Friday, November 22 / 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM LaSalle 5 (Floor 7)

Session 135
Laws, Rights, Policies: Migrants in the Americas

Chair: Linda Reeder, University of Missouri
Discussant: Linda Reeder, University of Missouri

1. The Mexican Land & Colonization Law of 1883: Historiography without HumansJose Angel Hernandez, University of Houston.

2. The Making of Extraterritorial Citizenship and the Approval of Emigrant Political Rights: The Cases of Argentina and Colombia 1900-1993Leydy Diossa-Jimenez, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

3. Refugees to Deportees: Tracing the Migration Journey from El Salvador to the U.S. And BackKelly Birch Maginot, Michigan State University.

4. The Irony of U.S. Cuban Immigration Policy: The Privileging of Cubans and Its Unintended ConsequencesSusan Eckstein, Boston University.

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