Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy

Citation:

Hernandez, Juana, and Jeffrey Reynoso, ed. 2015. “Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy.” Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 27.
Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy

Abstract:

Founded in 1985 at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy is an academic non-partisan review that publishes works on politics and policy. It is one of the premiere publications in the nation that focuses on the policy issues that impact the U.S. Latino/a community. 

Curated by the 2014-2015 Editorial Board, Volume 27 features research, commentary, and special content by leading scholars, practitioners, and artists, including:

  • "Unaccompanied Child Migrants in 'Crisis': New Surge or Case of Arrested Development?" by David M. Hernández (Commentary)
  • "Realizing the DREAM: Expanding Access to Professional Licenses for California’s Undocumented Immigrants" by State Senator Ricardo Lara (Commentary)
  • "Se Siente, Se Siente, Nuestra Gente Está Presente: Latinos and the Search for 21st Century Economic Empowerment" by Víctor G. Sánchez (Commentary)
  • "Catch-and-Detain: The Detention Bed Quota and the United States’ Overreliance on Detention as a Tool for the Enforcement of Immigration Laws" by Carolina Rizzo (Research Article)
  • "Achieving First in the World: Hispanic Serving Institutions and Closing the Attainment Gap" by Brenda Calderon (Research Article)
  • "The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and America's Future: An Analysis of the Potential Impacts of Major RFS Policy Alternatives on U.S. Hispanics" by Wesley R. Brooks (Research Article)
  • "Alien Inspector" by Annie Lopez (Cover Art)

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Paperback: $20.00
Last updated on 06/14/2015