CSER UN3490 Post 9/11 Immigration Policies. 4 points.
Enrollment limited to 22.
Since September 11, 2001, there has been an avalanche of immigration enforcement policies and initiatives proposed or implemented under the guise of national security. This course will analyze the domino effect of the Patriot Act, the Absconder Initiative, Special Registration, the Real I.D. Act, border security including the building of the 700-mile fence along the U.S./Mexico border, Secured Communities Act-that requires the cooperation of state and local authorities in immigration enforcement, the challenge to birthright citizenship, and now the congressional hearings on Islamic radicalization. Have these policies been effective in combating the war on terrorism and promoting national security? Who stands to benefit from these enforcement strategies? Do immigrant communities feel safer in the U.S.? How have states joined the federal bandwagon of immigration enforcement or created solutions to an inflexible, broken immigration system?
Fall 2018: CSER UN3490
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|CSER 3490||001/21912||Th 10:10am - 12:00pm
304 Hamilton Hall