A • Historia económica, social y política.
Universidad de Cartagena de Indias.
B • Frontera, Sociedad y Cultura en el Caribe y Latinoamérica
• Información del grupo
• Polo Acuña, José
• Acevedo, Rafael Enrique
• Bonilla Vélez, Gloria
• Ernst Cwik, Christian Daniel
• Gutiérrez Sierra, Edgar
C • El Caribe, Centroamérica y el Atlántico.
Centro de Estudios Atlánticos y Globales de la Leibniz Universität Hannover
D • Estudios del Caribe Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo-Colegio de Michoacán-UNAM
E • GRIAHAL.
CICC, Universidad de Cergy-Pontoise
F • Historia Social. Universitat Jaume I. Web»
• José Antonio Piqueras
Historia económica, social y política
Frontera, Sociedad y Cultura en el Caribe y Latinoamérica
El Caribe, Centroamérica y el Atlántico
Estudios del Caribe
Professor Emeritus of the Paris VIII University where he spent the greatest part of his academic career, from Probationary Lecturer (1968) to Full Professor (1985).
Scientific researcher associated to the GRIAHAL (University of Versailles-St.Quentin en Yvelines, team direction: Sylvie Bouffartigue).
In the Department of Hispano- and Hispano-American Studies of the University of Paris VIII, Paul Estrade gave essentially lessons on contemporary Latin-American history; he was responsible for the doctoral formation and personally assumed the direction of about fifteen really supported doctoral thesis.
He is author of more than 190 papers and chapters of collective books.
His main studies concern the history of Cuba and of the Hispanic Caribbean (19th century) and the separatist thinking in the West Indies (Martí, Betances).
Last published books
He founded and managed (1984-1997) the group for inter-university and inter-disciplinary studies “History of the Hispanic West Indies” (HAH, Histoire des Antilles Hispaniques), and was thus editor of the journal collection “History of the Hispanic West Indies” (21 volumes).
Out of France, Paul Estrade gave several conferences in different countries; he was member of the Scientific Section of the Casa de Velázquez (Madrid) and he has been twice chosen as a member of the selection committee of the literary prize “Casa de las Américas”.
He is still permanent Invited Professor of La Habana University and member of the Selection Committee of the International Prize José Martí awarded by the UNESCO.
In addition to the Caribbean studies, P. Estrade devoted himself to the theme of validity and permanent actuality of the Latin-America concept; to the Franco-Cuban relations during last centuries.
Moreover, he has written half a dozen of books treating of local history of the region from which his family originates (Corrèze Department).