Join the Zolberg Institute for Professor Rainer Bauböck’s lecture “Is Free Movement a Human or a Citizenship Right?” on March 27, 2018.
Expanded Sanctuary is part of a series of events that explore the possibilities of sanctuary – as ideal, as theory, as practice, as historical proposition, as a vision of social justice for the present. Facilitated by the Zolberg Institute Working Group on Expanding Sanctuary and co-sponsored by The New School’s interdisciplinary programs in Global Studies, Urban Studies, and Environmental Studies, Department of
Justice Cuéllar gave an informal, exclusive talk titled “Adaptation Nation: Reflections on Immigration Policy, Social Change, and Federalism in the United States.” This event was open only to New School students, faculty and staff, but live-streamed on the Zolberg Institute Facebook page. Follow us for access to more exciting events!
The Zolberg Institute was pleased to welcome Professor Daniel Kanstroom, who delivered a talk titled: “Deportation World: The Challenges of a New Global Phenomenon.” Daniel Kanstroom is Professor of Law, Thomas F. Carney Distinguished Scholar, Director of the International Human Rights Program, and Co-Director of the Boston College Center for Human Rights and International Justice.
Conversation with Professor Dan Kanstroom of Boston College Center for Human Rights and International Justice
Daniel Kanstroom is Professor of Law, Thomas F. Carney Distinguished Scholar, Director of the International Human Rights Program, and an Associate Director of the Boston College Center for Human Rights and International Justice. He discusses his latest initiative, Post-Deportation Human Rights Project.
Join us for a live conversation between Jennifer Hyndman, Director of the Centre for Refugee Studies at York University, and Alex Aleinikoff, Director of Zolberg Institute.
View the keynote on the future of the protection of displaced persons by Alex Aleinikoff at the “Borders, Fences, Firewalls: Assessing the Changing Relationship of Territory and Institutions,” Conference at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Department of Ethics, Law and Politics. The conference was held from Oct 19-20 in
The panel was moderated by James Miller (Professor of Liberal Studies and Politics, and Faculty Director of Creative Publishing & Critical Journalism, The New School). Featured speakers included: Alex Aleinikoff, Director, Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility, The New School Julia Foulkes, Professor of History, The New School Roberto Suro, Professor, Annenberg School for Communication