is a crucial property of fuel cell electrolytes. Unlike oxide-ion conductivity in oxide-ion conductors, proton conductivity occurs at a lower temperature (less than 600◦C), enhancing material stability ...