Binational Human Rights: the U.S.-Mexico Experience
Cafaro, Philip. How Many Is Too Many?: the Progressive Argument for Reducing Immigration Into the United States
Dreby, Joanna. Everyday Illegal: When Policies Undermine Immigrant Families
Immigration and National Identities in Latin America
Meyers, Susan V. Del otro lado: Literacy and Migration Across the U.S.-Mexico Border
Terrio, Susan J. Whose Child Am I: Unaccompanied, Undocumented Children in U.S. Immigration Custody
In the print Reference Collection:
Encyclopedia of American Immigration
Facts About American Immigration
In our DVD Collection:
2501 Migrants: a Journey
The 800 Mile Wall
AbUSed: the Postville Raid
La Bestia = The Beast
De Nadie = Border Crossing
A Bridge Apart
From the Other Side
The Harvest = La cosecha
Harvest of Loneliness
Lost in Detention: President Obama's Tough Immigration Enforcement
The Other Side of Immigration
Rape in the Fields
Wetback: the Undocumented Documentary
Which Way Home
Who is Dayani Cristal?
Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies
A research center based at UC San Diego. Working papers are available in PDF format.
Department of Homeland Security: Immigration Statistics
Immigration, naturalization and border apprehension statistics. Includes the Yearbook of Immigration Statistics in PDF format.
Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930
A digital collection from Harvard University Library. The collection includes books, pamphlets, photographs and archival materials.
LANIC: Immigration & Migration
An excellent collection of links to country and regional resources, academic research resources, government agencies and organizations maintained by the Latin American Network Information Center at University of Texas at Austin.
Mexican Migration Project
A research collaboration between the Office of Population Research at Princeton University and Depto. de Estudios Sobre Movimientos Sociales (DESMOS) at Universidad de Guadalajara. Links to data and publications available for purchase and free for download.
New Immigrant Survey
An ongoing research project based at Princeton focusing on new legal immigrants to the U.S. and their children. The website provides access to data and research papers of the project. Registration is required.
Pew Hispanic Center: Immigration
Data and public opinion surveys.
U.S. Census Bureau: Immigration
Both current and historical statistics relating to immigration, refugees and foreign born population.