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Linda Green

Linda Green received her doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1993. She is a sociocultural and medical anthropologist who draws on insights garnered from more than two decades of field-based research that has centered on multi-dimensional aspects of violence, directed in particular against indigenous peoples in three regions: rural highlands of Guatemala, U.S.-Mexico borderlands and rural Alaska. She is a contributor to the new book "The Border and its Bodies."

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The Border and Its Bodies
Current Issues / Politics / Social Science
University of Arizona Press
November 2019
ISBN 9780816539475
304 pages
$60.00, INSTOCK
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The Border and Its Bodies examines the impact of migration from Central America and México to the United States on the most basic social unit possible: the human body. More/less

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