Ernesto Domínguez López

  • Short CV,
  • Ernesto Domínguez López (2018) PhD in Historical Sciences (2011), Master in Contemporary History (2008) and BA in History from the University of Havana, all degrees awarded summa cum laude. Studied Nuclear Physics between 1995 and 2000. Full Professor at the Center for Hemispheric and United Studies (CEHSEU), University of Havana (since 2012). Coordinator of the US Study Group at CEHSEU (since 2015). Former Department Chair (2008-2010) and researcher (2008-2010) at the Center for European Studies. Has been Adjunct Professor at several Cuban universities: University of the Arts - ISA, Higher Institute of International Relations, Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technologies, Higher Institute of Design. Visiting professor, visiting scholar and visiting lecturer at several universities in Cuba, United States, Argentina and Colombia: Polytechnic University of Havana , University of Sancti Spiritus, University of Pinar del Río (Cuba), Princeton University, Columbia University, Stanford University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie-Melon University, Emory University, University of Virginia, University of South Carolina, Georgia State University, Hamilton College, Merrimack College, Arcadia University, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, University of Minnesota-Morris, Briar Cliff University (USA), Externado University of Colombia and National University of San Luis (Argentina). His research interests include the study of post-industrial capitalism, US political system and processes, Cuba-US relations, international relations, theory of history. He has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses on those subjects and fields like Cuban histoey, Cuban foreign policy, contemporary history, political economy, political sciences, and theory of history. He has published 49 articles and chapters in journals and books edited in Cuba, Mexico, Argentina, United States, Italy, Great Britain and France. He has authored two books (one published, one forthcoming) and edited other two (one published, one forthcoming). He has delivered 50 papers at scientific conferences, colloquia and congresses. Member of the National Doctoral Tribunals in Political Sciences (since 2013), Historical Sciences (since 2018) and Philosophical Sciences (since 2018); member of the Scientific Council and the Commission for Scientific Degrees of the University of Havana (since 2015). Coordinator of the Master Program in US Studies and Hemispheric Geopolitics (CEHSEU, since 2017). Former member of the Directive Board of the Cathedrae for the Study of Complexity (2010-2013).