Working the Boundaries Race, Space, And Illegality in Mexican Chicago
Working the Boundaries Race, Space, And Illegality in Mexican Chicago
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  • Comments: An ethnographic study of transnational migration, racialization, labor subordination, and citizenship in Chicago's Mexican migrant community Num Pages: 352 pages, illustrations. BIC Classification: 1KBBNC; 1KLCM; GTB; JFC; JHMC. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 153 x 223 x 23. Weight in Grams: 470. . 2005. Paperback. . . . . We ship daily from our Bookshop.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780822336150
  • ISBN: 0822336154
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  • Publisher: Duke Univ Pr



"Emphasizing a processual ethnographic approach that historicizes subjectivity,Working the Boundariesanalyzes transnational migration, racialization, class struggle, and state repression expressed through 'illegality' toward Mexicans in late-twentieth-century Chicago. Nicholas De Genova vividly renders 'Mexican Chicago,' where social relations are simultaneously imbricated in the U.S. political project of regulating labor and immigration and Mexican workers' immersion in regional economies and politics in Mexico. His at times provocative assessments of current scholarship will engender further clarity in research and policy discussions about Mexican migration, contributing to American studies, Chicana/o studies, and the ethnography of North America."-Patricia Zavella, coeditor ofChicana Feminisms: A Critical Readerde Genova, Nicholas is the author of 'Working the Boundaries Race, Space, And Illegality in Mexican Chicago', published 2005 under ISBN 9780822336150 and ISBN 0822336154.

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