In The Broken Village, Daniel R. Reichman tells the story of a remote village in Honduras that transformed almost overnight from a sleepy coffee-growing community to a hotbed of undocumented migration to and from the United.
In The Broken Village, Daniel R. Reichman tells the story of a remote village in Honduras that transformed almost overnight from a sleepy coffee-growing community to a hotbed of undocumented migration to and from the United States. The small village―called here by the pseudonym La Quebrada―was once home to a thriving coffee economy.
Reichman analyzes human migration and economic globalization via ethnography of a small Honduran village between 2001 and 2006. The book's title evokes the twin dislocations of economic globalization affecting the village―the volatility of coffee markets following the demise of the International Coffee Agreement in 1989 and the upswing in global human migration in the two decades that followed. The book examines migration, religion, and coffee-planting strategies as various potential coping mechanisms for dealing with these dislocations.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2011. 224 pp. Sarah Lyon University of Kentucky While it provides deep insight into the Honduran culture of migration and contemporary religious expression, at its heart The Broken Village is ultimately an exploration of the dominant ethos of individualism ultimately resulting from neoliberal political and economic transformations.
Daniel Reichman’s The Broken Village. Reichman’s compelling and eloquent case study of a rural. Honduran town not only reveals the systemic nature of this predicament using robust ethnographic. has the potential to save us all. According to Reichman, we need to look to Durkheim, not Weber. more on that in a moment), and we need to pay much closer attention to how processes of ‘depo-. liticization’ are changing the way ‘people think about their role as citizens within a defined col-.
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Reichman explores how the new "migration economy" has upended cultural ideas of success and failure, family dynamics, and local politics.