Table of contents for Latinos and citizenship : the dilemma of belonging / edited by Suzanne Oboler.


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Introduction: Redefining Citizenship as a Lived Experience--Suzanne Oboler * "How They Ignore our Rights as American Citizens:" Puerto Rican Migrants and the Politics of Citizenship in the New Deal Era--Lorrin Thomas * The Legal Production of Mexican/Migrant "Illegality."--Nicholas de Genova * Regulating Transnational Citizens in the Post-1996 Welfare Reform Era: Dominican Immigrants in New York City--Greta Gilbertson * Dual Citizenship and Political Participation: Migrants in the Interplay of United States and Colombian Politics--Cristina Escobar * Roads to Citizenship: Mexican Migrants in the United States--Alejandra Castañeda * Boundaries, Language, and the Self: Issues Faced by Puerto Ricans and Other Latin/o College Students--Bonnie Urciuoli * Necesidades y Problemas: Immigrant Latina Vernaculars of Belonging, Coalition, and Citizenship in San Francisco, California--Kathleen Coll * "Getting out the Vote" in Los Angeles: The Mobilization of Undocumented Migrants in Electoral Politics--Monica W. Varsanyi * "Wise Up!" Undocumented Latino Youth and the Struggle for Higher Education Access--Hinda Seif * Delinquent Citizenship, National Performances: Racialization, Surveillance, and the Politics of "Worthiness" in Puerto Rican Chicago--Ana Yolanda Ramos-Zayas * Transforming Citizenship: Membership, Strategies of Containment, and the Public Sphere in Latino Communities--Raymond Rocco
Introduction: Redefining Citizenship as a Lived Experience--Suzanne Oboler * "How They Ignore our Rights as American Citizens:" Puerto Rican Migrants and the Politics of Citizenship in the New Deal Era--Lorrin Thomas * The Legal Production of Mexican/Migrant "Illegality."--Nicholas de Genova * Regulating Transnational Citizens in the Post-1996 Welfare Reform Era: Dominican Immigrants in New York City--Greta Gilbertson * Dual Citizenship and Political Participation: Migrants in the Interplay of United States and Colombian Politics--Cristina Escobar * Roads to Citizenship: Mexican Migrants in the United States--Alejandra Castañeda * Boundaries, Language, and the Self: Issues Faced by Puerto Ricans and Other Latin/o College Students--Bonnie Urciuoli * Necesidades y Problemas: Immigrant Latina Vernaculars of Belonging, Coalition, and Citizenship in San Francisco, California--Kathleen Coll * "Getting out the Vote" in Los Angeles: The Mobilization of Undocumented Migrants in Electoral Politics--Monica W. Varsanyi * "Wise Up!" Undocumented Latino Youth and the Struggle for Higher Education Access--Hinda Seif * Delinquent Citizenship, National Performances: Racialization, Surveillance, and the Politics of "Worthiness" in Puerto Rican Chicago--Ana Yolanda Ramos-Zayas * Transforming Citizenship: Membership, Strategies of Containment, and the Public Sphere in Latino Communities--Raymond Rocco



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Hispanic Americans -- Politics and government.
Hispanic Americans -- Cultural assimilation.
Immigrants -- United States -- Political activity.
United States -- Ethnic relations.
Citizenship -- United States.