CCIS has organized and hosted 24 research conferences, workshops, and graduate student training institutes . Most of these events have resulted in important publications, including three books published by Stanford University Press. In addition, CCIS has hosted more than 65 briefings for academic and non-academic groups, conducted by the Center's academic staff.
CCIS Visiting Fellows, faculty and graduate students from various UC campuses spoke on “A New Migration Era? U.S.- Mexico Migration under Fox and the New U.S. Administration,” “New Directions in Immigration Policy in Germany and the EU,” and “Recent Developments in Immigration in Asia.”
Winter 2001 Research Workshop Agenda »
Co-sponsored by CCIS, the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, and the Ernesto Galarza Public Policy and Humanities Research Bureau
This conference brought together scholars from various disciplines, social activists, and public officials from Mexico and the U.S. to discuss the consequences of recent legal and policy changes affecting citizenship (including expatriate voting and cultural rights) for indigenous peoples in Mexico and Mexican migrants in the U.S.
A preview of cutting-edge research in the multidisciplinary field of immigration studies. Thirty Fellows of the Social Science Research Council’s International Migration Program reported on their recently completed research, and 10 senior immigration scholars commented.Read Full Post
From the late 19th Century to the present, with leading historians and anthropologists presenting new papers.
Asians and Jews in Latin America Agenda »
May 12-13, 2000: International Migration of Highly Skilled/Professional Workers to the U.S. and Canada
The papers presented at this conference have been published as a CCIS Anthology.
Migration of the Highly Skilled Agenda »