External Research Associates

Affiliation; Research Interests
Manolo Abella International Labor Office, International Migration Programme; International labour migration.
David  Abraham University of Miami School of Law; Immigration law; Citizenship and membership; Comparative law/Europe/EEC
Laura  Adams University of San Diego School of Law; Immigration law; Refugee law
Howard  Adelman York University, Centre for Refugee Studies; Early warning and conflict management; The genocide in Rwanda; The Rwanda crisis from Uganda to Zaire
Belen Agrela Universidad de Jaen Escuela Universitaria de Trabajo Social Dpto. de Psicologia, Area de Trabajo Social y Servicios Sociales; Immigration policies with immigrants in Spain; Institutional construction of cultural and ethnic differences; Immigration and welfare; Anthropology of policy; Immigration and gender
Fernando Alanis El Colegio de San Luis Potosi (Mexico); Impacts in Mexico of Mass Return Migration from the United States, 1929 – 1934
Rafael Alarcon El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Tijuana, Mexico); Role of immigrant labor in high-tech industries in the U.S.; Economic and social linkages between Mexican labor-exporting communities and California receiving communities
Richard D. Alba University at Albany, State University of New York; Race and ethnicity; Immigration; Quantitative methods and statistics; Demography
Maurizio Albahari University of Notre Dame, Department of Anthropology; International migration; Globalization, European societies
Mikhail A. Alexseev San Diego State University, Department of Political Science; Socioeconomic and psychological bases of inter-ethnic hostility arising from migration; preventive monitoring of hostility with opinion surveys and event-data systems; Chinese migration in the Russian Far East
Theresa Alfaro Velcamp Sonoma State University, Department of History; Middle Eastern Immigrants in Modern Mexico, Mexican Immigration Policy
Stefan Alscher Humboldt University of Berlin Institute of Social Sciences/Demography; Undocumented migration at the edges of the ‘New Europe’: A comparison of border regions in Southern Spain and Eastern Poland
Teofilo  Altamirano Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Department of Social Science; Relations between sending and receiving countries created by remittances; regional and local development and transnationalism; Peruvians in the USA, Europe, Japan, and Australia
Eileen P. Anderson-Fye Case Western Reserve University, Department of Anthropology; Gender, cultural change, and mental health in children and adolescents (focus on culture and trauma)
Peter Andreas Brown University, Department of Political Science and International Studies; Border policing; Immigration control; Migrant smuggling
A Aneesh University of Wisconsin, Department of Sociology and Global Studies; Globalization; International migration; Science and technology; Economic Sociology; Sociological Theory; Ethnographic Methods; Intellectual Property
Solon Ardittis Eurasylum Ltd; European immigration and asylum policy, and issues of human trafficking/smuggling in Europe and internationally
Ilker Ataç University of Vienna, Department of Political Science; Immigration and asylum policy in Europe (Austria, Germany, Turkey); Citizenship; Ethnicity; Immigrant participation and anti-racist movements; Political economy
David Ayon Loyola Marymount University; Political participation and representation of Latino immigrants in the United States
Alex Balch University of Liverpool, Department of Politics; Immigration and asylum policies in UK, Spain and the EU; Rights-based approaches to tackling forced labour and human trafficking
Martin Baldwin-Edwards Panteion University (Athens, Greece), Mediterranean Migration Observatory; Sociology and political economy of Third World migration to southern Europe; Immigrants and the welfare state; European immigration policies
Kathryn Baltensperger UC San Diego, Department of Political Science; Eastern Europe as a source of international migrants to OECD countries
Jeanne Batalova Migration Policy Institute; Impacts on Immigrants on society and labor markets: Social and economic mobility of first-and second-generation youth and young adults; Policies and practices regulating immigration and integration of highly skilled workers and foreign students in the United States and other countries
Renato Graziano Battistella Scalabrini Migration Center (Philippines); Irregular migration in Southeast Asia
Rainer Bauböck European University Institute, Department of Political and Social Sciences; Transnational citizenship; Migration in political theory; Theories of Nationalism
Thomas Bauer Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA — Bonn, Germany); Labor market effects of immigration and immigration policy in Germany
Elizabeth Anne Beal University of Chicago Consumption; Identity formation; Nationalism; Gender and capitalism; Globalization theory; Technology; Arab societies; Palestinian migrants and Jordanians; Contemporary U.S.
Frank D. Bean UC Irvine, Department of Sociology; Mexican migration to the U.S; Impacts of immigration on U.S. social structure and labor markets; Internal migration in Mexico
Roni Berger Adelphi University, School of Social Work; Immigrant women; Remarriage and step-families; Immigrant adolescents; Issues in law guardianship
Judith K. Bernhard Ryerson University; Issues of cultural diversity in human development; Method of ethnographic study with immigrant communities; Schooling for disadvantaged groups; Refugee health and welfare; Intersection of race, class and gender in experiences of minorities
Christopher Bertossi University of Warwick (United Kingdom), Centre for Research in Ethnic relations (CRER); Citizenship theory, policies and practices; European citizenship; Nationality laws; Immigration policies; Mobilizations of migrants and ethnic minorities in Europe; Discrimination, nationalism, multiculturalism
Lina Beydoun Wayne State University, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies; Immigrant entrepreneurs, ethnic minorities and multiculturalism, citizenship, Lebanese migration to West Africa and the USA, Arab societies
Richard Black University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research; Impact of emigration, development of transnational networks, and return migration on poverty reduction and sustainable development in West Africa
Hoyt Bleakley University of Chicago, Department of Economics; Economic History, Development, Labor Economics, International Macroeconomics
Irene Bloemraad UC Berkeley, Department of Sociology; Citizenship; Political participation; Comparative immigration; Refugee studies
Deborah Boehm University of Nevada, Department of Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology; (Im)migration, Transnationalism and globalization; Gender and women's studies; Childhood and kinship; Mexico, the U.S. West and Southwest, and the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
Monica Boyd University of Toronto, Department of Sociology; International migration to North America; Immigration policy; Immigrant women; Immigrant offspring; Labour market insertion of migrants
Mehdi Bozorgmehr The City College University of New York, Middle East and Middle Eastern American Center, The Graduate Center; Immigrant professionals and entrepreneurs; Ethnic identity; Immigrant cities; Middle Eastern Americans
Leticia Junqueira Braga Harvard University, Graduate School of Education; Portuguese-speaking immigrants; The role of community organizations in immigrant adolescents’ adaptation; Transnationalism; Ethnic identity
Ana Bravo Campus de la Cartuja (Spain), Dpto. de Antropologia, Facultad de Educacionn Transnational; Latin-American households in Spain: the impact of regularization
Gilbert Brenes Camacho Universidad de Costa Rica, Centro Centroamericano de Poblacion; Indirect estimation techniques for measuring migration flows and stocks; Migration and labor markets; Migration and health issues; Crime statistics
Caroline Bieler Brettell Southern Methodist University, Department of Anthropology; Social, economic, and political incorporation of new immigrants in Dallas; Portuguese emigration/immigration (in U.S., Canada, Europe); The impact of emigration on the sending society
Carmina Brittain San Jose State University, Department of Secondary Education College of Education; Immigration and education; Children and family issues related to immigration; Latino and Asian immigrant populations
Peter B. Brownell RAND Corporation; International Migration, Stratification/Inequality, Quantitative Methods, Political Sociology, Law & Society, Demography, Work/Labor, and Latin America.
Rachel Brunette Stanford University; Foreign workers in Japan; Japanese immigration policy; Migration in Asia
Kitty Calavita UC Irvine, Department of Criminology, Law and Society; Sociology of U.S. immigration law and policy
Milos Calda Charles University (Czech Republic), Department of American Studies Immigration; American history; Demography; Social policy; Cultural studies
Gustavo Cano Hernandez Columbia University, Department of Political Science; Political mobilization of Mexican immigrants in Chicago and Houston
Dr. David James CantorUniversity of London, School of Advanced Study
Josefa (Fina) Carpena-Méndez Oregon State University, Department of Anthropology; Childhoods and youths in late capitalism, neoliberalism, post-development and migration; Transnational families and emergent forms of life, learning, experience, and embodiment in a globalized world
María Concepción Carrasco Carpio University of Alcala; Labor market integration of immigrants
Susan Carter UC Riverside, Department of Economics; Historical perspectives on the labor market; population dynamics
Alejandra Castaneda El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Immigration policy and human rights; Citizenship; Legal anthropology
Maria Bianet Castellanos University of Minnesota, Department of American Indian Studies; Indigenous communities in the Americas and their relationship to the modern nation-state and global capitalism
Lisa Catanzarite UC Los Angeles, Chicano Studies Research Center; Socioeconomic mobility of immigrants in the U.S.
Ayse Ceyhan Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Paris) Political Science and International Relations; Borders, identity and security
Paula Chakravartty University of Massachusetts, Department of Communication; Political Economy; Postcolonial theory; Cultural economy; Global media governance
Ruth K. Chao UC Riverside, Department of Psychology; Effect of parental involvement in school on adolescents’ school achievement and behavioral and psychological adjustment among Chinese, Filipino, and Mexican immigrants
Leo Chavez UC Irvine, Department of Anthropology; Sociocultural integration of Mexican immigrants in the United States; Media coverage of undocumented immigration
Sergio Chavez Rice University, Department of Sociology; International Migration, Labor Markets, Social Networks, Border Studies
Aleksey S. Chesnokov Ural State University (Russia), Department of Political Science; International migration in Russia and former Soviet Union countries; Comparative immigration in Russia, the U.S., and the European Union; Immigration and political transformation; Immigrant social integration and public intolerance toward immigrants
Margaret May Chin Hunter College; Chinese, Mexican, Ecuadorian, and Dominican immigrant garment workers in New York
Barry R. Chiswick University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Economics; Labor economics and human resources; Immigration and minorities; Public policy analysis
Hyung Sung Choe Silla University, Department of Early Childhood Education; Self-efficacy; Asian-American; Culture and human development; Parenting and parent education; Female international marriage immigrants; Children and adolescents development
Anastasia Christou University of Sussex; Migration and return migration; Ethnicity and nationalism; Space and place; Self and other; Diasporas and transnationalism; Identity and culture; Globalization and networks; Narrative and life stories; Oral history; Ethnography; Qualitative research; Gender and feminism; Cultural landscapes and memory; Home and belonging; Greek-Americans and the second generation
Angie Y. Chung SUNY Albany, Department of Sociology; Immigration and the second-generation; Race/ ethnic relations and coalition-building; Ethnic organizations/ politics in Koreatown; Gender, migration and families; Transnationalism
Erin Aeran Chung John Hopkins University, Department of Political Science; Comparative Politics, East Asian Politics, International Migration, Comparative Racial Politics
Haeng-ja Chung Hamilton College, Department of Asian Studies; Transnational migration; (Post-) Colonialism; Sex work; Emotional labor
Clarissa Clo San Diego State University, Department of European Studies; Feminist, queer and postcolonial studies, Migration and diaspora, Film, and Popular culture
Jeffrey H. Cohen The Ohio State University, Department of Anthropology; Mexican migration to the United States (especially from the state of Oaxaca), development in migrant-sending areas, and nutrition
David Cook-Martin Grinnell College, Department of Sociology; Political sociology of migration and citizenship; Race, ethnicity, and nationalism; International migration; Sociology of law
Cynthia Cranford University of Toronto, Department of Sociology; Intersection of Economic Change, Gender and International Migration
Dafney Blanca Dabach University of Washington, College of Education; Utilization of Mexican and Japanese workers in California in the 1920s
Philippe De Bruycker Universita Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium), Law Faculty and the Institute for European Studies; New European migration and asylum policy, in particular the European institutional framework and the status of third country nationals in Europe
Hector Delgado University of La Verne, Department of Sociology and Anthropology; Unionization, immigrants, and race and ethnicity
Tracey M. Derwing University of Alberta, Department of Educational Psychology, Co-Director, The Prairie Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Integration; Native speaker/non-native speaker communicative success; pronunciation and fluency; refugee studies
Louis DeSipio UC Irvine, Department of Political Science and Chicano/Latino Studies Program; Ethnic Politics; Latino Politics; Immigration; Naturalization; U.S. electoral politics
Josh DeWind Social Science Research Council, Director of the Migration Program and the Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) Programs; History of migration studies, immigrant education, migration and human rights, migration and development
Gunther Dietz Instituto de Investigaciones en Educacian, Universidad Veracruzana Migrant communities and host civil society in Spain and Mexico; Identity politics and ethnicity; Intercultural and inter-religious education, discrimination and anti-discrimination politics in Spain and Mexico
Herbert Dittgen University of Mainz, Department of Political Science; Comparative studies of immigration policies; Irregular migration in Europe and the U.S.; Theories of international migration
Sarah Dryden-Peterson Harvard University, Graduate School of Education; Local integration of refugees in countries of first asylum; The role of schools in the reception of immigrants and refugees; African immigrants and refugees in Boston and Toronto
Travis Du Bry UC Riverside, Department of Anthropology; Rural communities; agribusiness; Farmworkers; Peasants; Immigration and transnationalism; Mexican-American and Mexican immigrant communities in Southern California
Francisco Javier Duran Ruiz Universidad de Granada (Spain), Facultad de Derecho, Departamento de Derecho Administrativo; Immigration policy in Spain and EU; Legal and administrative situation of foreigners in Spain
Betty Elaine Smith Eastern Illinois University, Department of Geology and Geography; Ecuador Spain migration
David W. Engstrom San Diego State University, School of Social Work; U.S. policy toward Cuban refugees; Refugee assistance for torture survivors; Female migrant trafficking
Xavier Escandell University of Northern Iowa, Department of Anthropology and Criminology; International migration and transnationalism; Race/ethnic inquality; Sociology of emotions; Social demography; Labor markets; Research methods; European Union, Latin America
Cristina Escobar Temple University, Latin American Studies Center; Latin American citizenship; Political participation; Latino communities in the U.S.; dual citizenship in the Americas
Agustin Escobar-Latapi CIESAS-Occidente (Mexico), Department of Sociology; Economic determinants and consequences of Mexican migration to the United States
Thomas Espenshade Princeton University, Department of Sociology; International migration of highly skilled/professional workers
Marilyn Espitia University of Houston, Department of Sociology
Luis Estrada UC San Diego, Department of Political Science; Campaigns, surveys and Mexican electorate behavior
Lieba Faier UC Los Angeles, Department of Geography; Cultural and spatial theory, feminist thought, ethnography, political economy, weather and natural resources, and relations among Japan, Southeast Asia, and the United States
Adrian Favell Sciences Po (Centre d’tudes europennes), Department of Sociology; Global, regional and urban studies -- Cities, culture, art, multiculturalism, nationalism, mobilities and migration in Europe, North America or Asia
Miriam Feldblum California Institute of Technology; Comparative citizenship policies; first and second generation scientists and engineers in the U.S.; International migration organizations as service providers and policy setters
Joel S. Fetzer Pepperdine University, Social Science Division; Islam and public attitudes toward immigration in the U.S. and Western Europe
Nadia Flores Texas A&M University, Department of Sociology; Demography; Mexico-US Migration; Migration and Immigration; Latino/a Sociology; Economic Sociology and Social Networks
Nancy Foner Hunter College, Department of Sociology; Comparative study of immigration - comparing immigration today with earlier periods in the United States, the immigrant experience in various American gateway cities, and immigrant minorities in the United States and Europe
Michelle Foster University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; International refugee law; International human rights law
Jon Fox University of Bristol, Department of Sociology; International migration; Transnationalism; Ethnic affinity migration; Nationalism
Gary Freeman University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government; Politics of immigration, comparative social policy, politics in western democracies
H. Richard Friman Marquette University, Department of Political Science; Politicization of immigrant crime in advanced industrial countries; Comparative immigration policy in Japan, Germany and the United States; Role of global cities in integrating diverse migration streams; Organized crime and migrant smuggling and trafficking into Japan
Donna R. Gabaccia Immigration History Research Center; International migration Studies, United States immigration and labor history, Comparative women and gender, World history
Manuel Garcia y Griego University of New Mexico, Southwest Hispanic Research Institute; Historical evolution of U.S. immigration policy; Measuring stocks and flows of Mexican migrants to the United States
Steve GarnerAston University, Birmingham, UK; Sociology of racism, particularly the intersections between racialised, gendered and classed identities, whiteness, and immigration.
Yvonne Aimé Gastélum Harvard University; Political theory, liberal democratic theory and citizenship, and challenges posed by immigration, boundary/migration systems and transnational borderlands; Nationalism, human rights, the politics of race and ethnicity, and border regions
Alec Ian Gershberg New School University, Milano School of Management & Urban Policy; Sociopolitical life of immigrants to the United States; Immigration and ethnic diversity in New York; Immigrant service organizations; Transnational dynamics
Terri Givens University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government; Race and immigration policy in Western Europe; Radical right parties
Nina Glick Schiller The University of Manchester, Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Cultures; Transnational migration, cities, globalization, locality, religion and migration, methodological nationalism
Nathaniel H. Goetz UC San Diego, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies; Historical analysis of forced migration; Internally displaced persons; Protracted refugee situations; Role of refugee as transnational actor; Human smuggling; Refugee resettlement
Luin Goldring York University (Toronto), Department of Sociology; Political participation of Mexican Immigrants in the U.S.; Latin American immigrants in Toronto, Canada; Citizenship; Transnationalisms; Non-status people (sans papiers) in Canada
Mercedes Gonzalez de la Rocha CIESAS (Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropologia Social)-Occidente (Mexico); Gender roles in Mexican migration to the United States; Migration and the household economy
Victor Greene University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Department of History; Immigrant assimilation process as expressed in popular ethnic arts, especially music, song, theatre, and painting
Luis Guarnizo UC Davis, Department of Human and Community Development; Formation of transnational communities in immigrant-sending and receiving countries; immigrants as political actors in sending and receiving countries
Amy Gurowitz UC Berkeley, Department of Political Science; Questions of state and national identity; International norms and immigrant rights; Ethics and immigration/citizenship
Kenji Hakuta Stanford University, School of Education; Long-term analysis of Spanish language skills, use, and attrition in Bay Area Latino students from different immigration backgrounds; Individual and age-related differences in second language learning
Lisa M. Haley International migration; Ethnic conflict; Domestic and international policy; Immigration; National identity; Concepts of citizenship and human rights
Daphne Halkias Cornell University, Research Affiliate, Institute for the Social Sciences. Senior Research Fellow, Center for Young and Family Enterprise at University of Bergamo, Italy; Immigrant entrepreneurship in the Balkan/Eastern Mediterranean region and economic and social factors influencing female immigrant entrepreneurship
Kimberly Hamilton Migration Policy Institute, Migration Information Source; Comparative migration policy; Government and civil society organizations; Migration from sub-Saharan Africa to Europe and integration challenges in the European context
Paul A. Harris Auburn University, Department of Political Science; Comparative immigration policy; German politics and policy; State & local government
Ulf Hedetoft University of Copenhagen, Department of Humanities; European nationalism and national identities in comparative, historical, and intercultural perspective; International migration, ethnic relations, social and cultural integration; Political cultures in contemporary Europe and North America; European integration; Transatlantic relations; Globalization and the nation-state
Jenna L. Hennebry Wilfrid Laurier University, Department of Communication Studies; Comparative studies of migration policy and foreign worker programs, migrant rights and health, the formation of migration industries, non-state migration mediation, racialization and representation of migrants, and the role of remittances in development
Ruben Hernandez-Leon UC Los Angeles, Department of Sociology; International migration and immigration, border and diaspora studies, Mexico, Latin America
Manuel Herrera Universidad de Granada, Spain; The role of the Spanish states and U.S. civil society in international migration
Doris Herwig UC San Diego, Department of Literature; Housing and settlement patterns of Third World immigrants in Germany
Lawrence Herzog San Diego State University, School of Public Administration and Urban Studies; Migration, urbanization, and infrastructure development in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands
Josiah McC. Heyman University of Texas at El Paso, Department of Sociology and Anthropology; U.S.-Mexico border; Immigration and state power; Law enforcement
Kristen Hill Maher San Diego State University, Department of Political Science; Female labor migration; The international maid trade; Migrant workers in Southern California’s suburban service sector; Anti-immigrant and nationalist rhetoric
Haley Hinda Seif UC Davis, Department of Anthropology; Contesting Mexican immigrant illegalization: California state legislative politics after Proposition 187
Jennifer S. Hirsch Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health, Department of International Health Migration; Gender, sexuality, and reproductive health; Migration and infectious diseases; The applications of anthropological theory and methods in public health research
Charles Hirschman University of Washington, Department of Sociology; Immigration and ethnicity; Social stratification and mobility; Southeast Asia
Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof University of Michigan, Department of History and Department of American Culture; Latina/o Studies; Latino studies, Latin American and Caribbean history, transnational migrations, music, race and ethnicity
James F. Hollifield Southern Methodist University, Department of Political Science; Political economy of immigration in France, Germany, and the United States
Seth M. Holmes UC Berkeley, School of Health; Population health with foci on health disparities, social determinants of health, and global health, Medical anthropology with foci on social theory and ethnography, Social studies of medicine and science, Social difference, The naturalization and normalization of social hierarchies and health disparities, Social suffering and symbolic violence, Gender theory, queer theory and LGBTQ health, Immigration and migration, Death and dying, Urban and rural Latin America and North America
James Holston UC Berkeley, Department of Anthropology; Cities and citizenship; Political theory; Democracy and law; Planning and architecture; Urban ethnography; Brazil the Americas
Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo University of Southern California, Department of Sociology; Gender issues in Mexican migration to the United States
Bonnie Honig Northwestern University, Department of Political Science; Political thought of Thomas Jefferson; Constitutional democracy
Sarah Horton University of Colorado Denver; Migration and transnationalism; Citizenship and "illegality"; Binational health care; Medical travel; Health disparities; Farmworker health; Medical anthropology; US-Mexico borderlands
Uwe Hunger University of Muenster (Germany), Institute for Political Science; Interrelationships among transnational migration, social network formation, and socio-economic development in India
Valerie Hunt Southern Methodist University; Political responses to immigration in industrialized countries
Jennifer HyndmanYork University, Centre for Refugee Studies
Maria de la Luz Ibarra San Diego State University, Department of Sociology; Labor market incorporation of female Mexican immigrant service workers
Jonathan Xavier Inda University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Latina/Latino Studies; Anthropology of globalization; Governmentality and life politics; Race, science and medicine; Migrant/diasporic cultures; Latinos; US
Robyn Iredale University of Wollongong, School of Geosciences (Australia), Department of Science, and Centre for Asia Pacific Social Transformation Studies; International migration especially skilled migration; Social transformation in the Asia Pacific; Human resources development and issues of skill transfer; Women in migration; Refugees; Education and training
Patrick Ireland Illinois Institute of Technology, Department of Social Sciences; Migration and migrant integration policies; Urban politics; Ethnic relations; Migrant and minority health; Comparative politics and public policy
Eunice Akemi Ishikawa Shizouka University of Art and Culture (Japan), Department of International Culture; Japanese-Brazilian immigration to Japan
Natasha Iskander NYU Wagner, Department of Public Policy; Labor migration and its relationship to economic development, labor mobilization and its relationship to workforce development and processes of institutional innovation and organizational learning.
Olga Ivanovna Makhovskaya The Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Center for International Communication Studies Russian Diasporas: Integration program Acculturation of Russian emigrant families in Western democracies; Comparative socialization of their children in the U.S. and France; Educative programs for immigrant children from the FSU; Professional migration from the former Soviet Union; Post-Soviet female immigration
Antonio Izquierdo University of Corua (Spain), Department of Sociology and Political Science; Migratory policy and irregular migration in Spain
David Jacobson University of South Florida, Department of Sociology; Citizenship and membership, primarily in Western Europe and the United States; International human rights law and immigration; International institutions; European citizenship; National and transnational communities
Irena Jasikova Masaryk University (Czech Republic), Department of Geography, Faculty of Science; Migration of highly skilled people in Europe (within European Union and between EU and associated countries on the eastern border of the EU); East-West migration in general; immigration policy of European countries and their impact on both sending and receiving countries
David Jeffrey MIT, Department of Political Science; Electoral participation by immigrants in Sweden, the Netherlands, Ireland, Denmark, and Norway
Michael Jones-Correa Cornell University, Department of Government; Immigrant political incorporation; Immigrants and inter-ethnic relations in the United States; Immigrants in urban and suburban politics
Persis M. Karim San Jose State University, Department of English; Exile studies and Iranian diaspora studies
David Karjanen UC San Diego, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies; Immigrant/migrant labor force participation, political mobilization, and access to health care; US/Mexico; Eastern/Western Europe
Philip Kasinitz City University of New York, Graduate Center, Department of Sociology; Ethnicity; Incorporation; Second generation; Comparative urban immigration (i.e. NY, LA, Miami, etc.); Caribbean immigration politics; Immigration and urban neighborhoods; New York City
Alan Kessler University of Texas, Department of Government; Determinants of U.S. immigration policy-making
Minjeong Kim San Diego State University; Filipina marriage migrants in South Korea, belonging and citizenship, Korean immigrants in the U.S., gender relations in migrant families, sexualities and migration
Nadia Kim Loyola Marymount University, Department of Sociology; Immigration; Asian/American Studies; Gender; Race and Class; Globalization Culture and Media
Richard Sookjoo Kim University of Michigan, Department of History; 20th century United States history; Asian American history; Immigration history; Diaspora and transnational studies; Nationalism; Race and ethnicity
Diane E. King University of Kentucky, Department of Anthropology; Identity; Migration; Gender; Kinship; The State; Globalization, Kurdish studies
Jytte Klausen Brandeis University, Department of Politics; Political movements among European Muslims; Relationship between Muslim faith communities and national/local governments
Harlan Koff Assistant Professeur en Politologie La Faculta des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts et des Sciences de l'Education l’Universit de Luxembourg; Integration politics; political ideologies; Immigration in Europe; Political economy of  immigration; Nationalism and extremism; Social movements; Comparative social policy
Akihiro Koido Hitotsubashi University; U.S. border enforcement and recent migration from southern Mexico to Tijuana
Atsushi Kondo Kyushu Sangyo University, Department of Economics; Immigration policy; Citizenship
Ruud Koopmans Vrije Universiteit (The Netherlands); Immigration and integration policies; European integration; Evolutionary sociology; Social movement; Right-wing radicalism
Kathryn Kopinak University of Western Ontario, Department of Sociology; International migration and maquiladora employment in Mexico
Stepanaka (Stephanie) Korytova University of Pittsburgh, University Center for International Studies; Modern Atlantic world; Ethnicity; Slavic diasporas; Transnationalism; Internationalism; Nationalism; Modern Central Europe; Gender issues; Cultural studies
Fred Krissman California State University at Fullerton, Department of Anthropology; Immigrant labor, political assimilation of immigrants and ethnic minorities in the U.S.
Yasuo Kuwahara Dokkyo University; The role of foreign workers in the Japanese and U.S. economies; Corporate trainee programs for foreign workers
David Kyle UC Davis, Department of Sociology; Migrant smuggling across borders in global context; Cross-cultural brokering; Transnational migration
Gallya Lahav State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Political Science; International migration and European integration
Pei-Chia Lan National Taiwan University; Work and gender; Labor migration in Asia
Anna O. Law DePaul University, Department of Political Science; United States immigration policy and law; Race and ethnicity in US politics; Immigration in American political development
Fred Lazin Ben Gurion University of the Negev (Israel); Israel’s social integration policies for Russian and Ethiopian immigrants; “Freedom of Choice” (for Soviet Jews) among American Jewish Organizations
Emmanuelle Le Texier Universita de Lia¨ge (Belgium), Centre d’Etudes de l’Ethnicita et des Migrations (CEDEM); Exclusion and participation in the Barrio
Alison Lee UC Riverside; Ecological conservation and development programs in rural areas; The impact of neoliberal policies and migration in rural communities; Mexican immigrant communities in the US Northeast; New migrant sending areas in southern Mexico
Catherine Y. Lee Rutgers University, Department of Sociology; Race and ethnicity, gender, immigration, law and society, and science and medicine
Jennifer Lee UC Irvine, Department of Sociology; Race and ethnic relations; Black/immigrant competition; Employer hiring practices; Immigrant entrepreneurship; Interracial couples; Multiracial adults; Immigrant incorporation and mobility
Sae-Jae Lee Kumoh National University; Language skills, education, and religion in Korean Immigration to the U.S.
Peggy Levitt Wellesley College, Department of Sociology; Transnational migration and communities; Religious and political transnationalism; Dominican immigrants in the U.S.
Jessa M. Lewis Center on Wisconsin Stategy (Madison, Wisc.); Mexican migration to the United States; Migration and environmental issues
Pei-te Lien UC Santa Barbara, Department of Political Science; American politics, Identity, Asian American Politics, U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics, Public opinion and political behavior
Tiffany Lightbourn Vassar College, Department of Psychology; Asylum claim decisions; Immigration to the U.S.
David R. Lighthall Relational Culture Institute in Fresno; Environmental policy and theory; Agricultural health and safety; Pesticide hazards; Sustainable agriculture; Rural social justice; Water resources
Nelson Lim RAND Corporation, Associate Social Scientist; Transnational worker migration in East Asia (South Korea, Japan); Expansion of transnational worker rights
Timothy C. Lim California State University at Los Angeles, Department of Political Science; Transnational migration; Human Trafficking and smuggling; Comparative politics and development; Comparative and international political economy; International relations and U.S. foreign policy; East Asian politics/Korean politics
Wolf J. Linder University of Bern (Switzerland), Department of Political Science; Democracy and multicultural conflict; Migration and developing countries
B. Lindsay Lowell Pew Hispanic Center; Latino immigrants in the United States; Demand for high-skilled immigrants in the U.S. economy
Gil Loescher International Institute for Strategic Studies (London); Refugee movements; Migration and international security; Refugee protection in regions of origin; The UNHCR and its role in world politics; Migrant trafficking as a new security issue
Magnus Lofstrom Public Policy Institute of California; Immigration and immigrants; Entrepreneurship; Education
Diego López De Lera Universidad de Corua; International migration; Return migration; Population prospects
James Loucky Western Washington University, Department of Anthropology; Central American immigrant communities in the U.S. and Canada; Immigrant children; Cultural factors in refugee policy
Vivian Shuh Ming Louie Harvard University, School of Education; Immigration and education; Class, family and neighborhood effects; Latino and Asian Americans; Immigrants and race relations
Fernando Lozano UC San Diego, Center for U.S Mexican Studies, and Center for Comparative Immigration Studies; Mexican migration to the United States; remittances flow from migrants workers in the US; new patterns of internal and international Mexican migration; The role of migrant remittances in the local and regional development in Mexico
Richard Luther University of Leeds (United Kingdom), Department of Political Science; Politics of immigration and the anti-immigrant Freedom Party in Austria
Kelly Lytle Hernandez UC Los Angeles, Department of History; History of the U.S. Border Patrol; U.S and transnational race relations; Race histories; Imagined communities
Marina G. Maccari University of Kansas, Department of History; Comparative migration history; Emigration from and immigration to Italy; Post World War II migration policies; Migration and international cooperation
Andrew MacIntyre UC San Diego, Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies; Indonesia as a labor-exporting country
Sami Mahroum Circa Group Europe; The international mobility of scientists
Robert D. Manning Rochester Institute of Technology, Office of the Provost Mexican and Caribbean economic development and migration; Immigrant entrepreneurship; African American-immigrant relations; Immigrant labor market incorporation patterns; NAFTA; Immigration to U.S. suburbs; Immigrants’ use of US financial services, global deregulation of financial services industry
Beatriz Manz UC Berkeley, Department of Ethnic Studies; Migration of Guatemalans to Mexico and the San Francisco Bay area
Enrico Marcelli University of Massachusetts at Boston; Impacts of immigration on employment, wages, and social service utilization in the U.S.
Philip L. Martin UC Davis, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Role of immigrant labor in California's agricultural sector; U.S. immigration policy; Immigration policies of Germany and other Western European countries; International labor migration in East Asia
Konane M. MartinezCalifornia State University San Marcos, National Latino Research Center; Transnational migration; Mexico-U.S.; Migrant/immigrant health; Women’s health; Mixtec communities; Farm-worker and community health; Health care utilization
Hiroyuki Matsuzuki Institute for International Policy Studies (Japan); Human capital (including education and immigration) for new industries of Japan and the United States; Japan’s political reform
Francesca Mazzolari UC San Diego, Department of Economics; Changes in dual citizenship laws; Naturalization and assimilation
Michael McCoyer Northwestern University, Department of History; Immigration and racial formation; Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the U.S.
Sharon McGuire University of San Diego; Migration and health experiences of indigenous Oaxacan immigrant women from Mexico in the U.S.; Nursing practice toward indigenous immigrants
Steve McKay University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Filipino seafarers, race, and the global labor market
Robert McLaughlin University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology and School of Law Immigration; Naturalization; US; Native America
Karmen Medica University of Primorska, Science & Research Centre, Department of Anthropology; Media perspective of emigrant groups from the former Yugoslavia in Slovenia.
Cristobal Mendoza Universidad de Guadalajara. Departamento de Estudios Regionales-INESER. Centro de Universitario de Ciencias Econamico Administrativas; International migration; Transnationalism; Comparative immigration studies
Guillermo Alonso Meneses El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Tijuana), Department of Population Studies; Risk and vulnerability of the undocumented migrant at the U.S. Mexico border; Migration to the U.S. of Indians from central Mexico, immigrant ethnicity in Spain
Cecilia Menjivar Arizona State University, School of Justice Studies; Immigrant and refugee communities; Central Americans in the United States; Social networks; Gender; Religion; Family; Poverty and inequality; Socioeconomic development; Central America
Eytan Meyers The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel), Department of International Relations; International immigration policy (comparative and theoretical aspects); International political economy; Research methods
Naoya  Mitake Komazawa University; Comparative politics; Ethnic and language conflict in countries of immigration; Multiculturalism in Japan and Western Europe
Patricia Moctezuma Yano Colegio de San Luis Potosi, Programa de Estudios Antropolgicos; Immigration and religion among Mexican immigrants in the U.S.; Culture and identity; Cultural ecology; Gender and work
Jeannette Money UC Davis, Department of Political Science; Immigration control; Citizenship policies; Immigrant electoral participation
Stephanie Carol Moore Internment of Japanese Peruvians in the U.S. during World War II
Ofelia Woo Morales Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico); Experiences of Mexican immigrants (specifically female immigrants); Communities and labor markets involved in international migration
Hiroshi Motomura UC Los Angeles, School of Law; U.S. immigration law and policy; Citizenship and membership; Immigrant integration; Immigration outside the law
Rainer Muenz Hamburg Institute of International Economics; European migration; Special focus on Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Europe. East-West migration; Migration policy
Gail Mummert El Colegio de Michoacan, Centro de Estudios Antropologicos; Female and family migration patterns; Transnational processes and practices; Cultural production and consumption in transnational social fields; Migration and rural development; Migration and family formation
Hamid Naficy Rice University, Department of Art and Art History; Exilic and diasporic culture; Media and cinema; Iranian cinema and culture
David Naguib Pellow University of Minnesota, Department of Sociology; Environmental Justice Studies; Racial and Ethnic Inequality; Transnational Social Movements; Qualitative Research Methods; Labor Studies; Immigration
Nancy Naples UC Irvine, Department of Sociology; Social, cultural and economic impacts of Mexican immigration on “new” receiving communities in the U.S. Mid-West
Stephanie Nawyn University of Southern California, Department of Sociology; Faith, the state, and refugee resettlement organization in the United States
Joseph Nevins Vassar College, Department of Geology and Geography; Construction of international boundaries in relation to immigration enforcement; Human rights; Violence; Unauthorized immigrant deaths; US-Mexico border region
K. Bruce Newbold McMaster University (Canada), School of Geography and Geology and Center for Comparative Immigration Studies; Internal migration of Canada and the United States; Settlement and adjustment; Immigration and health; Aging
Anthony Ocampo Cal Poly Pomona
Francisco Oda Angel Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Spain), Department of Sociology; Border enforcement in Spain, North Africa, and the European Union
Nana Oishi International Christian University, Division of Social Sciences Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo; Migration; Gender; Globalization
Dina Okamoto Indiana University, Department of Sociology; Civic and political incorporation of immigrants, pan-ethnicity and ethnic identity, adaptation of immigrant and second-generation youth
Nieves Ortega Perez Universidad de Granada (Spain), Department of Political Science; Political, ethnic and economic determinants of immigration policy in Southern Spain
Ellen Oxfeld Middlebury College, Department of Sociology/Anthropology; Chinese community in Calcutta, India; Indian Chinese immigrants in Canada; Concepts of morality and status in the daily lives of rural Chinese
Connie Oxford University of Pittsburgh, Department of Sociology; Gender and migration; Asylum and refugee studies Indian Chinese immigrants in Canada; Concepts of morality and status in the daily lives of rural Chinese
Juan Vicente Palerm UC Santa Barbara, Department of Anthropology; Mexican migrants in rural California communities
Lawrence Palinkas UC San Diego, Department of Preventive and Family Medicine; Medical anthropology; Health care needs of immigrants and refugees in San Diego County
Ercole Parini University of Calabria; Impacts of technological innovation on the demand for immigrant labor in Italy and the U.S.
Edward Park Loyola Marymount University, Asian Pacific American Studies Program Immigration policy; Race relations; Urban studies; Economic sociology; Asian Americans
John Park University of Texas, Center for Asian American Studies; Immigration law; Constitutional law; Asian American history; Race theory; Anglo-American political theory
Kyeyoung Park UC Los Angeles, Department of Anthropology and Asian American Studies; Theories of culture and issues of identity; Forms of social inequality (e.g., race, class, and gender); Migration/diaspora
Lisa Sun-Hee Park University of Minnesota, Department of Sociology; Immigration and Welfare Policy; Immigrant Health Care; Race, Class, and Gender; Asian American Studies; Environmental Justice; Urban Theory and Methods
Jeffrey Passel Pew Hispanic Center; Hispanic population of the United States, Demography of immigrants and their integration and impact on the U.S.
Manuel Pastor University of Arizona, Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Political economy of immigration in California
Alberto Martín Pérez   University of Barcelona, Department of Sociology and Analysis of Organizations; Immigration and welfare in Europe; Immigration, integration and citizenship; Immigration in Spain; Comparative nationality law
Patricia Pessar Yale University, Director, Global Migration Project; Gender roles and inequalities in migration to the United States from the Caribbean and Central America
Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky The CUNY Graduate Center; International migration, particularly recent migration to New York; The working poor; The social construction of identity, race and ethnic relations; The role of space and place in the migration experience
Alejandro Portes Princeton University, Department of Sociology; Immigration; Economic sociology; Comparative development; Third World urbanization
Damian Pritchard Southern Connecticut State University; Chicana/Chicano literature (and film); Border studies/literatures; Cultural studies; Women’s studies (U.S. Latina/o immigration histories and literatures, especially Puerto Rican, Dominican, Mexican/Chicana/o)
Desiree Baolin Qin-Hilliard Teachers College, Columbia University; Immigration and education; Immigrant families and adolescent development; Psychological adjustment of immigrant students
Vicente Rafael UC San Diego, Department of Communication; Filipina immigrants as domestic service workers in Hong Kong and Singapore
Karthick Ramakrishnan Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC); Immigrant political participation; Civic voluntarism; Public opinion; Urban politics
Daniel Ramirez Duke University; U.S. Latino and Latin American religious history; Religious musical cultural practice in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands; Latino religion and public life
Gaspar Real Cabello Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro (Mexico); Social, cultural, political, and economical effects of migration from the state of Queretaro, Mexico to the U.S. in the era of globalization
Jeffrey Reitz University of Toronto, Canada, Department of Sociology; Impact of immigration policy and other host society institutions on immigrant economic attainment and socio-cultural integration; Comparative analysis of Canada, the United States, and Australia
Ana Maria (May) Relano Pastor University of Arizona, Visiting Assistant Professor/Director HLP Spanish and Portuguese Department; A comparative study of everyday communication problems of Latino immigrants in the U.S. border region and North African immigrants in Andalusia, Spain
Belinda I. Reyes UC Merced, School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Art; Social and economic progress of immigrants and their descendants, community integration, migration patterns, immigration policy, naturalization, racial and ethnic populations, social and economic progress
Rafael Reyes-Ruiz Oberlin College, Department of Anthropology; Latino immigrants in Japan
Yvonne Rieke University of Muenster (Germany), Department of Political Science; Comparative history of Italian migration in western Europe; Gender; Identity; Sociocultural acculturation processes; Immigration policies; Labour migration
Gaspar Rivera Salgado University of Southern California, Department of Sociology; Political organization of Mexican indigenous migrants to California
Robyn Rodriguez UC Berkeley, Department of Sociology; The labor brokering state: The global production of Philippine citizen-workers
Rolf Rønning Lillehammer University College; Poverty (youth) and immigration in Norway
Dan-Olof Rooth Kalmar University College (Sweden), Department of Economics/BBS; Labor market integration of immigrants and their descendants; Educational attainment, language skills, informal networks, and labor market outcomes for refugee immigrants living in Sweden
Esperanza Roquero Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; Immigrant labor market in Spain
Marc R. Rosenblum Migration Policy Institute; U.S. immigration and refugee policy-making; Immigration and U.S.-Latin American relations; Immigration and international relations theory
Daniel Rothenberg DePaul University, College of Law; Mexican migration to the United States; Economic development and democratization; Human rights, truth commissions, and the social impact of state terror and violence; Transitional justice issues, particularly truth commissions, amnesty laws, tribunals and reparations; Labor migration, moral panics, genocide and social responses to institutionalized violence
Chris Rudolph American University, School of International Service; Determinants of migration policy in advanced industrial states; Wider implications of migration on issues of international relations
Martin Ruhs Oxford University, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS); Economics and ethics of labour immigration policy
Olivia Ruiz Marrujo El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Tijuana, Mexico); Risk and international migration; Central American immigration on the Mexico-Guatemala border
Ruben G. Rumbaut UC Irvine, Department of Sociology; Immigrant children and transitions into adulthood; Intergenerational differences in adaptation; Bilingualism and language loss; Ethnic identity; Citizenship and national membership; Infant health and mortality; Fertility; Socioeconomic mobility and inequality; Educational achievement; Modes of acculturation
Russell Rumberger UC Santa Barbara; Linguistic Minority Research Center Educational performance of immigrant children in California
Kamal Sadiq UC Irvine, Department of Political Science; Illegal immigration; Citizenship; Globalization; Security; Asia
Leland Saito University of Southern California, Department of Sociology and Program in American Studies and Ethnicity Asian American and Latino studies; Urban politics; Redistricting; Economic redevelopment policies
Rhacel Salazar Parrenas UC Davis, Department of Asian American Studies; Gender and migration with a particular focus on the Philippines; Politics of reproductive labor and women’s migratory experiences under globalization; Children of migrant workers left behind in the Philippines; gender and child care in transnational families
Idean Salehyan University of North Texas, Department of Political Science; Non-governmental organizations and U.S. refugee policy; Political economy of international migration; Immigration and U.S. foreign policy
George Sanchez University of Southern California, Department of History; History of Los Angeles, the American West, and Mexican Americans
Nobuo Sasaki Chuo University, School of Economics; The popular initiative process  in California
Jennifer Saunders Emory University Graduate Division of Religion Transnational Hinduism; Narrative and migration; Religion and migration; Hinduism in the U.S.; Hindu families
Kenneth Scheve Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Department of Political Science; Political economy of trade, immigration, and macroeconomic policy making; Comparative political behavior and quantitative methods in political science
Hans-Joachim Schuetz University of Rostock; Constitutional law
Shalini Shankar New York University; South Asian-American teenagers; Youth culture; Consumption and popular culture; Language use; Education and social reproduction
Dr. James C. SimeonYork University, School of Public Policy and Administration
Wayne Simpson University of Manitoba, Department of Economics; Immigrant integration in Canada; Immigrant health status and labor market outcomes; Retirement prospects of immigrants
Audrey Singer The Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy; Economic, social and political incorporation of immigrants; Immigrant naturalization and citizenship; The impact of welfare reform on immigrant communities and undocumented Mexican migration; New immigrant gateways in the United States
Suzanne Sinke Florida State University, Department of History; Connections of gender and migration, especially in U.S. history; Transnational marriage
Robert Smith Baruch College/CUNY, School of Public Affairs
Rosa M. Soriano Miras Universidad de Granada (Spain); Gender differences in the immigration of maquiladora workers
Rosa María Soriano Miras Universidad de Granada, Spain; Female migrants in Almer­a, Spain and San Diego, California
Levent Soysal Kadir Has University (Turkey), Department of Radio, Television, and Cinema; Ethnography of international migrant youth in Berlin
David Spener Trinity University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology; Migrant smuggling in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands
Lynn Stephen University of Oregon, Department of Anthropology; Labor market participation of Mexican migrants to Oregon
Holk Stobbe University of Goettingen, Center for European and North American Studies; Undocumented migration in the United States and Germany: A comparative analysis
Tom T. Stritikus University of Washington, College of Education; Second language development; ESL/bilingual education; Literacy education policy as it relates to bilingual students
Angela C. Stuesse University of Texas at Austin, Department of Anthropology; Social movements; Race; Globalization; Migration; Citizenship; Borderlands; U.S. south; Latin America
Sebastian Sunderhaus Department of Africa and Middle East, Misereor (Germany); Regularization of undocumented migrants; Migration and development in Africa
Richard Sutch UC Riverside, Department of Economics; Economic history; Economic and demographic consequences of immigration to the U.S.
Kazuko Suzuki Columbia University, Department of Sociology; Nation-states and immigrant adaptation; The Korean diaspora in Japan and the United States
Yukari Takai Aichi Kenritsu University; Migration history in North America; Gender; Work; Border-crossing; French Canadians; Asian/Americans
Daniela Tarnovschi Babes-Bolyai University Cluj (Romania), Department of Sociology; Mass media’s impact on ethnic identity construction; Ethnic relations; Discrimination
Katherine Tegtmeyer Pak St. Olaf College, Department of Asian Studies; Japanese immigration and citizenship politics
Spyros Themelis Middlesex University; Gypsy/Roma/Traveler education; social mobility and education; educational inequalities; meritocracy and social exclusion/inclusion; 'race', class and gender; comparative education
Eiko R. Thielemann London School of Economics; Comparative politics and policy; Migration; International co-operation (burden sharing); Immigration; Asylum; European Union
Elaine R. Thomas University of Chicago, Social Sciences Collegiate Division; Changing conceptions of citizenship and nationality in France and Britain; Political determinants of citizenship and integration policy
Daniel Tichenor Rutgers University, Department of Political Science; Immigrant political integration, civil liberties, admissions and citizenship policies in liberal democracies
Lydia Tiede UC San Diego, Department of Political Science; Immigration lawyer, specializing in battered immigrant women, asylum seekers, and immigrants who are in detention
Ashley Timmer Social Science Research Council (SSRC); The impact of income distribution shifts on mass migrations from Europe to the United States, 1860-1930
Peter Timmer UC San Diego, Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies; International labor migration and economic development
Jeffrey M. Togman Seton Hall University, Department of Political Science; Immigrant entry policies ofadvanced industrialized nations; Immigrant contributions to U.S. urban renewal
Paz Trigueros Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco, Mexico, Departamento de Sociologia; Mexican immigration and labor markets in the US
Mimi Tsankov Law Offices of Mimi Tsankov; U.S. and European immigration laws and their effect on healthcare worker migration; Impact of European Union membership on the flow of migrants from Eastern European countries; Comparative evaluation of immigration asylum processing systems and streamlining of the U.S. system
Kivanc Ulusoy Middle East Technical University Ankara, Turkey, Center for European Studies; International relations; Diplomacy; International politics
Zulema Valdez University of Michigan, National  Poverty Research Center; Economic sociology; Race, ethnicity and immigration; Urban sociology
Abel Valenzuela UC Los Angeles, Center for the Study of Urban Poverty; Role of immigrant day laborers in the southern California economy
Ulrik Vangstrup Director of MODITEC (Centro de Diseo, Moda y Tecnologia Aplicada al Sector Textil y Confeccion A.C.); Industrial development and its impact on international and national migration in Mexico, business development services in Mexico
Monica Varsanyi Arizona State University, School of Justice and Social Inquiry; Local (city, county, state) policy initiatives concerning unauthorized residents; Tensions between these local policies and the federal government’s role in regulating borders, immigration, and citizenship policy
Carlos Velez-Ibanez UC Riverside, Department of Anthropology; Education of immigrant children; Socially viable communities; The role of women in politics; Cultural identity; Political economy of border life; Economic survival; Mexican and Mexican-American populations
Steven Vertovec University of Oxford, Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology; Migration, transnationalism and diasporas; Multiculturalism
Trinidad L. Vicente University of Deusto, Department of Social and Human Sciences; International migration, political sociology, human rights, gender roles and inequalities
Anahi Viladrich Hunter College, CUNY School of Public Health; Immigration and health; Global/international health, Ethnomedicine, Cultural determinants of health; Health disparities; Qualitative research methods
Diego Alejandro Von Vacano Vassar College; Ethics of immigration policy; Latina/o transnational identity; Multicultural citizenship; Immigrant education
Roger Waldinger UC Los Angeles, Department of Sociology; Economic iterations between immigrants and U.S.-born minorities in the U.S.; Intergenerational socioeconomic mobility in the U.S. immigrant-origin population
Julie Watts Pomona College, Department of Political Science; Immigrants and labor unions; Regional immigration policies; Europe, U.S., and Mexico
Michael Weiner San Diego State University, Department of Asian Studies; History of the Japanese diaspora in North America, Latin America, and Asia; Continuities and discontinuities in the immigrant and post-immigration communities in these regions; The Japanese business diaspora in contemporary Europe and North America; The impact of the eugenicist movement in Japan during the twentieth century as expressed in social and welfare policies
Michael Joseph White Brown University, Department of Sociology; Population distribution; Immigrant adaptation; Residential segregation; Urbanization in developing settings
Sarah Willen University of Connecticut, Department of Anthropology; Transnational im/migration and migrant "illegality"; Im/migration and health; Health and human rights; The U.S. "cultural competence" movement; Anthropology of the Middle East, especially the region of Israel and Palestine
Rainer Winkelmann Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA — Bonn, Germany); Comparing New Zealand’s and Australia’s immigration policies and their impact; Dutch migrants in New Zealand; Methods for modelling the decision to migrate
Clark Winton Reynolds Stanford University, Institute for International Studies; Economic development (international trade and finance); Economic history (employment and migration); Problems of differential adjustment to economic liberalization among regional, national, and subnational groups in Latin America and China
Biao Xiang University of Oxford, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography; Migration, global political economy, China, India, state and governance, labor, political and economic anthropology
Keiko Yamanaka UC Berkeley, Institute for the Study of Social Change; Japan and East Asia; Immigrant incorporation; Undocumented migration; Gendered migration
Ferruh Yilmaz Tulane University, Department of Communication; Discourse Analysis and Rhetorical Criticism; Culturalization of Discourse; Rhetorical Interventions in Discourse; The Relationship Between the Ontological and the Political; The Production of Islam/West Distinction
Rodolfo Garcia Zamora Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Mexico); Mexican migration; Remittances; Economic development
Sergio Zendejas El Colegio de Michoacan, Centro de Estudios; Rurales Relationships between Mexican U.S.-bound migration, political life, and social identity formation in Mexico
Rene  M. Zenteno ITESM Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Centro de Estudios Estrategicos (Mexico); Economic consequences of international migration and urban migration from Mexico to the United States
Aurora Zepeda UC San Diego; Equity issues in public education, particularly pertaining to immigrant and migrant children, as well as English language learners
Klaus  F. Zimmermann Director of the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn President of the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) Full Professor of Economics at Bonn University Honorary Professor of Economics at the Free University of Berlin; Circular migration, migration policy, migration effects on the natives, ethnicity
Cristian  Zlolniski University of Texas at Arlington, Department of Sociology and Anthropology; Mexican immigrant workers in California’s high-tech industries
Aristide Zolberg New School University, Department of Political Science; Politics of international migrations and the consequences of globalization for democracy