Introduction / Benjamin Bryce and Alexander Freund Canada and the Atlantic world: migration from a hemispheric perspective, 1500-1800 / José C. Moya A spatial grammar of migration in the Canadian-American borderlands at the turn of the Twentieth-century / Randy William Widdis Mexicans, Canadians, and the reconfiguration of continental migrations, 1915-1965 / Bruno Ramirez Sexual self: morals policing and the expansion of the U.S. Immigration Bureau at America's early Twentieth-century borders / Grace Peña Delgado Out of one borderland, many: the 1907 anti-Asian riots and the spatial dimensions of race and migration in the Canadian-U.S. Pacific borderlands / David C. Atkinson Bridging the Pacific: diplomacy and the control of Japanese transmigration via Hawaii, 1890-1910 / Yukari Takai Entangled communities: German Lutherans in Ontario and North America, 1880-1930 / Benjamin Bryce Religious borderlands and transnational networks: the North American Mennonite underground press in the 1960s / Janis Thiessen Epilogue: entanglements and the practice of migration history / Erika Lee.
This collection uses current cross-boundary theories in applied case studies to better understand how people, institutions, and ideas permeate geopolitical lines in North America.
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