Isabel Pérez Farfante de Canet

@inproceedings{Bauer2010IsabelPF,
  title={Isabel P{\'e}rez Farfante de Canet},
  author={Raymond T. Bauer},
  year={2010}
}
Isabel (Isa) Pérez Farfante had a long, interesting, and productive life, both professionally and personally, whose course was profoundly affected by historical events. Her parents emigrated from Spain to Cuba, where Isa was born. As a young teenager, Isa was sent by her parents to live with relatives in Asturias, Spain, to pursue her high school education. She later began studies at the Universidad Central de Madrid, but these were interrupted by the Spanish Civil War. Isa and her family… Expand
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