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The Threat of Race: Reflections on Racial Neoliberalism
The Threat of Race is an extraordinarily wideranging book that seeks to describe and explain the politics of race in five different regional contexts*the United States, Europe, Latin America,Expand
The Latino Threat: Constructing Immigrants, Citizens and the Nation
knowledge of local languages and political structures, their willingness to renounce their homeland citizenship despite the Swiss recognition of dual citizenship, and their lack of a record ofExpand
Transnationalism in Question1
This article seeks to critically engage the new literature on immigrant transnationalism. Connectivity between source and destination points is an inherent aspect of migrations, but migrationExpand
Negotiating Extra-Territorial Citizenship: Mexican Migration and the Transnational Politics of Community
NEGOTIATING EXTRA-TERRITORIAL CITIZENSHIP: MEXICAN MIGRATION AND THE TRANSNATIONAL POLITICS OF COMMUNITY Monograph No. 2: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies University of California, SanExpand
Towards a Theoretical Ethnography of Migration
Ethnographers' long-standing interest in migration has taken on new significance as researchers grapple with globalization on the ground. Building on the transnationalism literature, I explore howExpand
Beyond ‘transnationalism’: Mexican hometown politics at an American labour union
Abstract The controversial notion of “transnationalism” has generated new insights into international migrants’ on-going ties with their communities of origin, but its problematic conceptualizationExpand
The Routledge International Handbook of Migration Studies
largely been confined to the sociology of work and social movements—into the study of collective violence and collective memory. Göc xek demonstrates that the exercise of violence against anotherExpand
Inside the Sending State: The Politics of Mexican Emigration Control 1
The social science of international migration has generally ignored labor emigration control policies. In the critical case of Mexico, however, the central government consistently tried to controlExpand
The Sociology of Refugee Migration
Theorization in the sociology of migration and the field of refugee studies has been retarded by a path-dependent division that we argue should be broken down by greater mutual engagement. ExcavatingExpand
A comparativist manifesto for international migration studies
Abstract Drawing on thirteen years of fieldwork among Mexican migrants in the United States and Mexico and comparisons of immigration policy throughout the Americas, this paper systematicallyExpand
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