This educational resource offers scholarship that analyzes migrations to and from southern spaces—both real and imagined—from the seventeenth century to the present. The multimedia articles, book reviews, interviews, and presentations in this collection critically examine Native American removal, African American migrations during and after slavery, and Latin American immigration.
Nowhere [yet Everywhere] in the World: Cuban History and Sexuality in the Dramas of Abel González Melo
En ningún [pero todo] lugar del mundo: Historia y sexualidad cubana en el teatro de Abel González Melo
Low-Wage Legacies, Race, and the Golden Chicken in Mississippi: Where Contemporary Immigration Meets African American Labor History