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  Volume 60, Number 3, September 2008

Table of Contents

From: American Quarterly

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Nation and Migration: Past and Future


pp. v-viii

Introduction: Nation and Migration

pp. 503-521

Citizenship and State Power

The Deportation Terror

pp. 523-551

Immigration Enforcement and the Complication of National Sovereignty: Understanding Local Enforcement as an Exercise in Neoliberal Governance

pp. 553-573

“Citizenship Matters”: Lessons from the Irish Citizenship Referendum

pp. 575-599

New Americans or Diasporic Nationalists?: Mexican Migrant Responses to Naturalization and Implications for Political Participation

pp. 601-624


Transnationalism: A Category of Analysis

pp. 625-648

“The Birth of a European Public”: Migration, Postnationality, and Race in the Uniting of Europe

pp. 649-670

Enforcing Transnational White Solidarity: Asian Migration and the Formation of the U.S.-Canadian Boundary

pp. 671-696

Migrant Experiences

Flexible Citizenship/Flexible Empire: South Asian Muslim Youth in Post-9/11 America

pp. 697-720

Beyond Mexico: Guadalupan Sacred Space Production and Mobilization in a Chicago Suburb

pp. 721-747

Mexican Nationalisms, Southern Racisms: Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the U.S. South, 1908–1939

pp. 749-777

Unskilled Labor Migration and the Illegality Spiral: Chinese, European, and Mexican Indocumentados in the United States, 1882–2007

pp. 779-804

Writing Migration

“World-Menace”: National Reproduction and Public Health in Katherine Mayo’s Mother India

pp. 805-827

Re-Producing a Nationalist Literature in the Age of Globalization: Reading (Im)migration in Julia Alvarez’s How the García Girls Lost Their Accents

pp. 829-850

Event Review

The Immigrant Rights Movement on the Net: Between “Web 2.0” and Comunicación Popular

pp. 851-864



pp. 865-869

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