Conference Papers & Presentations

  1. Novick, Natalie. (2017, July 12-14). “Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Europe: An Examination of Startup and Business Development Indices." 24th International Conference of Europeanists, Glasgow, UK.
  2. McClean, Angela Y. (2017, June 24-26). “What Resonates and What Doesn’t? Strategic Framing in Korean-American Cross-Border Activism.” Panel Presentation at the Association for Asia Studies Conference, Seoul, Korea.
  3. Novick, Natalie. (2017, June 22). "The ‘Startup Visa’ an Innovation in Immigration Policy for the Digital Age." Presented at the International Conference for Law and Society, Mexico City, Mexico.
  4. Novick, Natalie. (2016, May 12). “Startup Chile Five Years on: International Entrepreneurs and the Attraction of ‘Chilecon Valley’.” Presented at the Center for Latin American Studies Graduate Conference. San Diego, CA.
  5. Novick, Natalie. (2016, April 14-16). “Importing Innovation? The “Startup Visa” and the EU's Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan.” Presented at the 23rd International Conference of Europeanists - Resilient Europe? Philadelphia, PA.
  6. FitzGerald, David S. “Culling the Masses.” Invited Presentation to: UN Women, New York, June 23, 2015, Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University, May 14, 2015, Forschungskolleg, Siegen University, April 24, 2015, Centre for Ethnicity and Citizenship, University of Bristol, April 22, 2015, London Migration Research Group, April 21, 2015, Department of Sociology, University of Trento, April 17, 2015, Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence, April 15, 2015, Institut Nacional d’Études Démographiques (Paris), April 13, 2015, Frontiers of Immigration International Conference, UC Davis, Jan 23, 2015, Migration and Immigrant Incorporation Workshop, Harvard, Dec. 11, 2014.
  7. FitzGerald, David S. (2015, April 14). “Refining the Political Sociology of International Migration: Mechanisms of Policy Diffusion.” Centre de Recherches Internationales, Sciences Po.
  8. Bloemraad, Irene. (2014, March). “Re-imagining the Nation in a World of Migration: Legitimacy, Political Claims-making and Membership in Comparative Perspective,” Working Paper No. 190. Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California San Diego.
  9. FitzGerald, David S. (2014, December 9). “Immigrant Assimilability as a Condition of Entry: A Comparative-Historical Perspective.” Comparative Research Workshop, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
  10. FitzGerald, David S. (2014, October 3). “Author-Meets-Critics: Culling the Masses: The Democratic Origins of Racist Immigration Policy in the Americas,” UCLA Program on International Migration, University of California, Los Angeles.
  11. Hazan, Miryam. (2014, September). “Understanding Return Migration to Mexico: Towards a Comprehensive Policy for the Reintegration of Returning Migrants,” Working Paper No. 193. Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California San Diego.
  12. Wong, Tom K., and Carolina Valdivia. (2014, May). “In their Own Words: A Nationwide Survey of Undocumented Millennials,” Working Paper No. 191. Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California San Diego.
  13. Marfouk, Abdeslam. (2014, December 18-19). Contribution des Migrantes Internationales Afro-arabes à la Réalisation des Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement, Colloque L'immigration Féminine Afro-arabe en Occident et ses Incidences sur l'Identité de la Femme et de la Famille", Institut Afro-arabe pour la Culture et les Etudes Stratégiques, Centre de la ligue des Etats arabes (Tunisia), Centre de Recherches, d'Etudes, de Documentation et d'Information sur la Femme (CREDIF) et Centre de la Femme Arabe pour la Formation et la Recherche (CAWTAR), Tunis, Tunisia.
  14. Marfouk, Abdeslam. (2014, December 12). Opinion Publique et Immigration, Entre Imaginaire et Réalité, Colloque Les Migrations Nord-Africaines au Futur, Espace Mag et Centre d'Etude de l'Ethnicité et des Migration (CEDEM), Brussels, Belgium.
  15. Marfouk, Abdeslam. (2014, November 29). “Femmes de la Diaspora Actrices du Développement Economique et Sociale de leur Pays d'Origine.” World Human Rights Forum, Marrakesh, Morocco.
  16. Marfouk, Abdeslam. (2014, November 18). “Opinion Publique Euopéenne et Immigration: Qui est en Faveur de la Discrimination à l'Egard des Immigrés en Matièred'Embauche?” Séminaire EQUIPPE-Economie, Univesité Lille 1, France.
  17. Marfouk, Abdeslam. (2013, December). Opinion Publique Wallonne et Immigration: Le Mythe de l'Invasion." IWEPS Conference: Le Baromètre social de la Wallonie une démarche originale pour un autre regard sur la Wallonie, Namur, Belgium.
  18. Lopez, Gilberto. (2017, April 6). “Migration, Ethnicity, and Violence: Indigeneity as a Moderator of Violence among Mexican Immigrants.” Works in Progress Seminar, Social and Behavioral Sciences Department, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Inclusion. Harvard School of Public Health. September 2016.
  19. Lopez, Gilberto. (2016, March 16). “Social Determinants of Immigrant Health: How Place Matters.” MARTI Speaker Series on Health and Disadvantaged Communities. Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  20. Lopez, Gilberto. (2016, April). “Migration and Mental Health in a Binational Context.” SACNAS New England Regional Conference, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA.
  21. Lopez, Gilberto. (2016, March). “Social Determinants of Health in Immigrant Populations.” Ethnic Studies Program on Migration Studies, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA.
  22. Lopez, Gilberto. (2015, April 1). “Indigeneity: A Cross-Cultural Discussion.” Global Chat Series, Harvard School of Public Health.
  23. Skrentny, John D. (2016, October 20). Workshop Participant, “Panel to Evaluate the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics Approach to Measuring the Science and Engineering Workforce: Workshop on Data Needs,” National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine, Washington, D.C.
  24. Skrentny, John D. (2015, April 28-29). “Understanding the ‘Battle for the Brains.’” Presentation at the Politics and Policies of International Migration: Europe and the U.S Conference, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.
  25. Wong, Tom K. (2015, April 28-29). “Irregular Migration.” Presentation at the Politics and Policies of International Migration: Europe and the U.S Conference, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.
  26. Wong, Tom K. (2015, April 13-14). “Opportunities and Limits of the Executive Actions Proposed by President Obama.” Presentation at the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico City, Mexico.
  27. Lopez, Gilberto. (2014, December 10). Migration and Health in the Context of Mexico. Global Chat Series, Harvard School of Public Health.
  28. FitzGerald, David S. (2014, September 22-25). “Refining the Political Sociology of International Migration: Mechanisms of Policy Diffusion.” Conference on Determinants of International Migration, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
  29. Chicon, Raquel Martinez. (2014, September 2-5). “Enfoques UInterculturales que Marcan Diferencias: Sanidad y Educación Como Espacios de Creación de Fronteras Etnico-culturales en las Administraciones Públicas.” En: Periferias, fronteras y diálogos. Actas del XIII Congreso de Antropologíade la Federación de Asociaciones de Antropología del Estado Español. Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain. ISBN: 978-84-697-0505-6. Pagina 1077.
  30. Skrentny, John D. and Kevin Lewis. (2014, August 16-19). “Determinants of Training in STEM Careers.” 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.
  31. Skrentny, John D. (2014, August 16-19). “50th Anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.” Panelist, 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.
  32. Chicon, Raquel Martinez. (2014, July 23-25). “Self-learning Guides and Teaching Innovation at University: an Experience with Virtual Platforms in Social Work Degree.” Congress on Education Innovation and Learning Technologies (ICEILT). Barcelona, Spain.
  33. FitzGerald, David S. (2014, July 13-19). “Comparative Ethnic Exclusion of Immigrants in the Western Hemisphere.” International Sociological Association’s World Congress, Yokohama, Japan.
  34. FitzGerald, David S. (2014, May 7-9). “The Asylum Paradox: Remote Control of Forced Migration to the Global North.” Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Montreal, Quebec.
  35. Hoyo, Veronica. (2014, May 1). “Migration Studies: a Tale of (at Least) Two Societies Intertwined.” Presented at Border Crossings: Local and Global Conference, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA.
  36. Chicon, Raquel Martinez. (2014, April 23-25). “Competencias Interculturales en el Grado de Trabajo Social: Una evaluación alternativa.” En I Congreso Internacional de Facultades y Escuelas de Trabajo Social: El Trabajo Social ante el reto de la crisis y la educación superior. Universidad de Murcia. Murcia, Spain.
  37. Chicon, Raquel Martinez. (2014, April 23-25). Servicios Sociales y Administraciones Públicas “culturalmente competentes. Procesos de formación, evaluación y transferencia.” En I Congreso Internacional de Facultades y Escuelas de Trabajo Social: El Trabajo Social ante el reto de la crisis y la educación superior. Universidad de Murcia. Murcia, Spain.
  38. Hoyo, Veronica. (2014, April 3-6). “En busca del radical perdido. Analyzing Radical Political Parties in Latin America through Time.” Presented at the 72nd Midwest Political Science Association Annual National Conference, Chicago, IL.
  39. Buckinx, Barbara. (2014). “Integration and the Harm of Removal.” Fourth Annual University of California Conference on International Migration.
  40. Buckinx, Barbara. (2014). “Jus Noci and the Case against Removal.” Lecture Series, Trans-Border Institute, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA.
  41. Buckinx, Barbara. (2014). “Prospects and Challenges for Global Citizenship.” Conference of Journal, Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
  42. Chicon, Raquel Martinez. (2014) “Competencias Interculturales en el Grado de Trabajo Social. Innovación Docente en los Sistemas de Evaluación.” Aurelio Villa Sánchez (ed) La innovación educativa para transformar la sociedad intercultural. pp. 219-231. SBN 978-84-942839-3-2. Foro Internacional de Innovación Universitaria. Bogota, Colombia.
  43. Chicon, Raquel Martinez. (2014). “Formación, Evaluación y Transmisión de Competencias Interculturales en los Servicios Sociales y las Administraciones Públicas.” Aurelio Villa Sánchez (ed) La innovación educativa para transformar la sociedad intercultural. pp. 347-356. SBN 978-84-942839-3-2. Foro Internacional de Innovación Universitaria. Colombia Colaboración internacional universitaria en el ámbito de la innovación educative.
  44. Skrentny, John D. (2014, June 27). Panelist, “Human Resources Expert Panel,” National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation.
  45. Rosales, Rocio. (2013, August 9-13). “Informal Agreements: Trust, Control and Bounded Opportunity among Street Vendors.” American Sociological Association Annual Conference. New York.
  46. Skrentny, John D., Kevin Lewis, Natalie Novick and workshop participants. (2013, July 12-13). “Building the Innovation Economy?” The Challenges of Defining, Creating and Maintaining the STEM Workforce.” Understanding Change in Science and Engineering Workshop. Sponsored by Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California San Diego.
  47. Mainwaring, Cetta. (2013, April). “Migrant Agency and Migration Controls on the EU’s Southern Periphery.” International Studies Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  48. Buckinx, Barbara. (2013). “Prospects for a Watchful Global Citizenry.” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.