In an era of mass mobility, those who are permitted to migrate and those criminalized, controlled, and prohibited from migrating are heavily patterned by race. This volume places race at the centre of its analysis; fourteen chapters examine, question, and explain the growing intersection between criminal justice and migration control.
Table of Contents
Prologue, Steven GarnerRace, Criminal Justice, and Migration Control: Enforcing the Boundaries of Belonging, Mary Bosworth, Alpa Parmar, and Yolanda VazquezI. RACE, BORDERS, AND SOCIAL CONTROL1: Race, Gender, and Surveillance of Migrant Domestic Workers in Asia, Maggy Lee, Mark Johnson, and Mike McCahill2: Portrait of a Human Smuggler: Race, Class, and Gender among Facilitators of Irregular Migration on the US- Mexico Border, Gabriella Sanchez3: Gender, Race, and the Cycle of Violence of Female Asylum Seekers from Honduras, Lirio Gutierrez RiveraII. RACE, POLICING, AND SECURITY4: Racism, Immigration, and Policing, Ben Bowling and Sophie Westenra5: Race, Gender, and Border Control in the Western Balkans, Sanja Milivojevic6: Visible Policing of Subjects and Low-Visibility Policing: Migration and Race in Australia, Louise Boon-Kuo7: Policing Belonging: Race and Nation in the UK, Alpa ParmarIII. RACE, COURTS, AND THE LAW8: Strangers in our Midst: The Construction of Difference through Cultural Appeals in Criminal Justice Litigation, Ana Aliverti9: Enforcing the Politics of Race and Identity in Migration and Crime Control Policies, Yolanda Vazquez10: Racialization Through Enforcement, Jennifer M. Chacon and Susan Bibler Coutin11: Refugee Law in Crisis: Decolonizing the Architecture of Violence, Eddie Bruce-JonesIV. RACE, DETENTION, AND DEPORTATION12: Understanding Muslim Prisoners through a Global Lens, Hindpal Singh Bhui13: 'Working in this place turns you racist': Staff, Race, and Power in Detention, Mary Bosworth14: Raced and Gendered Logics of Immigration Law Enforcement in the United States, Tanya Golash-BozaEpilogue: When Citizenship Means Race, Emma Kaufman