This is an informal and constantly developing list of resources.
Migration and technology literature list
If you would like access to the list of citations I used in my presentation on electronic monitoring and migrants at the Political Geography Pre-Conference in 2023, you have two options. You can download a RIS text file of the citation, which you can then import to your citation manager. Or you can download a list of formatted citations. Both will download as a text file (.txt), but they can be read into programs like Endnote and Zotero (for the RIS file), or Microsoft Word (for the formatted citations).
Critical Geographies of Climate Migration Syllabus
My syllabus for Critical Geographies of Climate Migration taught at George Washington University in Spring 2023 is available below. The syllabus does tend to shift slightly over the semester, so what you see here may not be the final version. Click here for a PDF of the syllabus.
Immigration Organizations with Useful Data Sources
- Global Detention Project. — For more information, see my post titled “The United States and Canada are Home to More Than a Third of all Immigrant Detention Facilities Globally in Recent Years” that uses their detention facility data.
Open Source Resources
- Immigration Law: An Open Casebook by Professor Kit Johnson.
- Data on immigrant detention numbers during COVID-19 maintained by the Vera Institute of Justice. See the repository on Github here.
- Tom Dreisbach’s trove of FOIA documents related to conditions in ICE detention, also available on DocumentCloud through links at the bottom of the article below. Download the zip file here (est. 440MB).
Recommended News Articles
- Tom Dreisbach. August 16, 2023. “Government’s own experts found ‘barbaric’ and ‘negligent’ conditions in ICE detention.” (link)