Intern Guest Post: Books to Watch For in 2020

Written by Kaylyn Ling, editorial, design, and production intern at the University Press of Florida This past fall, I worked with a number of fascinating titles as an intern in the EDP department. I was constantly impressed by each author’s rich contributions to their field, as well as the insight and innovation of their editors and … Continue reading Intern Guest Post: Books to Watch For in 2020

Documenting the Undocumented

"While the U.S. immigration 'debate' turns strident in media circles, Caminero-Santangelo intervenes with a call to read carefully the more complex stories that define us as human and humane."--Debra A. Castillo, coeditor of Mexican Public Intellectuals "This insightful study brings together Latino fiction, journalistic books, and autobiographical accounts to consider how undocumented people are portrayed … Continue reading Documenting the Undocumented

Afro-Latin America – New Volume

The rise of Afro-Latin American social movements is the basis of a new book, edited by Syracuse University professors Kwame Dixon and John Burdick. “Comparative Perspectives on Afro-Latin America” (University Press of Florida, 2012) is a collection of original essays detailing the experience of blackness and cultural difference, black political mobilization and state responses to … Continue reading Afro-Latin America – New Volume