Holguin city will host the 32nd National Congress of Cuban Historians, what indeed is an acknowledgement to local researchers.
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The remarkable work done in previous congresses by Holguin historians paved the way to now hosting this event, said Hiran Perez Concepcion, Holguin City Historian and one of the organizers of that meeting – April 23 thru 27.
Perez Concepcion confirmed that the event will tackle significant issues for historians; among them the aboriginal civilizations in Latin America and Cuba, as well the national liberation movement in the 19th century in eastern Cuba and the rest of the country.
They will also focus on the US-Cuba confrontation in the 20 and 21 centuries, and, the treatment to the historic personality of Fidel Castro Ruz, the Historic Leader of the Cuban Revolution, among other issues.
The 32nd National Congress of Cuban Historians will be attended by many delegates, but Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Cienfuegos and Holguin will be the largest represented provinces.
The meeting with history is a continuation of the Cuban Congress of History, held by remarkable researcher Emilio Roig, concluded saying Perez Concepcion.