Readership: Students and scholars of Latino Studies, social movements, political science, sociology, theory, and activists and politically-engaged individuals interested in immigration.
Alfonso Gonzales, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Lehman College, City University New York
Alfonso Gonzales is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Lehman College of the City University of New York.
Chapter 1: The State-Civil Society Nexus and the Debate over the "Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005"
Chapter 2: The 2006 Mega-Marches in Greater Los Angeles: A Counterhegemonic Moment and the Limits of Mass Mobilization
Chapter 3: Race, Globalization, and Immigration Control in Riverside County
Chapter 4: The Geo-Politics of the Homeland Security State and Deportation in El Salvador
Chapter 5: Resisting "Passive Revolution": The Migrant Rights Movement in Washington DC and New York City under President Obama's first Term
Chapter 6: Beyond Immigration Reform: Latinos, Demilitarization, and the Struggle for Democracy in the Twenty-first Century
Appendix A: Methods and Latino Politics Research