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The Undocumented Everyday: Migrant Lives and the Politics of Visibility


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The Undocumented Everyday examines the significance of self-representation by undocumented Mexican and Central American migrants. Rebecca M. Schreiber argues that by centering their own subjectivity and presence through their use of documentary media, these migrants are effectively challenging intensified regimes of state surveillance and liberal strategies that emphasize visibility as a form of empowerment and inclusion.

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