2013

Comprehensive Immigration Reform: An Update

Comprehensive Immigration Reform: An Update May 14, 2013 New York, NY   Last month, the bipartisan “Gang of Eight” senators introduced the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013, outlining a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S., establishing new border security and enforcement measures, and reforming …

Comprehensive Immigration Reform: An Update Read More »

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 …

Aristide Zolberg and African Studies – by Jon Soske Read More »

Monday, May 6th: Alejandro Portes, “Latin American Institutions and Development: A Comparative Analysis”

The New School’s Global Studies program and the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy invite you to attend: Latin American Institutions and Development: A Comparative Analysis   Register now!   The New School’s Global Studies Program and the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) welcome Alejandro Portes, a prominent migration …

Monday, May 6th: Alejandro Portes, “Latin American Institutions and Development: A Comparative Analysis” Read More »

Food and Immigrant Life Conference

April 18-19, 2013 The Center for Public Scholarship and the Food Studies Program at The New School are pleased to present the 29th Social Research conference, “Food and Immigrant Life: The Role of Food in Forced Migration, Migrant Labor, and Re-creating Home,” on Thursday and Friday April 18 and 19, 2013, at The New School …

Food and Immigrant Life Conference Read More »

Scroll to Top