Category: JLAG Perspectives

Displacement, Not Deterrence (July 2017)

Nancy Hiemstra, Stony Brook University A logic of deterrence has anchored U.S. immigration enforcement for the last three decades, which rests on the assumption that tougher policies discourage people from migrating in the...

Zika Anxieties and a Role for Geography (March 2016)

Eric D. Carter, Macalester College The Zika virus epidemic in the Americas persists, with no signs of waning. Every day, fresh details emerge about its pathology and transmission: possible links between Zika infection...