BOOK REVIEW Migrant Deaths in the Arizona Desert: La together, this edited volume is a rich time vida no vale nada. Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith, capsule documenting a unique Celestino Fernández, Jessie K. Finch, and convergence of voices. Each chapter Aracelia Masterson-Algar, eds., Tucson: explores the disquieting relationship University of Arizona Press, 2016, 302 pp. between evidence and absence that surrounds migrant deaths, ranging from John Doering-White Celestino Fernandez and Jessie K. Finch’s University of Michigan analysis of death themes within regional folks songs to Anna Ochoa O’Leary’s The number of undocumented migrants interviews with recently deported women dying and disappearing while crossing navigating the gendered gap in rising into the United States has increased smuggling fees. The fact that smuggling dramatically over the past 20 years. fees continue to rise in the first days of the Contributing to this rise are U.S. Trump presidency, when the discursive government initiatives that have pushed importance of the U.S.–Mexico border is as undocumented border crossers into hostile high as ever, is also a testament to the and desolate desert terrain by intensifying timeliness of this book. enforcement at more urban crossings. The diversity of voices that make up this Migrant Deaths in the
Medical Anthropology Quarterly – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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