Join us on November 15 as we celebrate the launch of Journey without End: Migration from the Global South through the Americas and University Press Week 2022.
Coauthors Andrew Nelson and Rob Curran will be visiting Vanderbilt University during University Press Week 2022 to discuss their combined research methods as an ethnographer and journalist working together on the global issues of migration, writing for a general trade audience.
During the book launch event, Nelson and Curran will be joined by VU faculty members whose work touches on aspects of the trajectory of Journey without End, extending to emerging democracies in Latin America, African migration to Spain, and the current plight of Haitian asylum seekers:
- Anna C. Tybinko, NEH Collaborative Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Spanish & Portuguese (moderator)
- Jonathan Hiskey, Professor of Political Science
- Jesús Ruiz, National Academy of Sciences Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Caribbean History
Sponsored by the Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies, and VU Heard Libraries, this book launch will be a hybrid in-person/virtual event, taking place in Vanderbilt University Central Library’s Community Room and simultaneously livestreamed via Zoom.
A limited number of complimentary lunches will be available for in-person attendees.
Register to attend in person: https://form.jotform.com/223069341846156
Register to attend via Zoom: https://vanderbilt.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Vye6vsVvT96_bnakDUwU4g
About University Press Week: University Press Week 2022 will take place November 14–18, highlighting the dedicated work in the university press community to seek out, engage, advance, and promote the latest scholarship, ideas, best practices, and technology.