Surveillance and Society: The Undocumented Everyday

By Ray Silvius
Surveillance and Society
The Undocumented Everyday (Rebecca M. Schreiber)The Undocumented Everyday is a significant scholarly achievement amid growing anti-immigrant
practices and populist, xenophobic politics. While straddling Migration Studies, Geography, American Studies, Political Theory, Aesthetic Theoryand Cultural Studies (and arguably more disciplines)Rebecca Schreiber assiduously chronicles the “everyday” politics, artistic production, aesthetic strategiesand struggles for self-representation of undocumented Central American and Mexican migrants in America.

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