The PCB-AHA will present a virtual panel from our 2020 conference program, “Enduring, Negotiating, Interrogating Liminality: Migrants and Immigrants at the Border, in Dentention, and in Agricultural Labor since 1882.” The presentations are:
Patrick Lozar of the University of Victoria: “An American Indian Mother and a Chinese Father …”: Entanglements of Exclusion and Indigeneity across the Canada-United States Border, 1905-1908
Michael Weeks of Utah Valley University: Migrant Labor and Environmental Risk in the 1920s and 1930s
Jonathan Cortez of Brown University: Agricultural Architecture: Housing Labor on the Farm
Jennifer Cullison of the University of Nevada, Reno, Fighting the Extremes of Liminality: The Case Against Deprivation of Parole and Indefinite Detention in US Immigration Law
Ashley Black of California State University, Stanislaus, will chair and comment.
The panel will be on Zoom at 3 p.m. Pacific, Saturday, August 8. Join at https://csustan.zoom.us/j/93551530912?pwd=SENvTHYyc1l6Ly9Gam82b3Awdml3Zz09. Password, AHAPCB2020.