How Italy and the United States Cooperated to Manage Mass Migration Beginning in the Late Nineteenth Century Presents a Compelling Case for the Necessity of Understanding the Evolution of Migration Policy in a Transnational Frame.

Daniele Fiorentino, University of Roma Tre

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 Presented in Session 66. Surveillance States and the Rise of Barriers to the Freedom to Move: The Case of Italy and the US