How Black employees of the USDA redirected some of its funds to support poor Black farmers
Mona Domosh is professor of geography at Dartmouth College. Her previous publications include Contemporary Human Geography: Culture, Globalization, Landscape (co-authored with Roderick Neumann and Patricia Price), American Commodities in an Age of Empire, and Invented Cities: The Creation of Landscape in 19th Century New York and Boston. She lives in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Disturbing Development in the Jim Crow South offers an extremely important story about race, international development, and forms of resistance to white supremacist logics and institutions within the regime of Jim Crow domestically and imperial expansion globally that is not well known. The empirical details make for a comprehensive analysis that is both engaging and revealing.--Anne Bonds, associate professor of geography, University of Wisconsin