Watch Nancy Hiemstra’s “Detain and Deport” talk

Inaugurating the spring semester of the Zolberg Institute’s 2015-2016 Lecture Series, the visiting scholar Nancy Hiemstra gave the “Detain and Deport: A Transnational Ethnography of the U.S. Immigration Enforcement.” The talk is now available online. Watch it!

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