NAPA Bulletin, Number 31, Invisible Anthropologists: Engaged Anthropology in Immigrant Communities
August 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
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Engaging with the Immigrant Human Rights Movement in a Besieged Border Region: What Do Applied Social Scientists Bring to the Policy Process? (Josiah McC. Heyman, Maria Cristina Morales, Guillermina Gina Núñez).
Immigrants Fleeing a Dying Industry: Applying Rapid Ethnographic Assessment Procedures to the Study of Tobacco Farmworkers (David Griffith).
Juramentos and Mandas: Traditional Catholic Practices and Substance Abuse in Mexican Communities of Southeastern Pennsylvania (Víctor García, Laura González).
The Soccer Wars: Hispanic Immigrants in Conflict and Adaptation at the Soccer Borderzone (Tim Wallace).
Life in the 813: One day a Migrant Student, the Next a Gangster (Alayne Unterberger).
Thirty Cans of Beef Stew and a Thong: Anthropologist as Academic, Administrator, and Activist in the U.S.–Mexico Border Region (Konane M. Martínez)
Inventing a Public Anthropology with Latino Farm Labor Organizers in North Carolina (Sandy Smith-Nonini).
Biosketches of Authors.
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