Review of Caravaneros, by Douglas Oviedo
These bibliographical notes review the book Caravaneros, by Douglas Oviedo, the first work of a testimonial nature that emerged from within the Central American caravan that arrived in Tijuana, Baja California, in November 2018, with the aim of entering the United States. . The most outstanding aspects of the work are highlighted, their contributions to the field of migratory studies and the relevance of the work in understanding the phenomenon of migrant caravans in the contemporary context.
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