Legal classics library. Immigration law & policy in the U.S.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 443-482) and index.
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Introduction /Nathalie Peutz and Nicholas De Genova The deportation regime :sovereignty, space, and the freedom of movement /Nicholas De Genova Deportation, expulsion, and the international police of aliens /William Walters Immigration detention and the territoriality of universal rights /Galina Cornelisse Mapping the European space of circulation /Serhat Karakayali and Enrica Rigo From exception to excess :detention and deportations across the Mediterranean space /Rutvica Andrijasevic Deportation in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands :anticipation, experience, and memory /Victor Talavera, Guillermina Gina Nⵤnez, and Josiah Heyman Engulfed :Indian guest workers, Bahraini citizens, and the structural violence of the Kafala system /Andrew M. Gardner Deportation at the limits of "tolerance" :the juridical, institutional, and social construction of "illegality" in Switzerland /Hans-Rudolf Wicker Deportation deferred :"illegality", visibility, and recognition in contemporary Germany /Heide Casta䮥da Citizens, "real" others, and "other" others :the biopolitics of otherness and the deportation of unauthorized migrant workers from Tel Aviv, Israel /Sarah S. Willen Radical deportation :alien tales from Lodi and San Francisco /Sunaina Maira Fictions of law :the trial of Sulaiman Oladokun, or reading Kafka in an immigration court /Aashti Bhartia Exiled by law :deportation and the inviability of life /Susan Bibler Coutin "Criminal alien" deportees in Somaliland :an ethnography of removal /Nathalie Peutz Abject cosmopolitanism :the politics of protection in the anti-deportation movement /Peter Nyers.
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