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Immigration, Deportation and Citizenship, 1908-2018: Selected Resources from the IGS and Ethnic Studies Libraries: Additional Books, Films, and Campus Resources

Books

Bracero 1860-1925 by Eugene Nelson
Publication Date: 1972
Call No.:PZ3 .N3 Ethnic Studies
A novel in which an indigenous man from southern Mexico travels to the U.S. and become a bracero [guest worker] in the 1950s.

Manifest destiny in the mines : a cultural interpretation of anti-Mexican nativism in California, 1848-1853  by Richard H. Peterson
Publication Date: 1975
Call No.: F866 .P442  Ethnic Studies
Peterson explores anti-Mexican sentiment and it's origins in "the doctrine of manifest destiny as political, racial and religious response [which] gave the American a positive sense of moral superiority."  

Anglo over bracero : a history of the Mexican worker in the United States from Roosevelt to Nixon by Peter N. Kirstein.
Publication date: 1977
Call No.: HD6300 .K639  Ethnic Studies, HD8081 .M6K52 Main Library  

 

Films

Campus Resources

Undocumented Student Program at UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley’s Undocumented Student Program (USP) provides guidance and support to undocumented undergraduates at Cal.

Health Services for Undocumented Students at Tang Center

Tang provides health services to undocumented services. Explore what kinds of resources they offer at their website.