La Casa de Africa, Museo de la Ciudad. Boletin, Nos. 1-3; 5-6 (lacking no. 4). Havana: Casa de Africa, 1986-1989.
Irregular issues: each approx. 20.8 x 16 cm and 50-70 pp.; in orig. stapled wrappers, generally very good, newsprint toned as expected, no. 6 with photographic reproductions.
La Casa de Africa was founded in 1986 as part of a broad reassessment of the history of slavery in Cuba, transculturation, and the significance of African arts, languages, music, ethnography, and religions to the development of modern Cuban culture. The bulletin reproduced scholarly papers on Afro-Cuban studies in Cuba and international conferences. The intermittently self-published serial ran for approximately three years (most issues with publication years (not months); nos. 1, 5, and 6 numbered.
Uncommon, no other issues currently on the market and only one run located in institutional holdings (OCLC).