The Disappeared: An Integrated Look at Incarceration and Deportation
The rise of mass incarceration and punishment over the past 4 decades in the U.S. is largely understood as a black issue, while immigrant incarceration and punishment are largely understood as brown problems. These analytical borders segregate rich bodies of theory and analysis from each other. My research will use in-depth interviews of formerly incarcerated people and black and brown social justice movement leaders to create an integrated, bottom-up analysis serving to guide archival research of current statistics and recent trends in order to understand the mass incarceration and punishment of black and brown people as an integrated phenomenon.
Message to Sponsor
- Major: Ethnic Studies
- Sponsor: Wishek Fund
- Mentor: Pablo Gonzalez