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Message posted on 16/07/2019

New Youth Circulations Posts

Hello all,

This month on Youth Circulations , Stephanie L. Canizales and Samuel De Le=C3=B3n document the traumatic consequences of asylum-seeking procedures on unaccompanied children--as well as on service providers. We're also featuring a reflection on the Immigration History Research Center Archives, a resource of great (and unexpectedly personal ) relevance to many of us doing this work.

Warm summer wishes to you all, Michele and Lauren

--=20 Michele L. Statz, Ph.D. Anthropologist of law Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Mobile: (608) 566-0876 Office: (218) 726-7372 Web: http://biobehavioral.umn.edu/bio/biobehav/michelestatz Research: www.northlandproject.org Co-editor of Youth Circulations

New Book: Lawyering an Uncertain Cause: Immigration Advocacy and Chinese Youth in the U.S. (Vanderbilt Press 2018)

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