• Tyler Michael

    Someone else who very effectively analyzes the U.S.-Mexico border through Foucault’s tools is Gilberto Rosas in his book Barrio Libre. His perspective is rooted in anthropological methods and he expands outward from a somewhat-ethnography of youth who subvert border restrictions by exploiting sewer systems. It was a great read for me as someone who is new to understanding this discussion outside the narrow focus of U.S. political bickering, as it offers a fairly succinct history of the development of both states’ positions and policies as well as exploring the humanistic effects of such systems.

  • Natasha Jeffery

    Even though you do not read much, you can still sound
    intelligent during literary discussions =p

    Here are some tips !!!