Gilberto Rosas

Associate Professor

Additional Campus Affiliations

Associate Professor, Anthropology
Associate Professor, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory

Recent Publications

Rosas, G. (2016). The Border Thickens: In-Securing Communities after IRCA. International Migration, 54(2), 119-130.

Dávila, A., Mullings, L., Rosaldo, R., Plascencia, L. F. B., Chavez, L. R., Magaña, R., ... Rosa, J. D. (2014). On Latin@s and the Immigration Debate. American Anthropologist, 116(1), 146-159.

Rosas, G. (2012). Barrio Libre : criminalizing states and delinquent refusals of the new frontier. Durham, Nc: Duke University Press.

Rosas, G. (2011). Policing Life and Thickening Delinquency at the New Frontier. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 16(1), 24-40.

Rosas, G. (2010). Cholos, chúntaros, and the 'criminal' abandonments of the new frontier. Identities, 17(6), 695-713.

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