Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the US South Book ´ 208 pages Õ Hannahredhead

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The Latino population in the South has than doubled over the past decade The mass migration of Latin Americans to the US South has led to profound changes in the social economic and cultural life of the region and inaugurated a new era in southern history This multidisciplinary collection of essays written by US and Mexican scholars explores these transformations in rural urban and suburban areas of the South Using a range of different methodolo

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Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the US SouthGies and approaches the contributors present in depth analyses of how immigration from Mexico and Central and South America is changing the South and how immigrants are adapting to the southern contextAmong the book’s central themes are the social and economic impact of immigration the resulting shifts in regional culture new racial dynamics immigrant incorporation and place making and diverse southern responses to Latino newcomers Various cha

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Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the US South Book ´ 208 pages Õ Hannahredhead µ The Latino population in the South has than doubled over the past decade The mass migration of Latin Americans to the US South has led to profound changes in the social economic and culturaPters explore ethnic and racial tensions among poultry workers in rural Mississippi and forestry workers in Alabama; the “Mexicanization” of the urban landscape in Dalton Georgia; the costs and benefits of Latino labor in North Carolina; the challenges of living in transnational families; immigrant religious practice and community building in metropolitan Atlanta; and the creation of Latino spaces in rural and urban South Carolina and Georgi