- In the New York Times, you'll find an editorial by Eric Foner (Columbia University), on why "the president has birthright citizenship all wrong."
- Not surprisingly, in light of her recently published book on this very topic, Martha Jones (Johns Hopkins) has offered several commentaries. Here's a recent piece in the Atlantic; here is a segment she did for National Public Radio; here she is on Democracy Now! And here is a link to a piece that ran this past summer in the New York Times.
- Garett Epps (University of Baltimore) also has a piece in the Atlantic, titled "The Citizenship Clause Means What It Says."
- This Washington Post "retropolis" article on birthright citizenship and Wong Kim Ark highlights the work of a number of historians, including Lucy Salyer (University of New Hampshire), Bethany Berger (University of Connecticut), and Erika Lee (University of Minnesota). Last summer, the Washington Post's "Constitutional" podcast also devoted an episode to this topic.
If we've missed anything, please feel free to chime in in the comments and we'll update the post.