Migrant Crossings Reviewed in Contemporary Sociology

My book Stanford University Press reviewed by Samantha Majic published with Contemporary Sociology “Annie Fukushima’s Migrant Crossings: Witnessing Human Trafficking in the U.S.offers a timely intervention into contemporary discourse about (im)migration & human trafficking… Migrant Crossings challenges us to question these binaristic characterizations [of trafficking], and Fukushima’s call here to see migrants as complex persons located in particular histories of racism, sexism, colonial-ism, and militarism (among others) provides important guidance to policy-makers and various affected communities as they process and respond to this event.”

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