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Issue: 6.3: Summer 2008
Guest Edited by Neferti Tadiar
Borders on Belonging: Gender and Immigration
Family Running Sign
In This Issue
Introduction: Borders on Belonging
by Neferti Tadiar

About this Issue
by Gisela Fosado

About the Contributors

Recommended Reading

Online Resources

Part 1: Media and Immigration
There Will Be No Home for You
a montage by Basia Winograd

Immigrant Nation: Borderless in Our Country
video commentary by Maria Hinojosa

Part 2: Critical Essays: Theorizing the Issues
The Gender of Sovereignty
by Lisa Lowe

Locking Up Hope: Immigration, Gender and the Prison System
by Natalie J. Sokoloff and Susan C. Pearce

"I Would Wish Death on You..." Race, Gender and Immigration in the Globality of the U.S. Prison Regime
by Dylan Rodríguez

Domestic Debates: Constructions of Gendered Migration from the Philippines
by Robyn Rodriguez

Queering the Chain of Care Paradigm
by Martin F. Manalansan IV

The Homoerotics of Immigration Control
by Mary Pat Brady

"Look, Mohammed the Terrorist is Coming!" Cultural Racism, Nation-Based Racism and the Intersectionality of Oppressions after 9/11
by Nadine Naber

A Transnational Conversation on French Colonialism, Immigration, Violence and Sovereignty
by Miriam Ticktin, Paola Bacchetta and Ruth Marshall

Immigration Border
Part 3: Critical Engagements: Artists and Activists Intervene
Al Otro Lado (To the Other Side)
a film and video commentary by Natalia Almada

The Middle Man and Other Stories
a reading by Bharati Mukherjee

We've Come Undone
a performance by Kayhan Irani

A Threat to Queens Pride
commentary by Malik Ahmed

Queers and Immigration: A Visionary Statement
by Queers for Economic Justice

This issue was made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The statements made and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the authors.
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