Yiran Yu (’23), Mary Estaba (’22), Lauren Mai (’22), and Safiya Umrani (’23) are sharing the stories of immigrants, where they come from, and where they hope to go in their American journey.
Panelists discussed DACAs impact on higher education, particularly for Latin American students
Prof. Nolan will serve in the role starting with the October edition of Harper’s Magazine, the oldest general-interest monthly in America.
Rachel Nolan’s report on the translation crisis at the U.S. Border inspired a news report on the subject on Democracy Now!.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the connections between immigration and climate change as the United States prepares to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.
Adil Najam tells Capital TV that President Trump is living up to his promise to take on the American political system.
Dean Adil Najam joined deans from schools of global studies across the country in signing the Commitment to Diversity Statement.
The event, part of the Pardee School’s Beyond the Headlines series, was co-sponsored by the Initiative on Forced Migration and Human Trafficking.
Amb. Robert Loftis discusses what an official protest among career diplomats means for President Trump’s travel ban.
Prof. Jessica Stern discusses President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration makes the United States less safe.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses changes made to U.S. immigration law by the Obama administration that have ended the “wet foot, dry foot” policy.
Gregory Aftandilian discusses presidential candidate Donald Trump’s stance on immigration during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Professor Susan Eckstein presented a paper on U. S./ Cuban immigration policy at a conference in Havana, Cuba.
Professor Renata Keller said the U. S.’ Cold War policy of isolating Cuba led to unexpected results in Latin America.
Professor Susan Eckstein was interviewed about her research on immigration from Cuba by BU Today.
Professor Susan Eckstein said that Cubans have enjoyed special U. S. immigration privileges.
Dan Connell, a visiting researcher with the African Studies Center, said that the Eritrean refugee crisis is reverberating even as far as the Americas.
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein was cited in an article on Al Jazeera America tracking the increase in Cuban migration to the U. S.
How Immigrants Impact their Homelands, edited by Susan Eckstein and Adil Najam, was reviewed in Contemporary Sociology.
Michael Woldemariam says that immigration from Ethiopia will continue until that nation’s government addresses issues of structural inequality.