Unjust Deserts: How the Modern Immigration System Lacks Moral Credibility
Linus Chan
Volume 16.1
Criminalization and the Politics of Migration in Brazil
Jayesh Rathod
Volume 16.1
Crimmigration in Gangland: Race, Crime, and Removal During the Prohibition Era
Geoffrey Heeren
Volume 16.1
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Issue 16.1

Fall 2018


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Unjust Deserts: How the Modern Immigration System Lacks Moral Credibility

by Linus Chan

On February 26, 2018, the mayor of Oakland decided to give a warning to residents of the North Bay of an impending action by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to find and arrest non-citizens for removal from the United States. Her office posted a statement on Twitter which among other things said, “My priority is for the well-being and safety of all residents—particularly our most vulnerable—and I know...

Article

Criminalization and the Politics of Migration in Brazil

by Jayesh Rathod

In May 2017, the government of Brazil enacted a new immigration law, replacing a statute introduced in 1980 during the country’s military dictatorship with progressive legislation that advances human rights principles and adopts innovative approaches to migration management...

Article

Crimmigration in Gangland: Race, Crime, and Removal During the Prohibition Era

by Geoffrey Heeren

In 1926, local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities in Chicago pursued a deportation drive ostensibly directed at gang members. However, the operation largely took the form of indiscriminate raids on immigrant neighborhoods of the city. Crimmigration in Gangland describes the largely forgotten 1926 deportation drive in Chicago as a means to augment the origin story for...

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The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law 2018 David H. Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice

by Dr. James Forman Jr.

Alan C. Michaels: Thank you all for joining us this afternoon for our annual David H. Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice. In what I think is a first, we have more lunches left than seats in the auditorium—people came for the lecture and I'm so excited about that because this is such a great event and today is going to be another great day in tradition.

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