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This Law Review bibliography on  Immigration contains 163 selected citations.  The articles in the database can be obtained at any law school library or through interlibrary loan from your local library. If you live outside the United States and have trouble locating a document you are interested in, please contact me.  This bibliography contains articles in the following areas:

Race/Ethnic Groups
 African
African American
Arab and Muslim
Asian American
Cambodian
Chinese
 
Cuban
Haitian
Japanese
Latina(o)/ Hispanic
Mexican
Southeast Asian
 
Selected Topics
Border Issues
Children and Teenagers
Chinese Exclusion
Citizenship
Civil Rights
Class
Criminal Justice
Detention
Disability
Domestic Violence
Economics
Employment and Labor
Gender Issues
Human Rights
 
Immigration, Generally
International Issues
Language Issues
Marriage and Spousal Issues
Miscellaneous
Property and Land
Race
Racial Profiling
Racism
Refugee
Sexual Orientation
War on Terror
Welfare
Whiteness

Law Review Citations

 

African

 

 

 

Briant, Natalie and Andrew Kennedy

 

An Investigation of The Perceived Needs And Priorities Held by African Refugees in an Urban Setting in a First Country of Asylum 17 Journal of Refugee Studies 437 (December, 2004)

 

Newton, Andowah A.

 

Injecting Diversity into U.s. Immigration Policy: the Diversity Visa Program and the Missing Discourse on its Impact on African Immigration to the United States, 38 Cornell Int'l L.J. 1049 (Cornell International Law Journal Fall 2005)

 

African American / Black American

 

Cordell, LaDoris Hazzard,

 

Black immigration: disavowing the stereotype of the shiftless negro, Judges Journal 25 n2 18(6) Spr, 1986

 

Rubaii-Barrett, Nadia,

 

Help or Hindrance? The Economic Implications of Immigration for African Americans.(Review) (book review), American Review of Public Administration 30 2 205-210 June, 2000

 

Hing, Bill Ong

 

Immigration Policies:  Messages of Exclusion to African Americans, 37 How. L.J. 237 (Howard Law Journal Winter, 1994)

 

Lewis, Hope

 

Universal Mother: Transnational Migration and the Human Rights of Black Women in the Americas, 5) J. Gender Race & Just. 197 (Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Fall 2001)

 

Olivas, Michael A.

 

The chronicles, my grandfather's stories, and immigration law: the slave traders chronicle as racial history. (A Forum on Derrick Bell's Civil Rights Chronicles) , Saint Louis University Law Journal 34 n3 425-441 Spring, 1990

 

Arab and Muslim

 

 

 

Akram Susan M.

 

Race, Civil Rights, and Immigration Law after September 11, 2001: the Targeting of Arabs and Muslims Migration Regulation Goes Local: the Role of States in U.s. Immigration Policy',, , 58 N.y.u. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 295 New York University Annual Survey of A

 

Twibell,  Ty S. Wahab

 

The Road to Internment: Special Registration and Other Human Rights Violations of Arabs and Muslims in the United States,  29 Vt. L. Rev. 407 Vermont Law Review Winter, 2005 

 

Asian American

 

 

 

Ancheta, Angelo N.

 

Our Immigrant Heritage:  a Struggle for Justice, 2 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 101 (Asian Pacific American Law Journal Fall, 1994)

 

Chin, Gabriel J.

 

Regulating Race: Asian Exclusion and the Administrative State, 37 Harv. C.r.-c.l. L. Rev. 1 (Harvard Civil Rights-civil Liberties Law Review Winter, 2002)

 

Johnson, Kevin R.

 

Racial Hierarchy, Asian Americans and Latinos as "Foreigners," and Social Change: Is Law the Way to Go?, 76 Or. L. Rev. 347 (Oregon Law Review Summer 1997)

 

Johnson, Kevin R.

 

Racial hierarchy, Asian Americans and Latinos as 'foreigners,' and social change: is law the way to go?(Symposium: Citizenship and Its Discontents: Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/National Imagination, Part 1) , Oregon Law Review 76 n3

 

Karthikeyan, Hrishi  and Gabriel J. Chin

 

Preserving Racial Identity: Population Patterns and the Application of Anti-miscegenation Statutes to Asian Americans, 1910-1950,  9 Asian L.J. 1 (Asian Law Journal May, 2002)

 

Kim , Suzanne A.

 

"Yellow" Skin, "White" Masks: Asian American "Impersonations" of Whiteness and the Feminist Critique of Liberal Equality,  8 Asian L.J. 89 Asian Law Journal May, 2001 

 

Lam, Tony.

 

Breaking down the walls: my journey from a refugee camp to the Westminster City Council. 8 UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal 156-165 (2002).

 

Pimentel, Kevin M.  and Ronnie H. Rhoe

 

Asian America's Greatest Hits: a Review of Angelo Ancheta's Race, Rights, and the Asian American Experience,  4 Mich. J. Race & L. 169 (Michigan Journal of Race and Law Fall 1998)

 

Sumayyah Waheed

 

Limiting Ourselves: A Response to Elbert Lin"s "Identifying Asian America" (12 Asian Law Journal 187)

 

Victor C. Romero

 

Asians, Gay Marriage, and Immigration: Family Unification at a Crossroads (15 Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 337)

 

Volpp, Leti

 

"Obnoxious to Their Very Nature" : Asian Americans and Constitutional Citizenship,  8 Asian L.J. 71 (Asian Law Journal May, 2001)

 

Volpp, Leti

 

Divesting Citizenship: on Asian American History and the Loss of Citizenship Through Marriage,  53 Ucla L. Rev. 405 Ucla Law Review (December, 2005)

 

Cambodian

 

 

 

Hing, Bill Ong

 

Detention to Deportation -- Rethinking the Removal of Cambodian Refugees, 38 U.c. Davis L. Rev. 891 (U.c. Davis Law Review March, 2005)

 

Chinese

 

 

 

Backhouse, Constance

 

The White Women's Labor Laws: Anti-chinese Racism in Early Twentieth- Century Canada, 14 Law & Hist. Rev. 315 (Law and History Review Fall, 1996)

 

Cohn, Harvey  and Henry Gee

 

"No, No, No,  No!": Three Sons of Connecticut Who Opposed the Chinese Exclusion Acts, 3 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. 1 (Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal Fall, 2003)

 

Cole, Richard P. and Gabriel J. Chin

 

Emerging from the Margins of Historical Consciousness: Chinese Immigrants and the History of American Law, 17 Law & Hist. Rev. 325 (Law and History Review Summer, 1999)

 

Kuo, Ming-sung

 

The Duality of Federalist Nation-building: Two Strains of Chinese Immigration Cases Revisited, 67 Alb. L. Rev. 27 (Albany Law Review 2003)

 

Ryo, Emily

 

Through the Back Door: Applying Theories of Legal Compliance to Illegal Immigration During the Chinese Exclusion Era, 31 Law & Soc. Inquiry 109 (Law and Social Inquiry Winter, 2006)

 

Saito , Natsu Taylor

 

The Enduring Effect of the Chinese Exclusion Cases: the "Plenary Power" Justification for On-going Abuses of Human Rights, 10 Asian L.j. 13 Asian Law Journal May, 2003

 

Cuban

 

 

 

Hernandez, Tanya K.

 

An Exploration of the Efficacy of Class-based Approaches to Racial Justice: the Cuban Context,  33 U.c. Davis L. Rev. 1135 U.c. Davis Law Review Summer, 2000 

 

Jones, Thomas David

 

A Human Rights Tragedy: the Cuban and Haitian Refugee Crises Revisited, 9 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 479 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Summer, 1995)

 

Perez, Alberto J.

 

Wet Foot, Dry Foot, No Foot: the Recurring Controversy Between Cubans, Haitians, and the United States Immigration Policy, 28 Nova L. Rev. 437 (Nova Law Review Winter 2004)

 

Haitian

 

 

 

Hughes,  Joyce A. and Linda R. Crane

 

Haitians: Seeking Refuge in the United States , 7 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 747 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal December, 1993)

 

Lennox, Malissia

 

Refugees, Racism, and Reparations:  a Critique of the United States' Haitian Immigration Policy, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 687 (Stanford Law Review February, 1993)

 

Pizor, Andrew G.

 

Sale v. Haitian Centers Council: the Return of Haitian Refugees, 7 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1062 (Fordham International Law Journal 1994)

 

Zink, James R.

 

Race and Foreign Policy in Refugee Law: a Historical Perspective of the Haitian Refugee Crises, 48 Depaul L. Rev. 559 (Depaul Law Review Winter 1998)

 

Japanese

 

 

 

Chin, Gabriel J.

 

Citizenship and Exclusion: Wyoming's Anti-Japanese Alien Land Law in Context, 1  Hofstra L. Rev. 789 (Hofstra Law Review Spring 1996)

 

Lee, Brant T.

 

A Racial Trust: the Japanese YWCA and the Alien Land Law,  7 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 1 (Asian Pacific American Law Journal Spring 2001)

 

Oh, Reggie and Frank Wu

 

The Evolution of Race in the Law: the Supreme Court Moves from Approving Internment of Japanese Americans to Disapproving Affirmative Action for African Americans, 1 Mich. J. Race & L. 165 (Michigan Journal of Race and Law 1996)

 

Latina(o) American/ /Hispanic American

 

Jayaraman, Saru

 

Letting the canary lead: power and participation among Latina/o immigrant workers.(Building a Multiracial Social Justice Movement), New York University Review of Law & Social Change 27 1 103-109 March, 2001

 

Chavez, Linda

 

Racial quotas won't solve Latino immigrants' problems. , Los Angeles Daily Journal v106 n61 p6 March 30, 1993

 

Langford, Anne E.

 

What's in a Name?: Notarios in The United States And The Exploitation of a Vulnerable Latino Immigrant Population, 7 Harv. Latino L. Rev. 115 Harvard Latino Law Review Spring, 2004

 

Carey, Michelle

 

"You Don't Know If They'll Let You out in One Day, One Year, or Ten Years . . ."  Indefinite Detention of Immigrants after Zadvydas V. Davis, 24 Chicano-latino L. Rev. 12 Chicano-latino Law Review (Spring 2003)

 

Frei, Ryan D.

 

Reforming U.s. Immigration Policy in an Era of Latin American Immigration: the Logic Inherent in Accommodating the Inevitable, 39 U. Rich. L. Rev. 1355 University of Richmond Law Review (May, 2005)

 

Laura E. Gomez

 

Off-White In An Age of White Supremacy: Mexican Elites and the Rights of Indians and Blacks in Nineteenth Century New Mexico (25 Chicano-Latino Law Review 9)

 

Mexican

 

 

 

Arriola, Elvia R.

 

Voices from the Barbed Wires of Despair: Women in the Maquiladoras, Latina Critical Legal Theory, and Gender at the U.s.-mexico Border, 49 Depaul L. Rev. 729 (Depaul Law Review Spring 2000)

 

Demleitner, Nora V.

 

Immigration threats and rewards: effective law enforcement tools in the "war" on terrorism? 51 Emory Law Journal 1059-1094 (2002).

 

Obhof, Larry.

 

The irrationality of enforcement? An economic analysis of U.S. immigration law. 12 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 163- 189 (2002).

 

Ryder, Bruce

 

Racism and the Constitution: the constitutional fate of British Columbia anti-Asian immigration legislation, 1884-1909. , Osgoode Hall Law Journal 29 n3 619-676 Fall, 1991

 

Southeast Asian

 

 

 

Gary Kar-Chuen Chow

 

Exiled Once Again: Consequences of the Congressional Expansion of Deportable Offenses on the Southeast Asian Refugee Community (12 Asian Law Journal 103)

 

Hing, Bill Ong

 

Refugee Policy and Cultural Identity: in the Voice of Hmong and Iu Mien Young Adults, 1 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 111 (Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal Fall, 2003)

 

Mahmud, Tayyab

 

 Genealogy of a State-engineered "Model Minority": "Not Quite/ Not White" South Asian Americans,  78 Denv. U. L. Rev. 657 Denver University Law Review 2001


Selected Topics
 

Border Issues

 

Gallegos, Gabriela A.

Border Matters: Redefining the National Interest in U.S.-mexico Immigration and Trade Policy, 92 Cal. L. Rev. 1729 (California Law Review December, 2004)

Johnson, Kevin R.

An Essay on Immigration, Citizenship, and U.S./mexico Relations: the Tale of Two Treaties, 5 Sw. J.l. & Trade Am. 121 (Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade in the Americas Spring 1998)

Wu, Frank H.

The Limits of Borders: a Moderate Proposal for Immigration Reform, 7 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev. 35 (Stanford Law and Policy Review Summer, 1996)

Children and Teenagers

 

Benfer, Emily A

In the best interests of the child?: An international human rights analysis of the treatment of unaccompanied minors in Australia and the United States. 14 Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 729-770 (2004).

Bucci, Maria

Young, Alone, and Fleeing Terror: the Human Rights Emergency of Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Seeking Asylum in the United States, 30 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 275 (New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement Summer, 2004)

Corneal, Devon A.

On the way to Grandmother's house: is U.S. immigration policy more dangerous than the Big Bad Wolf for unaccompanied juvenile aliens? 109 Penn St. L. Rev. 609-656 (2004)

Fernandez, Melissa.

Title 8 U.S.C. section 1409 of the United States Immigration and Nationality Act--children born out of wedlock: undermining fathers' rights and perpetuating gendered parenthood in citizenship law. 54 Flordia Law Review 949-977 (2002)

Margulies, Peter

Children, Parents, and Asylum, 15 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 289 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Winter, 2001)

Chinese Exclusion

 

Cohn, Harvey  and Henry Gee

"No, No, No,  No!": Three Sons of Connecticut Who Opposed the Chinese Exclusion Acts, 3 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. 1 (Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal Fall, 2003)

Ryo, Emily

Through the Back Door: Applying Theories of Legal Compliance to Illegal Immigration During the Chinese Exclusion Era, 31 Law & Soc. Inquiry 109 (Law and Social Inquiry Winter, 2006)

Saito , Natsu Taylor

The Enduring Effect of the Chinese Exclusion Cases: the "Plenary Power" Justification for On-going Abuses of Human Rights, 10 Asian L.j. 13 Asian Law Journal May, 2003

Citizenship

 

Bosniak, Linda

Constitutional Citizenship Through the Prism of Alienage,  63 Ohio St. L.J. 1285 (Ohio State Law Journal 2002)

Calavita, Kitty

Law, Citizenship, and the Construction of (Some) Immigrant "Others", 30 Law & Soc. Inquiry 401 (Law and Social Inquiry Spring 2005)

Gassama,  Ibrahim J. and Robert S. Chang Keith Aoki

Citizenship and its Discontents: Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/national Imagination (Part II) , 76 Or. L. Rev. 207 (Oregon Law Review Summer 1997)

Johnson, Kevin R.

"Aliens" and the U.S. Immigration Laws: the Social and Legal Construction of Nonpersons, 28 U. Miami Inter-am. L. Rev. 263 University of Miami Inter-american Law Review (1997)

Romero, Victor C.

Broadening our world: citizens and immigrants of color in America.(A Symposium on Minorities and the Law: A Quest for Equal Justice) , Capital University Law Review 27 1 13-34 Winter, 1998

Saito, Natsu Taylor

Alien and Non-alien Alike: Citizenship, "Foreignness," and Racial Hierarchy in American Law, 76 Or. L. Rev. 261 (Oregon Law Review Summer 1997)

Volpp, Leti

"Obnoxious to Their Very Nature" : Asian Americans and Constitutional Citizenship,  8 Asian L.J. 71 (Asian Law Journal May, 2001)

Volpp, Leti

Divesting Citizenship: on Asian American History and the Loss of Citizenship Through Marriage,  53 Ucla L. Rev. 405 Ucla Law Review (December, 2005)

Volpp, Leti

Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and Alien Citizens, 103 Mich. L. Rev. 1595 (Michigan Law Review May, 2005)

Civil Rights: Generally

 

Akram , Susan M.  and Kevin R. Johnson

Race, Civil Rights,  and Immigration Law after September 11, 2001:

Chin, Gabriel J.

The Civil Rights Revolution Comes to Immigration Law: a New Look at the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, 75 N.c. L. Rev. 273 (North Carolina Law Review November, 1996)

Gee, Harvey

A Review of Frankwu's Renegotiating America's Multi-colored Lines Color Lines: Affirmative Action, Immigration and Civil Rights Options For America, Edited by John David Skrentny. The University of Chicago, 2001. Pp. 363., 5 New York City Law Review 203 (

Johnson, Kevin R.

Immigration and Civil Rights after September 11: the Impact on California - an Introduction, 38 U.c. Davis L. Rev. 599 (U.c. Davis Law Review  March, 2005)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Immigration, Civil Rights, and Coalitions for Social Justice, 1 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 181 (Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal (Fall, 2003)

Oh, Reggie and Frank Wu

The Evolution of Race in the Law: the Supreme Court Moves from Approving Internment of Japanese Americans to Disapproving Affirmative Action for African Americans, 1 Mich. J. Race & L. 165 (Michigan Journal of Race and Law 1996)

Class

 

Hernandez, Tanya K.

An Exploration of the Efficacy of Class-based Approaches to Racial Justice: the Cuban Context,  33 U.c. Davis L. Rev. 1135 U.c. Davis Law Review Summer, 2000 

Criminal Justice

 

 

Indefinite detention of immigrant parolees: an unconstitutional condition? 116 Harv. L. Rev. 1868-1888 (2003).

Miller, Teresa A.

Blurring the Boundaries Between Immigration and Crime Control after September 11th, 25 B.c. Third World L.J. 81 (Boston College Third World Law Journal Winter, 2005)

Nunez, Michael J.

Violence at Our Border:  Rights and Status of Immigrant Victims of Hate Crimes and Violence along the Border Between the United States and Mexico, 43 Hastings L.J. 1573 Hastings Law Journal (August, 1992)

Racial Profiling

 

Ashar, Sameer M.

Immigration enforcement and subordination: the consequences of racial profiling after September 11.(Civil Liberties After September 11: A Closer Look at Detention Powers) , Connecticut Law Review 34 4 1185-1199 Summer, 2002

Johnson, Kevin R.

The Case Against Race Profiling in Immigration Enforcement, 78 Wash. U. L.q. 675 (Washington University Law Quarterly Fall 2000)

Detention

 

Carey, Michelle

"You Don't Know If They'll Let You out in One Day, One Year, or Ten Years . . ."  Indefinite Detention of Immigrants after Zadvydas V. Davis, 24 Chicano-latino L. Rev. 12 Chicano-latino Law Review (Spring 2003)

Cole, David.

In aid of removal: due process limits on immigration detention. 51 Emory Law Journal 1003-1039 (2002).

Twibell,  Ty S. Wahab

The Road to Internment: Special Registration and Other Human Rights Violations of Arabs and Muslims in the United States,  29 Vt. L. Rev. 407 Vermont Law Review Winter, 2005 

Disability

 

Murphy, Megan A

Give me your tired, your poor, your disabled?: Why the disabled should qualify for asylum under the Immigration and Nationality Act. 70 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 854-865 (2002).

Stanton, John F.

The Immigration Laws from a Disability Perspective: Where We Were, Where We Are, Where We Should Be, 10 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 441 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Spring, 1996)

Weber , Mark C.

Opening the Golden Door: Disability and the Law of Immigration, 8 J. Gender Race & Just. 153 (Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Spring 2004)

Economics

 

Chang, Howard F.

Liberalized Immigration as Free Trade: Economic Welfare and the Optimal Immigration Policy, 145 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1147 (University of Pennsylvania Law Review May, 1997)

Rubaii-Barrett, Nadia,

Help or Hindrance? The Economic Implications of Immigration for African Americans.(Review) (book review), American Review of Public Administration 30 2 205-210 June, 2000

Trebilcock, Michael J.

The Law and Economics of Immigration Policy, 5 Am. L. & Econ. Rev. 271 (American Law and Economic Review Fall, 2003)

Employment and Labor

 

Borjas, George J.

Immigrants, minorities, and labor market competition. (includes bibliography) , Industrial and Labor Relations Review 40 n3 382-392 April, 1987

Chang, Howard F.

Immigration and the Workplace: Immigration Restrictions as Employment Discrimination, 78 Chi.-kent L. Rev. 291 (Chicago-kent Law Review 2003)

Hincapie, Marielena

Growing immigrant communities face increased employment discrimination.(Pursuing Racial Justice, part 2) , Clearinghouse Review 36 3-4 249-263 July-August, 2002

Jayaraman, Saru

Letting the canary lead: power and participation among Latina/o immigrant workers.(Building a Multiracial Social Justice Movement), New York University Review of Law & Social Change 27 1 103-109 March, 2001

Mark, Cynthia; Yang, Evonne

The Power-One campaign: immigrant worker empowerment through law and organizing.(Pursuing Racial Justice, part 2) , Clearinghouse Review 36 3-4 264-274 July-August, 2002

Terrell, Katherine

The Simpson-mazzoli Bill:  Employer Sanctions and Immigration Reform, 17 N.y.u. J. Int'l L. & Pol. 987 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics (Summer, 1985 Note)

Gender Issues

 

Arriola, Elvia R.

Voices from the Barbed Wires of Despair: Women in the Maquiladoras, Latina Critical Legal Theory, and Gender at the U.s.-mexico Border, 49 Depaul L. Rev. 729 (Depaul Law Review Spring 2000)

Dauvergne, Catherine

Citizenship, Migration Laws and Women: Gendering Permanent Residency Statistics, 24 Melb. U. L. Rev. 280 (Melbourne University Law Review August, 2000)

Fitzpatrick, Joan

The Gender Dimension of U.s. Immigration Policy, 9 Yale J.l. & Feminism 23 (Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 1997)

Vellos, Diana

Immigrant Latina Domestic Workers and Sexual Harassment, 5 Am. U. J. Gender & L. 407 (American University Journal of Gender and the Law Spring, 1997)

Domestic Violence

 

Morgan, Deborah A.

Access Denied: Barriers to Remedies under the Violence Against Women Act for Limited English Proficient Battered Immigrant Women, 54 Am. U. L. Rev. 485 American University Law Review (December, 2004)

Human Rights

 

Adams, Laura S.

Divergence and the dynamic relationship between domestic immigration law and international human rights. 51 Emory Law Journal 983-1001 (2002).

Lewis, Hope

Universal Mother: Transnational Migration and the Human Rights of Black Women in the Americas, 5) J. Gender Race & Just. 197 (Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Fall 2001)

Stevens, Alan A.

 Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Destitute Laborers Ready to Be Exploited: the Failure of International Human Rights Law to Protect the Rights of Illegal Aliens in American Jurisprudence, 14 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 405 (Emory International Law Review Spri

Immigration, Generally

 

Schuler, Kristen M.

Equal Protection and the Undocumented Immigrant: California's Proposition 187, 16 B.c. Third World L.J. 275 (Boston College Third World Law Journal Spring, 1996)

Wilson, Kevin C.

And Stay Out! The Dangers of Using Anti immigrant Sentiment as a Basis for Social Policy: America Should Take Heed of Disturbing Lessons from Great Britain's past, 24 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 567 (Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law Winter

Ancheta, Angelo N.

Our Immigrant Heritage:  a Struggle for Justice, 2 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 101 (Asian Pacific American Law Journal Fall, 1994)

Brashier, Philip

The United States Struggles with past Judicial Interpretations in Defining the Modern Law of Immigration, 37 S. Tex. L. Rev. 1357 (South Texas Law Review October, 1996)

Chiswick, Barry R.

Guidelines for the Reform of Immigration Policy, 36 U. Miami L. Rev. 893 (University of Miami Law Review September, 1982)

Cole, Richard P. and Gabriel J. Chin

Emerging from the Margins of Historical Consciousness: Chinese Immigrants and the History of American Law, 17 Law & Hist. Rev. 325 (Law and History Review Summer, 1999)

Cordell, LaDoris Hazzard,

Black immigration: disavowing the stereotpype of the shiftless negro, Judges Journal 25 n2 18(6) Spr, 1986

Emery, Garnet K.

The American Dream--for the Lucky Ones: the United States' Confused Immigration Policy, 12 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 755 (University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Journal 1989/1990)

Frei, Ryan D.

Reforming U.s. Immigration Policy in an Era of Latin American Immigration: the Logic Inherent in Accommodating the Inevitable, 39 U. Rich. L. Rev. 1355 University of Richmond Law Review (May, 2005)

Henkin, Louis

An Immigration Policy for a Just Society?, 31 San Diego L. Rev. 1017 San Diego Law Review (Fall 1994)

Hing, Bill Ong

Immigration Policies:  Messages of Exclusion to African Americans, 37 How. L.J. 237 (Howard Law Journal Winter, 1994)

Johnson, Kevin R.

National Identity in a Multicultural Nation: the Challenge of Immigration Law and Immigrants Johnson and Bill Ong Hing,  103 Mich. L. Rev. 1347 (Michigan Law Review (May, 2005)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Racial hierarchy, Asian Americans and Latinos as 'foreigners,' and social change: is law the way to go?(Symposium: Citizenship and Its Discontents: Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/National Imagination, Part 1) , Oregon Law Review 76 n3

Karthikeyan, Hrishi  and Gabriel J. Chin

Preserving Racial Identity: Population Patterns and the Application of Anti-miscegenation Statutes to Asian Americans, 1910-1950,  9 Asian L.J. 1 (Asian Law Journal May, 2002)

Kuo, Ming-sung

The Duality of Federalist Nation-building: Two Strains of Chinese Immigration Cases Revisited, 67 Alb. L. Rev. 27 (Albany Law Review 2003)

Langford, Anne E.

What's in a Name?: Notarios in The United States And The Exploitation of a Vulnerable Latino Immigrant Population, 7 Harv. Latino L. Rev. 115 Harvard Latino Law Review Spring, 2004

Lee, Stephen

Citizen Standing and Immigration Reform: Commentary and Criticisms, 93 Cal. L. Rev. 1479 (California Law Review October, 2005)

Legomsky, Stephen H.

Fear and Loathing in Congress and the Courts: Immigration and Judicial Review, 78 Tex. L. Rev. 1615 (Texas Law Review June, 2000)

Linarelli, John

Immigration Politics and Sovereignty: National Responses to "Bad" Aliens, 88 Am. Soc'y Int'l L. Proc. 439 (American Society of International Law Proceedings April 6-9, 1994)

Mccurdy, Dave

The Future of U.s. Immigration Law, 20 J. Legis. 3 (Journal of Legislation 1994)

Newton, Andowah A.

Injecting Diversity into U.s. Immigration Policy: the Diversity Visa Program and the Missing Discourse on its Impact on African Immigration to the United States, 38 Cornell Int'l L.J. 1049 (Cornell International Law Journal Fall 2005)

Obhof, Larry.

The irrationality of enforcement? An economic analysis of U.S. immigration law. 12 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 163- 189 (2002).

Olivas, Michael A.

The chronicles, my grandfather's stories, and immigration law: the slave traders chronicle as racial history. (A Forum on Derrick Bell's Civil Rights Chronicles) , Saint Louis University Law Journal 34 n3 425-441 Spring, 1990

Scharf, Irene

Tired of Your Masses: a History of and Judicial Responses to Early 20th Century Anti-immigrant Legislation,  21 U. Haw. L. Rev. 131 (University of Hawaii Law Review Summer, 1999)

Schelle, Stephen E.

The Politics of Western Immigration, 3 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 277 (Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies Fall, 1995)

Wishnie, Michael J.

Immigration and Federalism, 58 N.y.u. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 283 (New York University Annual Survey of American Law 2002)

Wright, R. George

Federal Immigration Law and the Case for Open Entry, 27 Loy. L.a. L. Rev. 1265 (Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review June 1994)

International Issues

 

Saito, Natsu Taylor

Asserting Plenary Power over the "Other": Indians, Immigrants, Colonial Subjects, and Why U.s. Jurisprudence Needs to Incorporate International Law, 20 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 427 Yale Law and Policy Review 2002 

Chang, Robert S.  and Keith Aoki

Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/national Imagination, 85 Cal. L. Rev. 1395 California Law Review October, 1997 

Chang, RobertS. And Keith Aoki

Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/national Imagination, 10 La Raza L.J. 309 (La Raza Law Journal Spring 1998)

Gassama , Ibrahim J., Robert S. Chang Keith Aoki

Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/national Imagination (Part II), 76 Or. L. Rev. 207 (Oregon Law Review Summer 1997)

Language Issues

 

Knapp, Kiyoko Kamio

Language minorities: forgotten victims of discrimination? , Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 11 n4 747-787 Summer, 1997

Marriage

 

Calvo, Janet M.

Spouse-based Immigration Laws: the Legacies of Coverture, 28 San Diego L. Rev. 593 (San Diego Law Review (Summer, 1991)

Kelly, Linda

Marriage for Sale: the Mail-order Bride Industry and the Changing Value of Marriage, 5 J. Gender Race & Just. 175 (Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Fall 2001)

Miscellaneous

 

Mahmud, Tayyab

 Genealogy of a State-engineered "Model Minority": "Not Quite/ Not White" South Asian Americans,  78 Denv. U. L. Rev. 657 Denver University Law Review 2001

Property

 

Chin, Gabriel J.

Citizenship and Exclusion: Wyoming's Anti-Japanese Alien Land Law in Context, 1  Hofstra L. Rev. 789 (Hofstra Law Review Spring 1996)

Lee, Brant T.

A Racial Trust: the Japanese YWCA and the Alien Land Law,  7 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 1 (Asian Pacific American Law Journal Spring 2001)

Race: Generally

 

Chin, Gabriel J.

Regulating Race: Asian Exclusion and the Administrative State, 37 Harv. C.r.-c.l. L. Rev. 1 (Harvard Civil Rights-civil Liberties Law Review Winter, 2002)

Douglas, J. Allen

The "Priceless Possession" of Citizenship: Race, Nation and Naturalization in American Law, 1880-1930,  43 Duq. L. Rev. 369 (Duquesne Law Review Spring 2005)

Fan, Stephen Shie-wei

Immigration Law and the Promise of Critical Race Theory: Opening the Academy to the Voices of Aliens and Immigrants, 97 Colum. L. Rev. 1202 (Columbia Law Review May, 1997)

Hernández, Tanya Katerí

The Construction of Race and Class Buffers in the Structure of Immigration Controls and Laws, 76 Or. L. Rev. 731 (Oregon Law Review Fall 1997)

Johnson, Kevin R.

An Essay on Immigration Politics, Popular Democracy, and California's Proposition 187: the Political Relevance and Legal Irrelevance of Race, 70 Wash. L. Rev. 629 (Washington Law Review July, 1995)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Fear of an "Alien Nation": Race, Immigration, and Immigrants, 7 Stan. L. & Pol'y Rev. 111 (Stanford Law and Policy Review Summer, 1996)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Race and Immigration Law and Enforcement: a Response to Is There a Plenary Power Doctrine?, 14 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 289 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Winter, 2000)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Race Matters: Immigration Law and Policy Scholarship, Law in the Ivory Tower, and the Legal Indifference of the Race Critique,  2000)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Race, the Immigration Laws, and Domestic Race Relations: a "Magic Mirror" into the Heart of Darkness, 73 Ind. L.J. 1111 (Indiana Law Journal Fall, 1998)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Racial Hierarchy, Asian Americans and Latinos as "Foreigners," and Social Change: Is Law the Way to Go?, 76 Or. L. Rev. 347 (Oregon Law Review Summer 1997)

Johnson, Kevin R.

The End of "Civil Rights" as We Know It?: Immigration and Civil Rights in the New Millennium, 49 Ucla L. Rev. 1481 (Ucla Law Review June, 2002)

Kawanabe, Kenzo S.

American Anti-immigrant Rhetoric Against Asian Pacific Immigrants: the Present Repeats the past, 10 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 681 (Georgtown Immigration Law Journal Summer, 1996)

Legomsky, Stephen H.

E Pluribus Unum: Immigration, Race, and Other Deep Divides, 21 S. Ill. U. L.J. 101 (Southern Illinois University Law Journal Fall, 1996)

Lindsay, Matthew J.

Preserving the Exceptional Republic: Political Economy, Race, and the Federalization of American Immigration Law,  17 Yale J.l. & Human. 181 Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities Summer 2005 

Martínez, George A.

Race and Immigration Law: a Paradigm Shift?, 2000 U. Ill. L. Rev. 517 (University of Illinois Law Review 2000)

Mezey, Naomi

Erasure and Recognition: the Census, Race and the National Imagination,  97 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1701 Northwestern University Law Review Summer 2003 

OgletreeJr., Charles J.

America's Schizophrenic Immigration Policy: Race, Class, and Reason, 41 B.c. L. Rev. 755 (Boston College Law Review July, 2000)

Pimentel, Kevin M.  and Ronnie H. Rhoe

Asian America's Greatest Hits: a Review of Angelo Ancheta's Race, Rights, and the Asian American Experience,  4 Mich. J. Race & L. 169 (Michigan Journal of Race and Law Fall 1998)

Romero, Victor C.

Beyond Belonging: Challenging the Boundaries of Nationality Proxies for Loyalty in Constitutional Immigration Law: Citizenship and Race after September 11, 52 Depaul L. Rev. 871 Depaul Law Review Spring 2003

Romero, Victor C.

Proxies for Loyalty in Constitutional Immigration Law: Citizenship and Race after September 11, 52 Depaul L. Rev. 871 (Depaul Law Review Spring 2003)

Saito, Natsu Taylor

Alien and non-alien alike: citizenship, 'foreignness,' and racial hierarchy in American law.(Symposium: Citizenship and Its Discontents: Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/National Imagination, Part 1) , Oregon Law Review 76 n3 261-345 Sum

Sharfstein, Daniel J.

The Secret History of Race in the United States,  112 Yale L.J. 1473 (Yale Law Journal April, 2003)

Sumayyah Waheed

Limiting Ourselves: A Response to Elbert Lin’s “Identifying Asian America” (12 Asian Law Journal 187)

Weil, Patrick

Races at the Gate: a Century of Racial Distinctions in American Immigration Policy (1865-1965), 15 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 625 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Summer, 2001)

Racism: Generally

 

Backhouse, Constance

The White Women's Labor Laws: Anti-chinese Racism in Early Twentieth- Century Canada, 14 Law & Hist. Rev. 315 (Law and History Review Fall, 1996)

Chavez, Linda

Racial quotas won't solve Latino immigrants' problems. , Los Angeles Daily Journal v106 n61 p6 March 30, 1993

Culp, Robet Alan

The Immigration and Naturalization Service and racially motivated questioning: does equal protection pick up where the Fourth Amendment left off? , Columbia Law Review 86 n4 800-822 May, 1986

Furumoto,  Kim Benita

Boundaries of the Racial State: Two Faces of Racist Exclusion in United States Law 17 Harv. Blackletter L.J. 85 (Harvard Blackletter Law Journal Spring, 2001)

Garcia, Ruben J.

Critical race theory and Proposition 187: the racial politics of immigration law. , Chicano Latino Law Review 17 118-154 Fall, 1995

Kendall, Sarah M.

America's minorities are shown the 'back door' ... again: the discriminatory impact of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. , Houston Journal of International Law 18 n3 899-933 Spring, 1996

Roberts, Julian

Immigration and the Legitimization of Racism. (book reviews) , Canadian Journal of Criminology 40 n1 97-102 Jan, 1998

Ryder, Bruce

Racism and the Constitution: the constitutional fate of British Columbia anti-Asian immigration legislation, 1884-1909. , Osgoode Hall Law Journal 29 n3 619-676 Fall, 1991

Trucios-Gaynes , Enid

The Legacy of Racially Restrictive Immigration Laws and Policies and the Construction of the American National Identity, 76 Or. L. Rev. 369 (Oregon Law Review Summer 1997)

Trucios-Haynes, Enid

The legacy of racially restrictive immigration laws and policies and the construction of the American national identity.(Symposium: Citizenship and Its Discontents: Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/National Imagination, Part 1) ,

Refugee

 

Briant, Natalie and Andrew Kennedy

An Investigation of The Perceived Needs And Priorities Held by African Refugees in an Urban Setting in a First Country of Asylum 17 Journal of Refugee Studies 437 (December, 2004)

Gary Kar-Chuen Chow

Exiled Once Again: Consequences of the Congressional Expansion of Deportable Offenses on the Southeast Asian Refugee Community (12 Asian Law Journal 103)

Hing, Bill Ong

Detention to Deportation -- Rethinking the Removal of Cambodian Refugees, 38 U.c. Davis L. Rev. 891 (U.c. Davis Law Review March, 2005)

Hing, Bill Ong

Refugee Policy and Cultural Identity: in the Voice of Hmong and Iu Mien Young Adults, 1 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 111 (Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal Fall, 2003)

Hughes,  Joyce A. and Linda R. Crane

Haitians: Seeking Refuge in the United States , 7 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 747 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal December, 1993)

Jones, Thomas David

A Human Rights Tragedy: the Cuban and Haitian Refugee Crises Revisited, 9 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 479 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Summer, 1995)

Lam, Tony.

Breaking down the walls: my journey from a refugee camp to the Westminster City Council. 8 UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal 156-165 (2002).

Lennox, Malissia

Refugees, Racism, and Reparations:  a Critique of the United States' Haitian Immigration Policy, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 687 (Stanford Law Review February, 1993)

Perez, Alberto J.

Wet Foot, Dry Foot, No Foot: the Recurring Controversy Between Cubans, Haitians, and the United States Immigration Policy, 28 Nova L. Rev. 437 (Nova Law Review Winter 2004)

Pizor, Andrew G.

Sale v. Haitian Centers Council: the Return of Haitian Refugees, 7 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1062 (Fordham International Law Journal 1994)

Steinbock, Daniel J.

Refuge and Resistance: Casablanca's Lessons for Refugee Law, 7 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 649 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal December, 1993)

Steinbock, Daniel J.

The Qualities of Mercy: Maximizing the Impact of U.s. Refugee Resettlement, 36 U. Mich. J.l. Reform 951 (University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform Summer 2003)

Vaughns , Katherine L.

Taming the Asylum Adjudication Process:  an Agenda for the Twenty-first Century, 30 San Diego L. Rev. 1 (San Diego Law Review Winter, 1993)

Zink, James R.

Race and Foreign Policy in Refugee Law: a Historical Perspective of the Haitian Refugee Crises, 48 Depaul L. Rev. 559 (Depaul Law Review Winter 1998)

Sexuality and Sexual Orientation

 

Foss, Robert

The Demise of the Homosexual Exclusion:  New Possibilities for Gay and Lesbian Immigration  , 29 Harv. C.r.-c.l. L. Rev. 439 (Harvard Civil Rights-civil Liberties Law Review Summer, 1994)

Victor C. Romero

Asians, Gay Marriage, and Immigration: Family Unification at a Crossroads (15 Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 337)

War on Terror

 

Akram Susan M.

Race, Civil Rights, and Immigration Law after September 11, 2001: the Targeting of Arabs and Muslims Migration Regulation Goes Local: the Role of States in U.s. Immigration Policy',, , 58 N.y.u. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 295 New York University Annual Survey of A

Bâli, Asli Ü

Changes in Immigration Law and Practice after September 11: a Practitioner's Perspective, 2 Cardozo Pub. L. Pol'y & Ethics J. 161 (Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal December 2003)

Boswell, Richard A.

Racism and U.s. Immigration Law: Prospects for Reform after "9/11?",  7 J. Gender Race & Just. 315 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Fall 2003 

Boswell, Richard A.

Racism and U.s. Immigration Law: Prospects for Reform after "9/11?", 7 J. Gender Race & Just. 315 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Fall 2003

Demleitner, Nora V.

Immigration threats and rewards: effective law enforcement tools in the "war" on terrorism? 51 Emory Law Journal 1059-1094 (2002).

Engle, Karen

Constructing Good Aliens and Good Citizens: Legitimizing the War on Terror(ism), 75 U. Colo. L. Rev. 59 University of Colorado Law Review (Winter 2004)

Johnson, Kevin R.

The Antiterrorism Act, the Immigration Reform Act, and Ideological Regulation in the Immigration Laws: Important Lessons for Citizens and Noncitizens, 28 St. Mary's L.J. 833 (Saint Mary's Law Journal 1997)

Lazos Vargas, Sylvia R.

Missouri, the "war on terrorism," and immigrants: legal challenges post 9/11. 67 Mo. L. Rev. 775-830 (2002).

Margulies, Peter

Uncertain Arrivals: Immigration, Terror, and Democracy after September 11. 2002 Utah L. Rev. 481-517.

McDonnell Thomas M. ,

Targeting the Foreign Born by Race and Nationality: Counter-productive in the "War on Terrorism"?, 16 Pace International Law Review 19 (Spring 2004)

Romero, Victor

Race, Immigration, And The Department of Homeland Security, 19 Saint John's Journal of Legal Commentary 51 (Fall 2004)

Romero, Victor C.

Decoupling "Terrorist" from "Immigrant:" an Enhanced Role for the Federal Courts Post 9/11, 7 J. Gender Race & Just. 201 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Spring 2003 

Vandenberg, Quinn H.

How Can the United States Rectify its Post-9/11 Stance on Noncitizens' Rights?, 18 Notre Dame J.l. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 605 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy  2004

Welfare

 

Bosco, Jenifer M.

Undocumented Immigrants, Economic Justice, and Welfare Reform in California, 8 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 71 (Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Winter, 1994)

Bosniak , Linda S.

Opposing Prop. 187: Undocumented Immigrants and the National Imagination, 28 Conn. L. Rev. 555 (Connecticut Law Review Spring, 1996)

Chang, Connie

Immigrants under the New Welfare Law: a Call for Uniformity, a Call for Justice, 45 Ucla L. Rev. 205 (Ucla Law Review October, 1997)

Dawson, Steven M.

The Promise of Opportunity-and Very Little More: an Analysis of the New Welfare Law's Denial of Federal Public Benefits to Most Legal Immigrants, 41 St. Louis U. L.J. 1053 (Saint Louis University Law Journal Summer, 1997)

Johnson, Kevin R.

Public Benefits and Immigration: the Intersection of Immigration Status, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class, 42 Ucla L. Rev. 1509 (Ucla Law Review August 1995)

Whiteness

 

Cho, Sumi

Redeeming Whiteness in the Shadow of Internment: Earl Warren, Brown, and a Theory of Racial Redemption,  19 B.c. Third World L.J. 73 Boston College Third World Law Journal Fall, 1998 

Harris, Cheryl I.

Whiteness as Property, 106 Harv. L. Rev. 1709 (Harvard Law Review June, 1993)

Kim , Suzanne A.

"Yellow" Skin, "White" Masks: Asian American "Impersonations" of Whiteness and the Feminist Critique of Liberal Equality,  8 Asian L.J. 89 Asian Law Journal May, 2001 

Laura E. Gomez

Off-White In An Age of White Supremacy: Mexican Elites and the Rights of Indians and Blacks in Nineteenth Century New Mexico (25 Chicano-Latino Law Review 9)

Tehranian, John

Performing Whiteness: Naturalization Litigation and the Construction of Racial Identity in America,  109 Yale L.J. 817 (Yale Law Journal January, 2000)

Vargas, Sylvia R. Lazos

Deconstructing Homo[geneous] Americanus: the White Ethnic Immigrant Narrative and its Exclusionary Effect,  72 Tul. L. Rev. 1493 Tulane Law Review May, 1998 


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