Borders, Detention, and the Trump Era: a talk by David Hernandez


David Hernández is a leading expert in the study of U.S. immigration policy and enforcement.  He has published widely on the topic and is currently working on a book, “Undue Process: Immigrant Detention and Lesser Citizenship,” which examines the intersections of immigration, detention, race, and imprisonment in the United States.   Hernández is Assistant Professor of Latina/o & Latin American Studies at Mount Holyoke College, where he teaches “The Politics of Inequality,” “Introduction to Latina/o Studies,” “Visualizing Immigrant Narratives,” and “Disposable People.”  He is also co-editor of the anthology Critical Ethnic Studies, A Reader (2016). 

Free and open to the public.  Sponsored by the Holyoke History Room.