Editors: Fran Ansley, Professor Emerita of Law, and Jon Shefner, Associate Professor of Sociology
Publication Date: 2009
Publisher: University of Tennessee Press
Synopsis: In recent decades, Latino immigration has transformed communities and cultures throughout the southeastern United States-and become the focus of a sometimes furious national debate. Examining Latino migration at the local, state, national, and binational levels, this book includes studies of southeastern locales and a statewide overview of Tennessee. This collection contains a broad base of contributions from legal scholars, sociologists, anthropologists, geographers, and political scientists.