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Josiah Heyman is a professor of anthropology, Endowed Professor of Border Trade Issues, and director of the Center for Interamerican and Border Studies at the University of Texas at El Paso. He is the editor of States and Illegal Practices and author of Life and Labor on the Border: Working People of Northeastern Sonora, 1886–1986 and Finding a Moral Heart for U.S. Immigration Policy: An Anthropological Perspective. He has published more than one hundred scholarly articles and book chapters, and in 1999 received the Curl Essay Prize of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland for “Respect for Outsiders? Respect for Law? The Moral Evaluation of High-Scale Issues by U.S. Immigration Officers.”
Josiah Heyman (3 Titles)

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Life and Labor on the Border
Working People of Northeastern Sonora, 1886-1986
By Josiah Heyman

Life and Labor on the Border
Working People of Northeastern Sonora, Mexico, 1886–1986
By Josiah Heyman

The U.S.-Mexico Transborder Region
Cultural Dynamics and Historical Interactions
Edited by Carlos G. Vélez-Ibáñez; Josiah Heyman

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