The Undocumented Migration Project is a long-term anthropological project that draws on ethnography, archaeology, and forensic science to understand various aspects of clandestine migration between Latin America and the United States. Results of this research have been featured in a range of academic and popular media outlets. A major component of this project involves a summer field school run through the Institute for Field Research that trains undergraduate students in fieldwork methods while simultaneously exposing them to the realities of the undocumented migration experience. The following individuals were part of the 2015 field season in Chiapas, Mexico, and they contributed collaboratively to this photo essay’s captions: Andrea Delgado, Alejandra Díaz de León, Arianna Dixon, John Doering-White, Celina Doria, Anna Forringer-Beal, Amelia Frank-Vitale, Daniela Gutiérrez Escobedo, Emma Hays, Polina Hristova, María Inclan, Juan Mayorga, Lenica Morales-Valenzuela, Cristina Moreno, Anthony Quail, Jhimmy Sanchez, Austin Shipman, Chelsie Simonson, Greg Sollish, Haeden Stewart, and Jessica Tilton. Follow the project on Twitter @UMP_Michigan.