Large-scale post-1965 immigration to the U.S. has significantly reshaped national life. Immigrants from the Caribbean, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Europe have radically altered the way we think about cities, race, ethnicity, nation, and politics. Key themes covered include history, politics, and processes of immigration; class and race dimensions; transnationalism; immigrants in the economy; and comparative group experiences.
US Immigration: Contemporary Issues and Debates
Monday, November 5, 2018 to Monday, January 14, 2019