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A Bibliography for Reimagining Borders is a collection of resources recommended by students, faculty, and staff at St. Edward’s University. The list is inspired by the University’s 2017–2018 Common Theme program on immigrant voices and seeks to expand the conversation around current social and political concerns about immigration issues on campus and beyond during this critical time in our country. The recommendations are derived from diverse contexts and subject matters that expand, complicate, or make us think differently about what a border is, what it does, or who it affects.
Contributors: Molly Sherman, Quentin Arch, Alex Barron, Harris Bauman, Julie Anne Chaires, Elizaveta Dovgish, Miguel Escoto, Emily Fahey, Chris Flynn, Allyson Garcia, Mando Garcia, Jackie Gonzalez, Lilli Hime, Cory Lock, Mike Merrill, Collin Mims, Pete Pascone, Joseph Ramirez, Alexandra Robinson, Lucia Rosales, Veronica Rosas, Veronica Salazar, Logan Stallings, Ryan Kellus Turner, Don Unger, Daniela Urda, Edith Valle, Joseph Ver, Sara Villanueva, Sasha West
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Sherman, Molly, "A Bibliography for Reimagining Borders" (2017). A Bibliography for Reimagining Borders. 1.