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The Politics of Immigration Enforcement in Post-Civil Rights America PATRISIA MACÍAS-ROJAS “Compelling...and essential The DeporTaTion-To-prison from deportation reading for scholars, activists topipeline prison and policy makers.” —Beth E. the politics of immigration enforcement america’s new immigration regime in post-civil rights america Richie, author of Arrested Justice patr isia macías-rojas patrisia macías-rojas

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Revoking Citizenship

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Expatriation in America from the Colonial Era to the War on Terror BEN HERZOG “A timely yet sure to be lasting contribution...For anyone concerned with the problems of citizenship, it is essential reading.” —Chad Alan Goldberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison $27.00 • 216 PAGES PAPER • 978-1-4798-7771-3 In the Citizenship and Migration in the Americas series

Immigrants Under Threat

Risk and Resistance in Deportation Nation GREG PRIETO A portrait of two Mexican immigrant communities confronting threats of deportation, detention, and dispossession.

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The Crisis of Absolute School Discipline DEREK W. BLACK “A convincing argument that the courts must step in to speed reform and ensure that all students are cared for equally.” —Library Journal

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Latinos and African Americans in South Los Angeles CID GREGORY MARTINEZ “This ground-breaking book makes a timely and crucial contribution to the study of urban poverty, policing, violence, and race relations.” —Victor Rios, author of Punished $28.00 • 272 PAGES PAPER • 978-0-8147-6284-4

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Women of the Street

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A History of the Innocence Movement ROBERT J. NORRIS “A major, innovative contribution to the scholarship on wrongful convictions and a true delight to read.” —Daniel S. Medwed, author of Prosecution Complex

Women’s Testimonies of Repression and Resistance in Argentina BARBARA SUTTON A wealth of oral testimonies place women’s bodies and voices at the center of an analysis of state terror in Argentina.

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The Case for the Corporate Death Penalty

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Reentry in the Era of Mass Incarceration MARIEKE LIEM “After Life Imprisonment deserves careful reading….A fascinating work of original and creative research.” —from the Foreword by Robert Sampson, author of Great American City

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Criminology Goes to the Movies

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Trayvon Martin, Race, and the Criminal Justice System Edited by DEVON JOHNSON, PATRICIA Y. WARREN, and AMY FARRELL “Shed[s] new and harsh light into the dark corners of law and criminal justice.” —Jeffrey A. Fagan, Columbia Law School $28.00 • 384 PAGES PAPER • 978-1-4798-9429-1 In the New Perspectives in Crime, Deviance, and Law series

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African American Girls, Urban Inequality, and Gendered Violence JODY MILLER “Miller’s analysis is spot-on and sensitive, illuminating the oft overseen effects and workings of privilege.” —Feminist Review

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The New Criminal Justice Thinking

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The Criminal Brain

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Critical Race Theory

Gender, Race, and the New Politics of Imprisonment JILL A. MCCORKEL “To everyone interested in justice, human rights and the politics of imprisonment, Breaking Women is recommended as essential reading.” —British Journal of Criminology

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After Life Imprisonment

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