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Master's Projects/Capstones from 2019

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The Narrowing Road to Asylum: How Limitation and Exclusion Have Shaped the 1951 Convention Refugee in the Modern Age, Nancy Giesel

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Cariño in the Clase: Understanding how teachers and staff in San José navigate caring, protecting, and empowering undocumented Latinx high school students in the Trump Era, Nancy Haro

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Shifting Views: How Experiential Learning Shapes University Students’ Sense of Civic Engagement and Solidarity on Migration, Karen Larke

Theses from 2018

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Overlooking Men and Boys in Forced Criminality at the Border: A Content Analysis of Human Trafficking Training and Awareness Materials, Eric Beasley

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On the Front Lines: Service Providers Respond to the Haitian Refugee Crisis, Karina Castro

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From Davao City to Daly City: Examining Translanguaging and Transnationalism in the 1.5-Generation Filipin(a/o) Americans of Daly City, Rita Ewing

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Cuisjleños in Santa Ana: Exploring Identity and Blackness Among Costeño Afro-Mexican Migrants in California, Michell Figueroa

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“Unwanted in my own country”: Testimonies of identity and belonging-negotiations in a post-Trump America, Nadia Naghedi Baradaran Hajjar

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Dreams sin Fronteras: Exploring the Lives and Experiences of Five Returned Migrants in Mexico, Andrea Portillo

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“Se Van a Trabajar, Pero Se Quedan a Vivir”: A Qualitative Exploration into the Subjective Well-being of Mexican Women in a Migrant-Sending Community, Vanessa Saldivar