Spring 2011: Immigration Policy in an Anti-Immigrant Era

Date: 
Thursday, March 10, 2011 - 08:30 to Friday, March 11, 2011 - 13:15

 

  1. Douglas Massey (Demographer, Sociologist), Princeton. Co-author of “Brokered Boundaries: Creating Immigrant Identity in Anti-Immigrant Times, 2010.”
  2. Paul Sniderman (Political Scientist, Stanford). Research on attitudes toward immigrants and immigration in Italy, Netherlands, and (currently) Denmark. 
  3. Michael Jones Correa (Political Scientist, Cornell), author of “Latino Lives in America: Making It Home.”
  4. Daniel Hopkins (Political Scientist, Georgetown), author of several articles on how national trends influence local reactions to immigration policy.

Immigration Conference Materials:

  • Massey article, "Understanding America's Immigration 'Crisis'," linked here.
  • Massey article, "Battlefield: El Paso," linked here.
  • Massey PowerPoint linked here
  • Sniderman et al. article, "The Covenant: A Theory of Discrimination in the Welfare State," linked here.
  • Sniderman PowerPoint linked here.
  • Jones-Correa/Fennelly article, "Immigration Enforcement and Its Effects on Latino Lives in Two Rural North Carolina Communities," linked here.
  • Jones-Correa PowerPoint linked here.
  • Hopkins presentation pdf linked here.

(Co-sponsored with UK Center for Poverty Research.)
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Massey presentation video here

  • Part 1
  • Part 2
  • Part 3
  • Massesy article, "Understanding America's Immigration 'Crisis'," linked here
  • Massey article, "Battlefield: El Paso," linked here.
  • Massey PowerPoint linked here.
  • Sniderman presentation video here 
  • Sniderman et al. article, "The Covenant: A Theory of Discrimination in the Welfare State," linked here.
  • Sniderman PowerPoint linked here.
  • Jones-Correa/Fennelly article, "Immigration Enforcement and Its Effects on Latino Lives in Two Rural North Carolina Communities," linked here.
  • Hopkins presentation pdf linked here.
Materials: 
Event type: 
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