Please read Director Aleinikoff’s piece “This Is How Private Citizens Could Help Refugees Come to the U.S.” in TIME Ideas!
Director Aleinikoff publishes “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.
Watch Judith Butler’s keynote address “Grievability and Resistance” and the “Borders and the Politics of Mourning” panel
The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility (ZIMM) is honored to having hosted the launch event of “Borders and the Politics of Mourning” a special issue published by Social Research: An International Quarterly (Summer 2016), with a keynote address entitled “Grivability and Resistance” by Judith Butler. Part of Institute’s 2016-2017 Lecture Series, the panel discussion features authors […]
Co-director Delano publishes on Mexico’s diaspora policies and Mexicans’ pursuit of inclusion in the US
Co-Director Alexandra Delano publishes an article in Current History on Mexico’s diaspora policies and Mexicans’ pursuit of inclusion in the US. Check it out: “The disadvantages faced by Mexican migrants, the challenges of their integration into US society, and the question of the rights due to noncitizens are at the core of the immigration debate in the […]
Alexandra Delano publishes an article co-authored with Benjamin Nienass entitled Borders and the Politics of Mourning on Public Seminar. The publication, on the occasion of the launch of Social Research: An International Quarterly‘s eponymous special issue edited by Delano and Nienass, is an adapted version of the introduction to the special issue.
Co-Director Alexandra Delano was a faculty member of the Colegio de Mexico Summer Course with participation of DREAMERs.
Check the video (in Spanish) about the group of DACA recipients that went to Mexico this summer for a course at El Colegio de Mexico. Co-Director Alexandra Delano was part of the faculty teaching.
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