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This insightful new book offers a fresh perspective on immigration and its part in shaping the racial landscape of the US today. Moving away from one-dimensional views of this relationship, it emphasizes the dynamic and mutually formative interactions of race and immigration. Drawing on a wide range of studies, it explores key aspects of the immigrant experience, such as the history of immigration laws, the formation of immigrant occupational niches, and developments of immigrant identity and community. Specific topics covered include: the perceived crisis of unauthorized immigration; the growth of an immigrant rights movement; the role of immigrant labor in the elder care industry; the racial strategies of professional immigrants; and the formation of pan-ethnic Latino identities.
Written in an engaging and accessible style, this book will be invaluable for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate-level courses in the sociology of immigration, race and ethnicity.
- NAZLI KIBRIA is Professor of Sociology at Boston University
- CARA BOWMAN is a doctoral student at Boston University
- MEGAN O’LEARY is a doctoral student at Boston University
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: The RaceÐImmigration Nexus
- Chapter 2: Immigration Policy and Racial Formations
- Chapter 3: Race and the Occupational Strategies of Immigrants
- Chapter 4: Immigrant Identities and Racial Hierarchies
- Conclusions: Race, Immigration, and the American Dream