Research & Publications

Documenting the lives of 21st Century Mayan families “on the move”

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Census report from Zacualpa, El Quiché, Guatemala (2016) - English version

Seminar in Participatory-Action Research: Migration, Subjects and Territories

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A report on a pilot study with the campuses of Huehuetenango, Quetzaltenango and Quiché of the University Rafael Landívar (URL) in Guatemala

Manual de acompañamiento a las familias que quedan tras la migración

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"Manual for Accompanying Family Members who are 'Left Behind' after a Migration," a manual produced by our Human Rights and Migration Project in Zacualpa, El Quiché, Guatemala.

Las Familias Migrante y el Lenguaje: "...El que habla dos lenguas vale por dos"

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Migrant Families and Language: "...The person who speaks two languages has double the value" - Spanish version (2015)

Jesuit Refugee Service partnership

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Publications produced as part of our partnership with JRS

Documentando la vida de las familias mayas en tránsito en el siglo XXI

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Census report from Zacualpa, El Quiché, Guatemala (2016) - Spanish version

Herramientas y reflexiones para el trabajo con jóvenes...

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"Tools and reflections for working with youth: from our experiences in communities and educational centers in Zacualpa," a manual from our Human Rights and Migration Project in Zacualpa, Quiché, Guatemala (2016)

Migrant Families and Language: "...The person who speaks two languages has double the value"

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English version (2015)

Working with Survivors of Domestic Violence: A Training Resource Guide

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Training Resource Guide

Beyond Repair?: Mayan Women’s Protagonism in the Aftermath of Genocidal Harm

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By Dr. Alison Crosby & Center Co-Director Dr. M. Brinton Lykes (2019)

The New Deportations Delirium: Interdisciplinary Responses

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Editors: Center Co-Directors Dr. M. Brinton Lykes and Professor Daniel Kanstroom (2015)