Enhancements    

MEXICO AS IMMIGRATION ENFORCER: UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES TO MIGRANT FAMILY LIFE AND NEW DIASPORAS IN MEXICO

MEXICO AS IMMIGRATION ENFORCER: UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES TO MIGRANT FAMILY LIFE AND NEW DIASPORAS IN MEXICO
PI: Jeremy Slack
Sponsor: UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM
Sociology and Anthropology
Amount awarded: $39,500

This research project will address the impacts and processes shaping Mexico as a key part of the United States′ immigration enforcement policies and how this has led to new populations living along the Texas Mexico border and the interior of Mexico.

Posting date: Mon, 07/20/2020

Award start date: Tue, 09/01/2020
Award end date: Tue, 08/31/2021