Friday, October 23, 2020
Today Friday, October 23 at 12pm EST, the @Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions will be hosting CSU historian @kangborderlaw to discuss her book The INS on the Line: Making Immigration Law on the US-Mexico Border, 1917-1954 (Oxford University Press 2017). Yale Law School Professor Cristina Rodríguez @cmrodriguez95, CUNY Professor and Herb Kurz Chair in Constitutional Rights in Political Science Anna Law @UnlawfulEntries, and Yale historian Brendan Shanahan will also be participating in the discussion.
- Winner of the 2018 Theodore Saloutos Book Award of the Immigration and Ethnic History Society
- Winner of the 2018 Henry Adams Prize of the Society for the History of the Federal Government
- Winner of the 2017 Berkshire Conference of Women Historians Book Prize
- Winner of the 2018 W. Turrentine Jackson Award of the Western History Association
- Winner of the 2018 Americo Paredes Book Award for Nonfiction
- Finalist, 2018 Weber-Clements Book Prize of the Western History Association
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