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Visiting Writer’s Series – No Word for Welcome: The Mexican Village Face the Global Economy

Author Wendy Call will be on campus Feb. 22

Author Wendy Call will be on campus Feb. 22.

Award winning author Wendy Call will talk about her book No Word for Welcome: The Mexican Village Face the Global Economy (Nebraska, 2011) starting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22 in the Regency Room of the UC.

No Word for Welcome received the Grub Street National Book Prize for Nonfiction.

Publishers Weekly said this of No Word for Welcome:

“Call is never dry or academic; rather, she writes lively narrative, detailed description, and engaging scenes that render her subjects – a schoolteacher, fisherman, activists-three-dimensional. By relating the lives and concerns of isthmus dwellers and the struggles they face, the author raises awareness of globalization’s effects on the village economy.”