Review: Collisions at the Crossroads: How Place and Mobility Make Race, by Genevieve Carpio
Linda Ivey is a professor of history at California State University, East Bay. She earned her PhD in environmental history at Georgetown University. She is coauthor, with Kevin Kaatz, of Documents of the Japanese Internment: Eyewitness to History (2020) and Citizen Internees: A Second Look at Race and Citizenship in Japanese American Internment Camps (2017). She has also authored “Ethnicity in the Land: Lost Stories in California Agriculture” (Agricultural History, 2007); “Apples and Experts: Evolving Notions of Sustainable Agriculture” (Global Environment, 2014); “Protecting the People's Mountain: Hiking and the Roots of Environmentalism in Marin County,” in Sports in the Bay Area: Golden Gate Athletics, Recreation and Community (2017); and “Riotous Environments: Filipino Immigrants in the Fields of California,” in An Environmental History of Modern Migrations (2017). She is currently working on a history of forced migrations in the United States.
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Linda Ivey; Review: Collisions at the Crossroads: How Place and Mobility Make Race, by Genevieve Carpio. California History 1 November 2021; 98 (4): 124–126. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ch.2021.98.4.124
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