I am a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at Duke University. My research interests are in the areas of race and ethnicity, immigration, and crimmigration (criminalization of immigration policy and procedure). My dissertation highlights how federal immigration enforcement programs are implemented through local law enforcement in the new immigrant destination of North Carolina. I’m especially interested in how these policies and procedures relate to issues of criminal justice accountability, transparency and reform. You can find more information about my publications, research, and teaching by visiting the CV page of my website.
Arriaga, F. "Relationships between the Public and Crimmigration Entities in North Carolina: A 287(g) Program Focus." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 3.3 (July 2017): 417-431. Full Text
Arriaga, F. "Understanding Crimmigration: Implications for Racial and Ethnic Minorities Within the United States." Sociology Compass 10.9 (September 2016): 805-812. Full Text