Immigration historians, take note. Scholar Lucy Salyer has an essay up at Zocalo where she writes about Irish Americans who joined the Fenian Brotherhood around the time of the U.S. Civil War and the shifting ideas of allegiance, citizenship, and expatriation implicated in their story. Read The Irish American Social Club Whose Exploits in Their Homeland Sparked a New Understanding of Citizenship – and then go get the book. Under the Starry Flag: How a Band of Irish Americans Joined the Fenian Revolt and Sparked a Crisis over Citizenship was published by Harvard University Press in 2018.
- Bryan Winston, “Contesting Immigration Incarceration: How the Mexican Consulate in St. Louis Worked to Free Migrants”
- Stepan Serdiukov, “Remembering the Old Neighborhood in Chicago: Residential Desegregation, White Ethnic Revival, and the Politics of Oral History”