Rebecca M. Schreiber
is an Associate Professor in the Department of American Studies at the University of New Mexico. Her research focuses on issues of migration between the United States and Mexico and considers relations to place, identity and dislocation through forms of visual culture.
Currently, Dr. Schreiber is working on a book project entitled Migrant Lives and the Promise of Documentation, which examines contemporary immigration issues in the United States through forms of visual representations. Specifically, this book explores how Mexican and Central American migrants and new immigrants have depicted themselves and their communities through documentary photography, audio, and film/video projects.
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