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Professor, LSJ/International Studies; Helen H. Jackson Chair in Human Rights; Director, Center for Human Rights
UW human rights report questions compliance with state law restricting cooperation with immigration officials
(August 12, 2021)
LSJ Honors Class Tackles Immigration in Washington
(June 3, 2014)
Nasrulai, Anusha. "Narrowing and Broadening Racial Identity: Exploring Middle Eastern American Immigrants’ Identity Formation Through a Social Race Construction Framework". Law, Societies & Justice, University of Washington, 2021.
Chang, Matt. “The European Court of Human Rights and Participation in Judicial Rule-Making,” University of Washington. Department of Law, Societies, and Justice. 2021.
Michael McCann and Filiz Kahraman, “The Interdependence of Authoritarian and Liberal Legalities in Racial Capitalist Regimes.” With Filiz Kahraman. Article solicited for Annual Review of Law and Social Science. 2021.
Katherine Beckett and Heather Evans. 2015. “Crimmigration at the Local Level: Criminal Case Processing in the Shadow of Deportation.”
Law and Society Review
49, 1: 241-277.
"Communities in Shadows: The Effects of Deportation Policies on Families in Washington State". Law, Societies, and Justice Group Honors Report. 2013-2014.
Katherine Beckett and Heather Evans. 2013.
Immigration Detainer Requests in King County, Washington: Costs and Consequences.
Report commissioned by the Northwest Defender’s Association.
Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky. 2011. "The Growing Human Rights Crisis Along Washington's Northern Border." [with Kendra Anderson, Sarah Curry, Angelina Snodgrass Godoy]. Report prepared for OneAmerica. Seattle, WA: OneAmerica, formerly Hate Free Zone.
Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky. 2006. “A la parada: the Social Practices of Men on a Street Corner”. Social Text, Vol.24, No. 88, Fall 2006.