Professor Robert C. Smith (GC/Baruch; Sociology/Sociology, Immigration Studies, and Public Affairs) was recently named winner of the American Sociological Association’s Award for Public Sociology in International Migration.
In an opinion piece in the New York Times, Maeve Higgins, a student in the M.A. Program in International Migration Studies, discusses what it means to learn about racism and examine racial privileges as a white person in the United States. Read more
How do community factors impact whether and how someone applies for DACA? A new paper co-authored by Professor Els de Graauw sheds light on the challenges that line the path to DACA. Read more
Professor Margaret M. Chin, author of Sewing Women: Immigrants and the New York City Garment Industry, discusses the history and current state of garment work in New York City in the Asian Pacific American Heritiage Month post on the Columbia University Press blog. Read more
Professor Margaret M. Chin is quoted in an article in Vox on how women are shouldering the burden of pandemic preparedness. Read more
Professor Els de Graauw's article, "Metropolitan Context and Immigrant Rights Experiences: DACA Awareness and Support in Houston" (co-authored with Professor Shannon Gleeson at Cornell University), was published in Urban Geography.
In an opinion piece in TIME, Maeve Higgins, a student in the MA in International Migration Studies Program discusses Syrian refugees' integration into American society via educational mobility. Read more
The program ranks sixth on a list that includes the London School of Economics and Political Science and the University of Oxford. Read more
Professor Philip Kasinitz weighs in on the latest effort to arrest and deport immigrants in New York and cities nationwide. Read more
New 15-minute Daily News documentary on immigration and immigration laws in the U.S. featuring CUNY Distinguished Professor of Sociology and the M.A. Program in International Migration Studies, Dr. Nancy Foner Read more