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Department of Comparative Race & Ethnic Studies

Explore race and ethnicity as active social, political, historical and cultural processes and use race and ethnicity as categories of analysis across time and space.

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Comparative Race & Ethnic Studies

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CRES is pleased to announce that we are conducting a tenure-track search for up to two Assistant Professors. Please consider applying and sharing widely.

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Recent Publications

Malleable Detention: The Restructuring of Carceral Space within U.S. Immigration Detention

Luis Romero

Unsacred Children: The Portrayal of Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors as Racialized Threats

Luis Romero

‘If You Are Reading It, I am Dead’: Activism, Local History, and the AIDS Quilt

Nino Testa

Visiting Migrants, Contesting Detention: An Overview of Community Visitation Programs and Advocacy for Immigrants inside U.S. Immigration Detention

Luis Romero

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