Ming Hsu Chen,
Teaching Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Citizenship and Immigration, 67
St. Louis U. L.J.
Available at: https://repository.uclawsf.edu/faculty_scholarship/1964
This essay reflects on the use of interdisciplinary perspectives in teaching survey and seminar classes on immigration and citizenship. It focuses on three benefits. First, empirical research gives the doctrine a reality check. Second, normative inquiry evaluates the doctrine against desired values. Third, policy analysis opens up possibilities for reforming and improving on doctrine.
St. Louis Univerisyt Law Journal