Department: Criminal Justice Sciences
Description: This course covers historical and contemporary debates related to immigration, crime, and immigration enforcement. We will interrogate and debunk the widespread myth that associates immigrants with criminality, critique the political arguments used to justify merging of criminal and immigration law, and discuss the consequences of contemporary immigration enforcement for communities.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: 45 hours completed
Dates: 06/17/2024 - 07/12/2024
Instructor: Marta Ascherio
Class Notes: Asynchronous Online
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