Migration, Citizenship, and Development Book Launch | November 12

Migration, Citizenship, and Development: Diasporic Membership Policies and Overseas Indians in the United States Book Launch and Discussion with Author Daniel Naujoks WHEN: Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 6-8PM WHERE: Klein Conference Room (A510), 66 W 12th St., Fifth Fl., New York, NY Welcome reception with refreshments will begin at 5:30pm. Seating is limited - please … Continue reading Migration, Citizenship, and Development Book Launch | November 12

A Celebration of the Life of Aristide Zolberg–September 19

Dear Family, Friends and Colleagues: Please join us for a celebration of the life of Aristide R. Zolberg on Thursday, September 19, at 6:00-7:30pm with a reception following. The full program will be held at the Teresa Lang Center, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor, New York City.  Further information is listed on our events … Continue reading A Celebration of the Life of Aristide Zolberg–September 19

New School faculty and students featured in this Feet in Two Worlds Podcast on Mexican Youth in New York

Global Studies faculty and students featured in this Feet in Two Worlds Podcast on Mexican Youth in New York: http://fi2w.org/2013/07/29/podcast-mexican-youth-in-new-york-drop-out-in-record-numbers/   Fi2W is featuring stories by students in the Feet in 2 Worlds journalism course at The New School. Mexican students have the highest dropout rate of any major group in New York City public … Continue reading New School faculty and students featured in this Feet in Two Worlds Podcast on Mexican Youth in New York

Migration Studies, Issue #2

Issue 2 of the new journal MigrationStudies is now available online. It includes a tribute to Ary Zolberg by Nancy Foner as well as articles by Peter O'Brien, Nicholas De Genova, Julia O'Connell, among others... http://migration.oxfordjournals.org/content/current

In memoriam: Aristide Zolberg (1931–2013) by Nancy Foner

Aristide Zolberg was truly a scholar of remarkable breadth and depth whose research and writing spanned continents and time periods. Read more: http://migration.oxfordjournals.org/content/1/2/129.full

Aristide Zolberg and African Studies – by Jon Soske

Among scholars of sub-Saharan Africa, Zolberg will be remembered primarily for two ground breaking books on West Africa politics, One Party Government in the Ivory Coast (1964) and Creating Political Order (1966). It’s not just that these works remain engaging and thought-provoking almost half a century after their publication—no small feat as several schools of African … Continue reading Aristide Zolberg and African Studies – by Jon Soske

Migrant Membership and Memory Politics Research Cluster Announced

The Research Clusters funding initiative was launched by the Provost's Office this year to support inter-divisional collaborative research, to capture new intellectual synergies of The New School, to seed research that has high potential for sustained external funding, and to make faculty work more visible. The four Research Clusters at the university were just announced … Continue reading Migrant Membership and Memory Politics Research Cluster Announced

“Mexico and Its Diaspora in the United States” Book Launch

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 | 6 p.m. 66 West 12th Street, 7th floor, Orozco Room *Updated: Watch the video of this event above! Join us In celebrating a new book by Alexandra Delano, assistant professor of Global Studies, Mexico and Its Diaspora in the United States: Policies of Emigration Since 1848. The author is joined … Continue reading “Mexico and Its Diaspora in the United States” Book Launch