Sunday, November 14 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Session 242
Immigration Federalism and Anti-Immigrant Politics in the States

Chair: Rafael Martinez Orozco, Arizona State University
Discussant: Rafael Martinez Orozco, Arizona State University

1. The 1980s Political Origin to Contemporary Battlegrounds in Immigration FederalismAllan Colbern, Arizona State University.

2. The anti-Immigrant Roots of Contemporary Voter Suppression Laws: Case Study KansasMonica Varsanyi, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY).

3. An Ethnic Spring in the Food Desert? State Policy, Immigrant Food Environments, and Food Business Entrepreneurship in 19th and 20th Century AmericaAndrea Silva, University of North Texas.

4. Chasing Respectability: Pro-Immigrant Organizations and the Reinforcement of Immigrant RacializationHana Brown, Wake Forest University; Jennifer Jones, University of Illinois at Chicago.

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