Tag: Migration

“Saving the Life That Is Your Own”

“Saving the Life That Is Your Own”

Keira V. Williams, illustrations by Natalie Nelson
Faces of Time: The Braceros of Ciudad Juárez

Faces of Time: The Braceros of Ciudad Juárez

Charles D. Thompson Jr.
“Those who complain often don’t come back”: Stories of Migrant Life

“Those who complain often don’t come back”: Stories of Migrant Life

Kyle Warren, with photos by interns for Student Action with Farmworkers
New Roots/Nuevas Raíces: Stories from Carolina del Norte

New Roots/Nuevas Raíces: Stories from Carolina del Norte

Jaycie Vos, Maria Silvia Ramirez, Laura Villa-Torres, and Hannah E. Gill, with illustrations by Matthew Huynh
Community Archiving at the Southern Historical Collection

Community Archiving at the Southern Historical Collection

Southern Cultures
The Great Wagon Road

The Great Wagon Road

T. H. Breen
Another “Great Migration”: From Region to Race in Southern Liberalism, 1938–1945

Another “Great Migration”: From Region to Race in Southern Liberalism, 1938–1945

Peter A. Coclanis
The Social Origins of the Urban South: Race, Gender, and Migration in Nashville and Middle Tennessee, 1890-1930, by Louis M. Kyriakoudes (Review)

The Social Origins of the Urban South: Race, Gender, and Migration in Nashville and Middle Tennessee, 1890-1930, by Louis M. Kyriakoudes (Review)

Tom Hanchett
Your Dekalb Farmers Market: Food and Ethnicity in Atlanta

Your Dekalb Farmers Market: Food and Ethnicity in Atlanta

Tore C. Olssen
Longing: Personal Effects from the Border

Longing: Personal Effects from the Border

Susan Harbage Page
Bottling Hell

Bottling Hell

Anna Hamilton

Datil peppers sun on five bushes by the pool in Mary Ellen Masters’s backyard next to Faver Dykes State Park—a wild, scrubby preserve in south St. Johns County, Florida. Masters, whose family has lived in the area for nearly six generations, is renowned for her seemingly masochistic love of the spicy, heirloom peppers (a variety of Capsicum chinese similar in heat to the habanero) that are endemic to St. Augustine, Florida. Each year, she cooks 130 gallons of Datil-infused Minor-can clam chowder for the St. Ambrose Catholic Church Fair in Elkton, Florida, garnering her the undisputed title “Queen of Chowder.”

On the Participatory Archive: The Formation of the Eastern Kentucky African American Migration Project

On the Participatory Archive: The Formation of the Eastern Kentucky African American Migration Project

Karida L. Brown