From Multiracial to Monoracial: The Formation of Mexican American Identities in the U.S. Southwest

The last decade saw a rapid increase in the number of studies where time–frequency changes of radiocarbon dates have been used as a proxy for inferring past population dynamics. Although its universal and straightforward premise is appealing and undoubtedly offers some unique opportunities for res...

1 year ago

Lost in translation: how comparing the uses of the term ‘foreigner’ can help explain China’s immigration policy shift

Scholars normally explore China’s international migration policy through a pure social sciences lens. This article aims to investigate the policy evolution trajectory, adding a linguistic viewpoint. It explores the question of how the word ‘foreigner’ changed to reflect shifting policies. Theo...

2 years ago

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