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Emmigration from Latin America and Asia has influenced every aspect of social, political, economic, and cultural life in the United States over the last quarter century. Within the vast scholarship on this wave of immigration, however, little attention has been paid to queer immigrants of color. Focusing particularly on migration from Mexico, Cuba, El Salvador, and the Phi Emmigration from Latin America and Asia has influenced every aspect of social, political, economic, and cultural life in the United States over the last quarter century. Within the vast scholarship on this wave of immigration, however, little attention has been paid to queer immigrants of color. Focusing particularly on migration from Mexico, Cuba, El Salvador, and the Philippines, Queer Migrations brings together scholars of immigration, citizenship, sexuality, race, and ethnicity to provide analyses of the norms, institutions, and discourses that affect queer immigrants of color, also providing ethnographic studies of how these newcomers have transformed established immigrant communities in Miami, San Francisco, and New York.


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Emmigration from Latin America and Asia has influenced every aspect of social, political, economic, and cultural life in the United States over the last quarter century. Within the vast scholarship on this wave of immigration, however, little attention has been paid to queer immigrants of color. Focusing particularly on migration from Mexico, Cuba, El Salvador, and the Phi Emmigration from Latin America and Asia has influenced every aspect of social, political, economic, and cultural life in the United States over the last quarter century. Within the vast scholarship on this wave of immigration, however, little attention has been paid to queer immigrants of color. Focusing particularly on migration from Mexico, Cuba, El Salvador, and the Philippines, Queer Migrations brings together scholars of immigration, citizenship, sexuality, race, and ethnicity to provide analyses of the norms, institutions, and discourses that affect queer immigrants of color, also providing ethnographic studies of how these newcomers have transformed established immigrant communities in Miami, San Francisco, and New York.

30 review for Queer Migrations: Sexuality, U.S. Citizenship, and Border Crossings

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steph

    This book was written in 2003. It was current at the time. Much of it is still relevant, but other parts are now more relevant and interesting from a historical standpoint?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Celia

    Phenomenal collection of essays I would strongly recommend for those interested in queer studies, citizenship, and/or thinking about borders and border spaces. Some essays are slightly better written than other, but this is a neatly collected selection that does a wonderful job of examining the intersections of different identities and how they effect border crossings and how immigration is perceived and enforced within the U.S. There are a number of essays that are particularly recommendable for Phenomenal collection of essays I would strongly recommend for those interested in queer studies, citizenship, and/or thinking about borders and border spaces. Some essays are slightly better written than other, but this is a neatly collected selection that does a wonderful job of examining the intersections of different identities and how they effect border crossings and how immigration is perceived and enforced within the U.S. There are a number of essays that are particularly recommendable for Latin American Studies scholars/students!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Hunter

    This is a neat collection of essays that address immigration and sexuality much more deeply than anything else you're going to find in the mainstream gay marriage movement. I was assigned it for a queer cultures class years ago and have used it since in a variety of other settings. Very glad to have read this book. This is a neat collection of essays that address immigration and sexuality much more deeply than anything else you're going to find in the mainstream gay marriage movement. I was assigned it for a queer cultures class years ago and have used it since in a variety of other settings. Very glad to have read this book.

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