Faculty Publications: Chicano/Latino Studies – Winter Break 2021-2022
Seven entries from the department of Chicano and Latino Studies. The entries include studies of incarceration, migration, and activism from a global, U.S., and Mexican perspective.
Rosas, Abigail. “Introduction: Enduring Dangers of Essentializing Labor and Laborers.” Special Issue: The Enduring Dangers of Essentializing Labor and Laborers, Abigail Rosas and Ana Elizabeth Rosas, eds. Kalfou: A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies Vol. 8, No. 1-2 (2021).
Soto, Oscar. “Barrio Criminology: Chicanx and Latinx Prison Abolition” in Abolish Criminology. Abingdon, UK: Routledge (co-authored with Xuan Santos, Juan Martin Leyva and Christopher Bickel). In press.
—. “On the Outs: Global Capitalism and Transcarceration,” Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict & World Order. In press.
—. “Can the Panthers Still Save Us? From Street Actions to Non-Profit Factions and the Non-Movement Against the Criminal Injustice System.” St. Anthony’s International Review 16(2): 88–114. 2021.
—. “Far from a Revolution: The need for a Critique of Global Capitalism in Prison Higher Education.” Journal of Higher Education in Prison, 1(1): 14 – 17. 2021.
Valles, Darío. “Chill Pills Panic: Legal Constructions of Play, Race, and the Policing of Care in California’s Administrative Courts.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 44, no. 1 (2021): 156-171.
—. “‘Cuando llegaron los Haitianos’: Black and Central American Migration, Respectability, and the Asylum Crisis in Tijuana, México.” Journal of Latin American Geography 19, no. 2 (2020): 288-298.