Eckstein joins International Advisory Board of the journal International Politics, a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to transnational issues and global problems.
Prof. Susan Eckstein discussed United States President Donald Trump’s planned visit to the Summit of the Americas.
Prof. Susan Eckstein published a recent journal article on immigrant niches and immigrant networks in the United States labor market.
Prof. Susan Eckstein discusses how deportation risks for Cubans living in the United States could change under President Donald Trump.
The Latin American Studies Association held their International Congress in New York City.
Professor Susan Eckstein presented a paper on U. S./ Cuban immigration policy at a conference in Havana, Cuba.
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.
At a recent Pardee School symposium, scholars and diplomats examined the first year of closer relations between the U. S. and Cuba
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein said that the Pope’s itinerary in Cuba would endear him to the people.
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein has been selected as the co-editor of a special edition of the Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein was interviewed about an upcoming book tracing the history of the unique status of Cuban immigrants in the U. S.
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein was cited in an article on Al Jazeera America tracking the increase in Cuban migration to the U. S.
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein said that the normalization of diplomatic relations between the U. S. and Cuba was a welcome change.
How Immigrants Impact their Homelands, edited by Susan Eckstein and Adil Najam, was reviewed in Contemporary Sociology.
Pardee School Professor Susan Eckstein has been awarded the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship.
Pardee Professor Susan Eckstein co-edited a 2015 special edition of the academic journal Diaspora.
Professor Susan Eckstein argued that a newfound relationship with Cuba must mean the end of special privileges for Cuban immigrants.