The Nation and Its Peoples: Citizens, Denizens, Migrants

The Nation and Its Peoples: Citizens, Denizens, Migrants

By: Shannon Gleeson (editor), John Park (editor)Paperback

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With this volume, The University of California Center for New Racial Studies inaugurates a new book series with Routledge. Focusing on the shifting and contradictory meaning of race, The Nation and Its Peoples underscores the persistence of structural discrimination, and the ways in which "race" has formally disappeared in the law and yet remains one of the most powerful, underlying, unacknowledged, and often unspoken aspects of debates about citizenship, about membership and national belonging, within immigration politics and policy. This collection of original essays also emphasizes the need for race scholars to be more attentive to the processes and consequences of migration across multiple boundaries, as surely there is no place that can stay fixed-racially or otherwise-when so many people have been moving. This book is ideal as required reading in courses, as well as a vital new resource for researchers throughout the social sciences.

About Author

John Park John S.W. Park is Professor and Chair of Asian American Studies and an affiliated faculty member in Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He completed his doctorate in Jurisprudence and Social Policy at the University of California at Berkeley. From 2011 to the present, he has served as the Associate Director for the UC Center for New Racial Studies. Park writes and teaches on topics in race theory, immigration law and policy, and Anglo-American legal and political theory. His books include Elusive Citizenship: Immigration, Asian Americans, and the Paradox of Civil Rights (NYU Press, 2004), Probationary Americans: Contemporary Immigration Policies and the Shaping of Asian American Communities (Routledge, 2005, with Edward J.W. Park), and Illegal Migrations and the Huckleberry Finn Problem (Temple University Press, 2013). Shannon Gleeson Shannon Gleeson is Associate Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She received her Ph.D. in 2008 in Sociology and Demography from the University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on the workplace experiences of immigrants, the role of documentation status in stratification, andimmigrant civic engagement. Gleeson's work has been published in a range of journals including Latino Studies, Law & Social Inquiry, Law & Society Review, International Migration, and The American Journal of Sociology. Her book, Conflicting Commitments: The Politics of Enforcing Immigrant Worker Rights in San Jose and Houston, was published in 2012 by Cornell University Press.

Contents

Preface, by Howard Winant / Race and Immigration: An Introduction, by John Park and Shannon Gleeson / I. History / 1. Victor Bascara, "`The Filipinos Do Not Need Any Encouragement from Americans Now Living': On Dilemmas of Teaching and Being Taught Ethics Under Unethical Conditions." / 2. Jean-Paul de Guzman, "Race, Community, and Activism in Greater Los Angeles: Japanese Americans, African Americans, and the Contested Spaces of Southern California." / 3. John Park, "Getting Around the Law: Asians, Whites, and Land Ownership." / 4. Dylan Rodriguez, "`Allow One Photo': Prison Strikes as Racial Archives." / II. Race, Agency, Identity / 5. Lisa Garcia Bedolla and Claire Jean Kim, "Beyond Whiteness: Asian Americans and Latinos in the U.S. Educational Discourse." / 6. Irene Bloemraad, "`Ascriptive' Citizenship and Being American: Race, Birthplace, and Immigrants' Membership in the United States." / 7. Jennifer Jones, "Making Minorities: Mexican Racialization in the New South." / 8. Steve McKay, "Racializing the High Seas: Filipino Migrants and Global Shipping." / III. Institutions and Structures / 9. Shannon Gleeson, "Navigating Occupational Health Rights: The Function of Illegality, Language, and Class Inequality in Workers' Compensation." / 10. Tanya Golash-Boza, "Tattoos, Stigma, and National Identity Among Guatemalan Deportees." / 11. Anna Joo Kim, "Informality at Work: Immigrant Employment and Flexible Jobs in Los Angeles." / 12. Greg Prieto, "An Ethnographic Analysis of Mexican Immigrant Agency." / 13. Tom Wong, "Nation of Immigrants, or Deportation Nation? Analyzing Deportation and Returns in the United States, 1892 to 2010."

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780415658904
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 312
  • ID: 9780415658904
  • weight: 408
  • ISBN10: 041565890X

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