Melissa J. Lauro '18, Gettysburg College
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This paper argues that sanctuary cities and sanctuary policies in the United States are a manifestation of the conflicts resulting from processes of globalization, which have changed traditional notions of citizenship, state sovereignty, and state security, as well as fostered a cultural backlash and identity politics within the U.S.
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Lauro, Melissa J., "Is Citizenship Still Relevant? State Sovereignty, Migration, and Sanctuary Cities in a Globalizing World" (2018). Student Publications. 599.