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The Everyday Lives of Sovereignty
In this talk, Rebecca Bryant and Madeleine Reeves will discuss their edited book The Everyday Lives of Sovereignty: Political Imagination …
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The Responsibility of the International Community in Situations of Human Mobility Due to Environmental Causes
The Responsibility of the International Community in Situations of Human Mobility Due to Environmental Causes
T. Alexander Aleinikoff Director, Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility, The New School Chair, KNOMAD Thematic Working Group on Environmental …
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(Im)migration and Urban Politics
How do migrants shape the cities we live in? How do migrants’ presence and agency relate to pressing urban challenges, …
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Book Discussion: Majority Minority
How do societies respond to great demographic change? This question lingers over the contemporary politics of the United States and …
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Book Discussion: Reverse Subsidies in Global Monopsony Capitalism
This book provides a firm analytical base to discussions about injustice and the unequal distribution of gains from global production …
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Decolonizing Refugee Governance
As political instability around the world displaces larger and larger numbers of people, the international community struggles to institute an adequate and …
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Migration, Displacement and Citizenship in an Urban World
Migration, Displacement and Citizenship in an Urban World
More than ever, the city is the locus of human mobility. The majority of the world’s migrants and forcibly displaced …
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Zolberg-IRC Fellows – Fall 2021
Meet the Fall 2020 Zolberg-IRC Fellows. Like this:Like Loading …
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In or Out? The Biden Administration’s Conflicting Messages on Immigration Policy
In or Out? The Biden Administration’s Conflicting Messages on Immigration Policy
OCTOBER 6, 20214:00PM – 5:30PM EST During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden set out an ambitious immigration agenda, pledging to …
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Abolish ICE?: What Does it Mean and What is at Stake?
Abolish ICE?: What Does it Mean and What is at Stake?
Conference hosted by: Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at The New School September 21-23, 2021 What is at stake …
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/ 2021, Announcements, Arnhold, News
THE NEW SCHOOL RECEIVES $9.125 MILLION FROM ARNHOLD FOUNDATION
John and Jody Arnhold Renew the Arnhold Foundation Commitment to Educate Leaders in Human Mobility Research and Global Challenges New …
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US Policy on Afghan Refugees: What Went Wrong and What Can Be Done
US Policy on Afghan Refugees: What Went Wrong and What Can Be Done
With the Taliban take-over in Afghanistan, thousands of Afghans have sought to flee the capital. A far larger displacement crisis …
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Author Discussion: On Refugees
The Zolberg Institute celebrated World Refugee Day by welcoming Alexander Betts, David Owen and Serena Parekh to discuss their newly …
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Sanctuary Says
Citation: Migration and Society: Advances in Research 4 (2021): 16-18 © The Authors doi:10.3167/arms.2021.040103 Download the pdf Abstract: In 2018, …
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Sanctuary in Countries of Origin: A Transnational Perspective
Author: Alexandra Délano Alonso  Citation: Migration and Society: Advances in Research 4 (2021): 84–98 © The Authors doi:10.3167/arms.2021.040109 Download …
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History of Race, History of Immigration
So a verdict is in in the Derek Chauvin trial. Of course, he’s on trial for the murder of George …
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Brotes: Book Launch
Elefanta Editorial and in•ter•sti•tial press present Brotes, a book of poems and photographs written during the first wave of COVID-19 …
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Refugee Policy in the Biden Administration
On April 23, 2021, T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Director of the Zolberg Institute and University Professor at The New School, Mark …
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/ 2021, Essay, People, Post-Doc, Sex Work, Trafficking
Niina Vuolajarvi Brings Activism-Informed Research to the Zolberg Institute
Niina Vuolajarvi Brings Activism-Informed Research to the Zolberg Institute
Niina Vuolajarvi began her postdoctoral fellowship at NSSR in January 2021, bringing her long background of activism and academic research …
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The True Story of Two Guatemalan Asylum Seekers at Our Border: A saga of dispossession, past and present
The True Story of Two Guatemalan Asylum Seekers at Our Border: A saga of dispossession, past and present
Photo Credit: David Peinado Romero/Shutterstock I met Francisco Chávez and Gaspar Cobo through a colleague and advocate for migrants’ and …
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A Conversation about the Proposed Immigration Legislation
On February 18, 2021, proposed immigration legislation, based on a proposal President Biden put forth on his first day in …
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Must immigrants sacrifice themselves to COVID-19 for basic rights?
Harsh systems that include detention await migrants who make it to the US or France. | Angelos Tzortzinis/DPA/PA Images. All rights reserved
France’s granting of citizenship to essential workers has been heralded in the US. But this only entrenches racism in societies …
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Biden’s Immigration Agenda
Biden's Immigration Agenda
Event Recap Immediately after the election in November, the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility and the Center for Migration …
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/ 2021, Essay, Photography, Refugees
“I will tell you the story of belatedness”
“I will tell you the story of belatedness”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peVs-Bmh6WI “I will tell you the story of belatedness. We migrants, we refugees, we foreigners.We are always seen as delayed people.We …
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Commentary: Environmental Mobility: The Responsibility of the International Community
T. ALEXANDER Aleinikoff Originally Published on December 11, 2020 in International Migration Vol. 58 (6) 2020 T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Director, …
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/ 2020, Essay, Immigration, Italy, Othering
(Dis)solving the “Problem” of Immigration: Why migrants and citizens alike should strive for a reformed labor system
(Dis)solving the “Problem” of Immigration: Why migrants and citizens alike should strive for a reformed labor system
Photo Credit: Beatrice Puddu Italian food is venerated by Italians and tourists alike. Being Italian, I am frequently told by …
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Zolberg-IRC Fellows – Fall 2020
Zolberg-IRC Fellows - Fall 2020
Meet the Fall 2020 Zolberg-IRC Fellows. Like this:Like Loading …
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/ 2020, Announcements, Grants, PhD Students
Announced: PhD Research Grant Recipients
Noah Allison
The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility is pleased to announce that the following PhD students at The New School …
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Tempest Tossed Returns with Alina Das
Tempest Tossed Returns with Alina Das
Tempest Tossed has returned to its regular programming! In our first episode this season, hear from Alina Das, Professor of …
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Conceptual Issues in the Field of Forced Migration Studies: International Norms and the Internal Displacement of Workers Due to COVID-19
While the plight of internal migrant workers has been noticed, international law has not yet recognized the distinctive nature of …
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