Saturday, November 18 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Yosemite (2nd Floor)

Session 148
Explaining Immigration and Alienage Federalism in the United States

Chair: Sarah Coleman , Texas State University
Discussant: Sarah Coleman , Texas State University

1. Immigrant-Serving Organizations and the Racial Politics of Immigration FederalismHana Brown, Wake Forest University; Jennifer Jones, University of Illinois at Chicago.

2. Media Coverage of Immigration Federalism: The Role of Experts in Framing Immigration and the Rights of Immigrants at the National and State LevelAllan Colbern, Arizona State University; Shawn Walker, Arizona State University.

3. Understanding Contemporary Immigration Politics in New Mexico and Arizona: The Chicano Movement (1962-1975) as Critical JunctureDoris Marie Provine, Arizona State University; Monica Varsanyi, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY).

4. Who Governed Nativist State Employment Laws? Mapping Alienage Federalism in the Early-to-Mid Twentieth-Century United StatesBrendan Shanahan, Yale University.

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