Cuba and the Internet: Digital Santería

While under Western standards Cuba is an unconnected nation, their people has developed a set of unconventional and resourceful practices that had allowed them to access digital technologies under their own terms. Traces of Cuban political and religious history can be found in these practices, and with the imminent popularization of mobile connections, the communist island is at a crucial moment of their digital history.

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Danae Tapia

Danae Tapia

Chilean writer based in Rotterdam. Mozilla fellow. My interests are posthumanism, sorcery and technology.

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