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AcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. Hemispheric Latinidades: Migrating Bodies and the Blurred Borders of Latino Identities2. Dirty Politics of Representation: Dehumanizing Discourse, Latinidad, and the Struggle for Self-Ascribed Ethnic Identity3. Spectacles of Incarceration: Biopolitics, Public Shaming, and the Pornography of Prisons4. Latinos in a Post-9/11 Moment: American Identity and the Public Latino BodyEpilogueNotesWorks CitedIndex
The son of Ecuadorian immigrants, John D. Rio Riofrio is an associate professor of Latino and Hispanic Studies at the College of William and Mary. He has also contributed to the Huffington Post on controversial topics related to immigration.