October 9, 2003 - 4:00 PM
Jean Monnet Professor
Director European Union Center, University of Miami
Joaquín Roy (Lic. Law, University of Barcelona, 1996; Ph.D, Georgetown University, 1973), is Jean Monnet professor of European Integration at the School of International Studies, director of the European Union Center, and Senior Research Associate of the North-South Center, of the University of Miami. He was previously on the faculty of the School of International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University and Emory University. His research and teaching areas are the European Union, history of political ideas, Latin American thought, intellectual history and literature, contemporary ideologies, regional integration, transitions to democracy, and human rights policies. Cuba, Argentina, Spain, Central America, and European-Latin American relations are among his regional interests. His over 200 articles and reviews have been published in “Revista Iberoamericana,” “Journal of Inter-American Studies,” “Revista Española de Derecho Comunitario,” “Revista de Estudios Internacionales,” “Afers Internacionals,” “Política Exterior,” “Relaciones Internacionales,” and “The European Union Review.”
Among his 25 books are: Cuba y España: relaciones y percepciones (Madrid BCC, 1988), El pensamiento demócrata cristiano (Madrid ICI, 1991), The Reconstruction of Central America: the Role of the European Community (North-South Center, 1991), The Ibero-American Space/ El Espacio Iberoamericano (U.Miami/ University of Barcelona, 1996), Memorias de mi juventud en Cuba durante la guerra separatista (Barcelona: Península, 1999), La siempre fiel: un siglo de relaciones hispano-cubanas (1898–1998) (University of Madrid, 1999), and Cuba, the U.S. and the Helms-Burton Doctrine (University of Florida Press, 2000).