The Migration Study Group and the International Institute are pleased to present:
All day workshop on "Immigrants connections' with their homelands".
Papers by Jorge Bravo, Political Science, UCLA; Ruben Hernández-León, Sociology, UCLA; Natasha Iskander, Wagner School of Social Service, NYU; Jose Itzigsohn, Sociology, Brown University; Pei-te Lien, Political Science, UCSB; Hector Perla, Political Science, UCSC; Andrew Schrank, Sociology, University of New Mexico; and Roger Waldinger, Sociology, UCLA.
Our winter seminar series will be focused on children and families in migration processes, and will include talks by Marcelo and Carola Suárez-Orozco, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Joseph Tobin, as well as an all-day workshop.
Faculty affiliates: Jorge Bravo (Political Science); Lorrie Frasure (Political Science); Andrew Fuligni (Psychiatry); Patricia Gándara (Education); Ruben Hernández-León (Sociology); Kelly Lytle Hernández (History); Lane Hirabayashi (Asian American Studies); Rashmita Mistry (Education); Hiroshi Motomura (Law); Paul Ong (Urban Planning); Marjorie Faulstich Orellana (Education); Abel Valenzuela, Jr. (Chicano Studies); Roger Waldinger (Sociology); Min Zhou (Asian American Studies and Sociology)
Thanks to support from: the Irene Flecknoe Ross Lecture Series in the Department of Sociology; Graduate School of Education and Information Science; Latin American Institute; Chicano Studies Research Center; Center for the Study of Urban Poverty; Division of Social Sciences; Faculty Diversity Initiative; Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies; Department of Asian American Studies. The Irene Flecknoe Ross Lecture Series is made possible by a gift from Ray Ross in memory of his wife.
Cost: Free and open to the public
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