THE JOURNAL OF REGIONAL HISTORY V.4 No.4
Justice, Power and Policy towards the Ethnics in the Sunbelt region of the USA. ...
THE JOURNAL OF REGIONAL HISTORY V.4 No.4

Justice, Power and Policy towards the Ethnics in the Sunbelt region of the USA. Review of the collective monograph: Chase, R.T., ed. Caging Borders and Carceral States: Incarcerations, Immigration Detentions, and Resistance. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2019.

Authors:
Il'ya A. Sokov
DOI:
10.23859/2587-8344-2020-4-3-11
Full text:
The work is devoted to the analysis of a collection prepared by a group of American researchers on the historical past and present of the situation of Hispanic population in the United
States of America, which raises the problem of segregation of Hispanics at the federal level. In the 21st century, ethnic Hispanics are becoming one of the largest population groups in the United States, and Spanish is the second most widely used language after English in this country, which makes the issue raised in the monograph under review very relevant. The authors of the collection focused their research on the features of segregation of Latin Americans in the states of the Sunbelt, thereby clearly limiting the regional scope of their research. By their publications, they prove that the southern states of the United States have turned into carceral states for Latin Americans.
Il'ya A. Sokov
Doctor of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Professor at the Department of International
Relations, Political Science and Regional Studies, Volgograd State University
Volgograd, Russia
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7146-7340
sokov@volsu.ru
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Keywords:
Hispanics, Sunbelt, carceral states, caging borders, undocumented migrants
For citation:
Sokov, I. “Justice, Power and Policy Towards the Ethnics in the Sunbelt Region of the USA.” Review of the collective monograph: Chase, R.T., ed. Caging Borders and Carceral States: Incarcerations, Immigration Detentions, and Resistance. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2019. Historia Provinciae – The Journal of Regional History, vol. 4, no. 4 (2020): 1419–43, http://doi.org/10.23859/2587-8344-2020-4-4-11

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