Immigration Faculty Research

Robert Koulish, Immigration and American Democracy: Subverting the Rule of Law, (New York: Routledge Press, 2009).

"Spiderman's Web and the Governmentality of Electronic Immigrant Detention," (Robert Koulish). 2012. Journal of Law, Culture, and the Humanities, 9(2): 1-26.

Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor, . . . But Make Sure They Have a Green Card: The Effects of Documented and Undocumented Migrant Context on Anglo Opinion Towards Immigration. 1998. (Irwin Morris and M.V. Hood III). Political Behavior. March: 1-15.

Quedate o Vente!: Uncovering the Determinants of Hispanic Public Opinion Towards Immigration. (Irwin Morris, M.V. Hood III, and Kurt Shirkey). 1997. Political Research Quarterly. September 50(3):627-674.

Amigos o Eneigos?: Racial Context, Racial Attitudes, and White Public Opinion Towards Immigration. (Irwin Morris and M.V. Hood III). 1997. Social Science Quarterly. June 78(2): 309-323.

Entering the Risk Society: A Contested Terrain for Immigration Enforcement,” Social Control and Justice: Crimmigration in the Age of Fear, Lemma/Eleven Publishing (2012)—Robert Koulish

“The Privatization of Immigration Control,” in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader, (second edition) edited by Richard Delgado & Jean Stefancic, (NYU Press, 2010)—Robert Koulish

Blackwater and the Privatization of Immigration Control,” Saint Thomas Law Review (Spring, 2008)—Robert Koulish

“Profit, Plenary Powers and Militarization: A ‘Perfect Storm’ Scenario for Immigration
Control," 3 Journal Migration and Refugee Issues (No.4) (2007)—Robert Koulish

“Privatizing the Leviathan Immigration State” MR-zine (Monthly Review online), (July 20, 2007).—Robert Koulish

“Teaching Diversity through Service-Learning Immigrant Assistance,” Transforming the Classroom, Transforming the World. Carolyn O’Grady ed. Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates. (2000).—Robert Koulish

“Citizenship Service Learning: Becoming Citizens by Assisting Immigrants,” PS: Political Science and Politics. (1998).—Robert Koulish

“U.S. Immigration Authorities and Border Communities,” Migration World Magazine. (Sept-Oct. 1995).—Robert Koulish

“Human and Civil Rights Abuses at the U.S.-Mexico-Border,” 3 Poverty and Race. (Oct. 1994).—Robert Koulish

“U.S. Immigration Authorities and Victims of Human and Civil Rights Abuses: The Border Interaction Project Study of South Tucson, Arizona, and South Texas,” University of Arizona Mexican American Studies and Research Center Working Paper Series No. 20.(June 1994).—Robert Koulish

“Systemic Deterrence Against Prospective Asylum Seekers: A Study of a South Texas Immigration District,” Immigration and Nationality Law Review (1992).—Robert Koulish

“Systemic Deterrence Against Prospective Asylum Seekers: A Study of a South Texas Immigration District,” 19 New York University Journal of Law and Social Change. (1992).—Robert Koulish