Ernest Hemingway with sons Patrick and Gregory with kittens in Finca Vigia, Cuba in late 1942 or early 1943. Photo: JFK Library
Ernest Hemingway with sons Patrick and Gregory with kittens in Finca Vigia, Cuba in late 1942 or early 1943. Photo: JFK Library

HAVANA TIMES — The Ernest Hemingway Museum at Finca Vigia, in coordination with the Hemingway Chair of the International Institute of Journalism and the Cuban National Cultural Heritage Council, announce the 14th International Ernest Hemingway Colloquium to be held June 20th to 23rd, 2013, in Havana, Cuba.

The purpose of the event is to promote the exchange of information among similar specialists and institutions related with the Ernest Hemingway Museum and to discuss the most recent research of the life and work of the writer. In addition the Colloquium will commemorate the 90th anniversary of Hemingway’s first published work, “Three Stories, and Ten Poems,” and the 60th anniversary of his Pulitzer Prize.

Dr. Michael Connors’ presentation is sponsored by Fundacion Amistad, a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to foster mutual understanding and respect between the peoples of the United States and Cuba.

Dr. Connors serves as a board member of Fundacion Amistad. To advance its mission Fundacion Amistad sponsors educational exchanges and programs, research projects, and community outreach initiatives that deepen the American and Cuban peoples’ knowledge and appreciation of each other’s culture, history, and society.

If you would like more information on attending the Ernest Hemingway Colloquium please contact: [email protected]


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