On March 1st, the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at The New School hosted a panel entitled “The Trump Executive Orders on Immigration and Refugees: A legal and policy discussion” featuring Professor Alexandra Delano (Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts), Eleanor Acer (Human Rights First), and Kavita Pawria-Sanchez (NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs). Please click here to listen […]
Check out Director Aleinikoff’s Travel Ban 2.0: “[The] changes are strategic, not principled”.
Check out 2015-16 Visiting Scholar Nancy Hiemstra’s piece about Trump’s idea to separate immigrant mothers and children at the border: “What would you do to save your kids? The outrage of separating immigrant families at the border“
Jonathan Bach, Associate Professor and Chair of the Global Studies Program, has edited a new book, Learning from Shenzhen, from the University of Chicago Press. This multidisciplinary volume, the first of its kind, presents an account of China’s contemporary transformation via one of its most important yet overlooked cities: Shenzhen, located just north of Hong […]
Director Aleinikoff publishes “This Is How Private Citizens Could Help Refugees Come to the U.S.” in TIME Ideas
Please read Director Aleinikoff’s piece “This Is How Private Citizens Could Help Refugees Come to the U.S.” in TIME Ideas!
Zolberg Institute Director Alexander Aleinikoff published two commentaries on President Trump’s executive orders on immigration and refugees: The Trump Executive Orders on Immigration Enforcement: How a wilful disregard for facts has produced disastrous policy and Trump’s Executive Order: Banning Immigration and Refugee Admissions.
Check this article Meet the Central American Women the United States Is Detaining and Deporting by Emily Gogolak featuring on The Nation.
Incorporation, development, migrant organizations and state responsibility across borders by co-director Alexandra Delano
Incorporation, development, migrant organizations and state responsibility across borders By Alexandra Delano The State and the Grassroots examines the spatial and temporal dimensions of transnational activities carried out by both economic migrants and refugees, through a comparative analysis of different countries or origin and areas of settlement, and considering historical and generational shifts over […]
Prof. and Co-Director Alexandra Delano has published an open letter to Donald Trump. An Open Letter to Donald Trump on Mexico-US Ties Dear President-Elect Donald Trump, I write to you as a citizen of the United States and of Mexico, and as a fellow New Yorker. My American grandmother was brought to Mexico as a […]
Anne McNevin published the piece Borders and Politics of Mourning: A Response in a Post-Trump World on Public Seminar.
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