Jacqueline Stevens

Jacqueline Stevens is a professor in the political science department at Northwestern University. Her most recent book is States Without Nations: Citizenship for Mortals (Columbia University Press, 2009).

Lawless Courts

Lawless Courts Lawless Courts

Immigration judges who flagrantly disregard the law are sheltered by a secretive system.

Oct 20, 2010 / Feature / Jacqueline Stevens

Broken ICE Broken ICE

Inside ICE's secret detention facility on Varick Street in Manhattan.

Feb 25, 2010 / Editorial / Jacqueline Stevens

ICE Agents’ Ruse Operations ICE Agents’ Ruse Operations

ICE agents regularly impersonate civilians--OSHA inspectors, insurance agents, religious workers--in order to arrest longtime US residents who have no criminal history.

Dec 18, 2009 / Feature / Jacqueline Stevens

America’s Secret ICE Castles America’s Secret ICE Castles

Immigration agents are holding US residents in unlisted and unmarked subfield offices.

Dec 16, 2009 / Feature / Jacqueline Stevens

Secret Courts Exploit Immigrants Secret Courts Exploit Immigrants

You don't need to go to Iran or North Korea to find secret courts. Try attending a US immigration hearing.

Jun 16, 2009 / Feature / Jacqueline Stevens

Thin ICE Thin ICE

In its zeal, the federal immigration agency has been deporting US citizens.

Jun 5, 2008 / Feature / Jacqueline Stevens

PR for the ‘Book of Life’ PR for the ‘Book of Life’

Biotechnology is hyped as the next big step in medicine—but is it all financial speculation?

Nov 26, 2001 / Feature / Jacqueline Stevens