Tanya Sheehan, the William R. Kenan Jr. Associate Professor of Art, has edited a new collection of essays that thinks through photography’s long and complex relationship to human migration in the context of unprecedented dislocation and a global refugee crisis. Published by Routledge, Photography and Migration places into conversation media images and other photographs from diverse national, regional, and local contexts. Developed across 13 chapters, this conversation encompasses images, histories, and testimonies offering analysis of new perspectives on photography and migration today. This is the first book publication associated with the Photography and Migration Project, founded by Sheehan and based at Colby since 2014.