It is a loss we bundle and hold with care as we look into its face and wonder how and what if and what now? Join our book release celebration and discussion with on his new book, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
What are you working on now? Migrants have also died while trying to cross the Rio Grande, a nine-year-old girl in March.
For the first time, this book offers a fascinating overview of famine foods—how they are used, who uses them, and, perhaps most importantly, why they may be critical to sustain human life in the future.
The series conceptualizes borderlands as both a place and a methodology and addresses the constraints of traditional fields challenging authors to think creatively and critically about the expansive frameworks and possibilities of borderlands studies.
This series will deepen our understanding of the ways in which gender, class, race, sexuality, and other intersectional concerns are reflected in humanities and humanistic social science borderlands scholarship.
Watch a recorded virtual book release with Heather Cahoon , then read her interview with Poetry Northwest , and her interview with us.
All readers are invited to come along on this exploration of Diné oral traditions.
They also provide a roadmap through a history of mediatized Latinxs that rupture stereotypes and reveal nuanced reconstructions of Latinx subjectivities and experiences.