The GC Immigration Working Group is a graduate student-run group where we exchange, discuss, and collaborate on ideas and research related to immigration. This semester, our workshops will take place on Mondays at 2-4 pm in Room 6112.01 (unless otherwise noted) at CUNY Graduate Center. Please come and join us! Light refreshments will be served.
Van Tran (Associate Professor of Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center) “The Mere Mention of Asians in Affirmative Action.”
Xuemeng Li (Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center) “Dissertation Proposal: Africans in China.”
Daniela Pila (University at Albany, SUNY) “Legal Status Fluidity: How Filipino Immigrants Navigate Immigration Pathways.”
Chris Maggio (Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center) “The Heterogeneous Impact of Demographic Change on Immigration Policy Attitudes.”
Isabel Gil Everaert (Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center) “Center American Migration in Mexico.”
Adam Brooks (Social Work, Columbia University) “Refugees and Mental Health.”
Jia-Lin Liu (International Education, New York University) “Strangers in Both Lands: The Disconnection between 1st-Gen Undocumented Chinese Immigrants in the US and their Sending Families in China.”
Discussant: Daniela Pila (University at Albany, SUNY)
Sejung Sage Yim (Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center) “Transnationalism, Diaspora Engagement Policies, and Comparative Historical Analysis.”
Nga Than (Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center) “Attitudes toward Refugees: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis.”
If you have any questions or want to join our mailing list, please contact:
Janina Selzer (email@example.com) and Hayden Ju (firstname.lastname@example.org).