11. Neoliberalism, NAFTA, Immigration

Using the textbook Anthropology of Latin America and the Caribbean for Peoples of Latin America and Caribbean 2021, after “Violence, Memory, Justice” we read chapter 11, “Neoliberalism, NAFTA, and Immigration.” Next up, we finished the textbook with “Popular Culture.”


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