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Marisa Abrajano's book White Backlash: Immigration, Race and American Politics explores how immigration and the response to immigration is influencing voting patterns. Authors in the following titles also examine how the"fourth wave" of immigration,which is primarily Latino, is changing the larger culture and re-shaping civic engagement. Learn more about immigration and politics by reading...
Journalist Laura Tillman writes in The Long Shadow of Small Ghosts of a terrible murder and how it affected the community of Brownsville.
Mexican writer Carmen Boullosa has written Spanish language plays, novels,short stories, and essays that defy categorization. She writes literary fiction that deals with feminism and gender roles in a Latin American context.
in Dangerous When Wet: A Memoir Jamie Brickhouse writes a darkly comic autobiography about substance abuse and a strong mother and son relationship.
Ada Calhoun chronicles life, as well as the many deaths and rebirths of America's hippest neighborhoods, the East Village and the surrounding areas, in St. Marks is Dead.