A Case Apart?
This chapter establishes the argument of the book and summarizes the author’s contributions to Cuban and Mexican historiography, as well as to the emergent field of transnational studies. It introduces a new geographical framework, that of the Gulf World, and argues that adopting this framework can give us a new vantage point on Cuban Independence itself and on the impact of Cuban independence beyond the borders of the island of Cuba. Finally, it establishes this book as a work of social, political, intellectual, diplomatic and transnational history.
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