Marifeli Perez-Stable is a Professor of Sociology at Florida International University, and writes a biweekly column for the Miami Herald on Latin American issues.
Perez-Stable is the former vice president for democratic governance at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, DC. In April 2003, she chaired the Task Force on Memory, Truth, and Justice which published the report, Cuban National Reconciliation. Perez-Stableis the director of “National Dialogues on Democracy in Latin America, a project sponsored by the Inter-American Dialogue with the cooperation of the Organization of American States.
She is currently working on Intimate Enemies, a book about the United States and Cuba after the Cold War.
Professor of Sociology at Florida International University
Areas of Expertise: US-Cuba Relations, Sociology, Cuban Politics and History
Location: Miami, FL
Phone: (305) 348-1296
Heard on NPR All Things Considered: In Miami, Praise For Honduran President’s Ouster
Added January 2015
Last Verified: January 2015