Professor Jonah Steinberg begins research project and finishes second book

Professor Jonah Steinberg has begun a new project in Marseille, France, where he looks at sections where the Romas and the refugees intersect. His focus is on their relationship and the feelings that stem from this: segregation, expulsion, and rejection.

After travelling back and forth between Burlington and India for years, he is also writing the finishing lines of his second book Garland of Bones, which will be published by Yale University Press. He relates the story of the thousands of children throughout India that run away from home and live by the train tracks. Their futures hold a series of heartbreaking traumas: HIV, tuberculosis, train accidents, and so much more. Stay tuned for release dates.

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