Presentations by Research Associates
A group of researchers from CCIS recently traveled to Washington, DC to present the results of research carried out as part of the Mexican Migration Field Research Program. In a presentation sponsored by the offices of Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-California) and Representative Candice Miller (R-Michigan), CCIS researchers presented research dealing with topics including the impact of border enforcement measures and laws at the sub-national level that deal with immigration matters on the behavior of Mexican immigrants in the United States. The presentation to congressional staffers was followed by a roundtable discussion with members of the Congressional Research Service (CRS). In a wide-ranging …Read Full Post
Introduction and Panel 1. Europe
Panel 2. North America
Panel 3. Asia
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UC San Diego. May 20, 2011.
The Weaver Conference Center.
How do liberal states make immigrants into nationals? For some observers, a postnational future beckons in which universal rights of personhood strip national identity of its relevance for claiming the rights of citizenship. According to others, transnational migrants can pick and choose their affiliations to multiple polities. For still others, differences between liberal states are becoming obsolete either because official multiculturalism renders the idea of national core cultures illegitimate or the universalistic qualities of liberalism strips states of their …Read Full Post
April Linton chairs the session “The Children of Immigrants in Comparative Perspective” at the Population Association of America (PAA) meetings in Washington, DC, March 31 – April 2, 2011.
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CCIS Director John Skrentny will be presenting “Obama and Immigration Reform: A Tough Sell for a Grand Bargain” at the meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago, March 31-April 3, 2011. CCIS Research Claire Adida will be presenting “Gender and Generosity: Problems in Islamic Integration into France” at the same meeting.
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CCIS Research Claire Adida presents at the “Gender and Generosity: Problems in Islamic Integration into France” at the Princeton University Conference on Comparative Approaches to Immigration and Ethnic Diversity, March 18 and 19, 2011 in Princeton, NJ.Read Full Post