Aristide Zolberg

ASA International Migration section announces the Aristide Zolberg Distinguished Student Scholar Award

The American Sociological Association International Migration announces the Aristide Zolberg Distinguished Student Scholar Award: Ariela Schachter for “A Change of Heart or Change of Address? The Geographic Sorting of Whites’ Attitudes towards Immigrants.”   Other ASA International Migration section awards are: Thomas & Znaniecki Best Book Award: FitzGerald, David and David Cook-Martín. 2014. Culling the Masses: The Democratic …

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The New School for Social Research launches Zolberg Center on Global Migration

Press Release THE NEW SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH LAUNCHES ZOLBERG CENTER ON GLOBAL MIGRATION Launch Celebrated on March 5 with Address by Kenneth Prewitt: “What is Your Race? And Why Does the State Want to Know?” NEW YORK, March 4, 2014 – Building on its position as a leader in challenging contemporary thought on the …

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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 …

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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 …

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