Deportation, Race and Gender: Intersecting Disciplinary Regimes and Latinx Immigrant Families


This paper explores deportation as a gendered and racial system of discipline - one that has different gendered effects on Latinx families and individuals. Drawing on data from interviews and surveys with people who have had a... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Beth Baker (California State University, Los Angeles)
  2. Alejandra Marchevsky (California State University, Los Angeles)

Topic Areas

Feminist and Women's Studies , Gender Studies , Legal Studies , Social Science--Quantitative , Transnational


HIS-1 » Race, Gender, and the History of Migration (1:45pm - Thursday, 7th July, Arcadia)

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