Global Studies faculty and students featured in this Feet in Two Worlds Podcast on Mexican Youth in New York: http://fi2w.org/2013/07/29/podcast-mexican-youth-in-new-york-drop-out-in-record-numbers/ Fi2W is featuring stories by students in the Feet in 2 Worlds journalism course at The New School. Mexican students have the highest dropout rate of any major group in New York City public […]
New School faculty and students featured in this Feet in Two Worlds Podcast on Mexican Youth in New York
Daedalus’ current issue is dedicated to the topic of “Immigration & the Future of America” http://www.mitpressjournals.org/toc/daed/current Table of contents” Volume 142, Issue 3 – Summer 2013 – Immigration & the Future of America America’s Immigration Policy Fiasco: Learning from Past Mistakes Douglas S. Massey Daedalus Summer 2013, Vol. 142, No. 3: 5–15. Abstract | PDF […]
The Call for Papers: Politics of Race, Immigration and Ethnicity Consortium (University of Chicago, October 18, 2013)
The Politics of Race, Immigration and Ethnicity Consortium (PRIEC; for more information, please visit http://priec.org)) is now accepting proposals for its 35th meeting to be held at the University of Chicago campus on October 18, 2013. We seek submissions from scholars (of any rank or status) trained in political science, sociology, history, law, philosophy, and […]
Call for Papers: Fifth Annual University of California International Migration Conference: “Immigrant Integration in Comparative Perspective”
Conference Date: Friday, January 31, 2014 Location: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC San Diego Theme: This conference uses a comparative lens to study immigrant integration/ assimilation/ incorporation. Possible points of comparison are across place (at various scales from the continental to the national to the local); immigrant group; historical period; or type of integration […]
Professor Nina Khrushcheva contributed a recent opinion piece to The Moscow Times titled, “When Alienated Immigrants Turn to Terrorism.” Khrushcheva’s article addresses, among other things, the international context of the bombing in Boston. It also deals with the reality of home grown terrorism in the United States and critiques the tendency to explain the bombing […]
The New School Free Press reports on undocumented students and The New School Dream Team.
April 18-19, 2013 The Center for Public Scholarship and the Food Studies Program at The New School are pleased to present the 29th Social Research conference, “Food and Immigrant Life: The Role of Food in Forced Migration, Migrant Labor, and Re-creating Home,” on Thursday and Friday April 18 and 19, 2013, at The New School […]
The International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC) seeks to advance interdisciplinary research on various aspects of past and present patterns of international migration and immigrant integration in order to better understand their dynamics, the determinants of state policies in this sphere, and the development of global migration regimes. The center's aspiration is to foster the development of normatively desirable and progressive policies and practices.
For more information, contact:
Alexandra Délano, Coordinator
6 East 16th Street, 9th floor
New York, NY 10003