Tag Archives: Mexican Immigration

A Controversy in Tweets and Links

This post is about the American Dirt Controversy. It is as much archive and tracking an online news piece in my corner of the Twitterverse as it is about giving an account. In a previous post I wrote about the … Continue reading

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Podcasts on migration, asylum and border crossing

The following are a selection of podcasts that help understand migrant issues, asylum seeking and border crossing. Some look at the macro and others consider individual stories. Read this helpful advice on how to listen to podcasts for class. This … Continue reading

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‘Brighter from the off’: Stacey Dooley and the Mexican-US border

This week I watched Stacey Dooley in the US: Border Wars on BBC3 (thanks to Victoria McCollum for drawing my attention to it).  The documentary follows Stacey Dooley, a young investigative reporter, who speaks to people on both sides of the … Continue reading

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Juana in a Million and the Malinche Myth

On the 27th of October I attended Juana in a Million at the Brian Friel Theatre in Queens, that was part of the Belfast Festival.  It was an excellent one woman show and a very physical, dense and moving piece … Continue reading

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