Immigration

Inclusion

Published April 22, 2020

COVID-19 is Blind to Legal Status, but Can Disproportionately Hurt Immigrants

 COVID-19 is blind to legal status, but can still disproportionately hurt immigrants, argue Jasmijn Slootjes and Irene Bloemraad from the Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative.

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Other Events

Recap

Published March 16, 2020

Immigration and the American Ethos

A panel discussion on the book Immigration and the American Ethos, by Morris Levy, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern California, and Matthew Wright, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia.

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Grants and Opportunities

Published July 30, 2019

Recipients of 2019-2020 Matrix-Sciences Po Collaboration Grants Announced

Teams of scholars from UC Berkeley and Sciences Po, in Paris will receive funding and administrative support for cross-institutional research partnerships.

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Other Events

Recap

Published April 16, 2019

American Opinion on Immigration: Implications for Policy

Recorded on March 19, 2019, this panel discussion features a group of distinguished political scientists discussing the implications of immigration (and Americans' opinion about immigration) on policy.

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Interview

Article

Published November 28, 2016

Lawrence Rosenthal: State of the Right

In light of the upcoming panel discussion entitled, “Reflections on the 2016 Election and the Republican Party Under President Trump,” we spoke with Dr. Lawrence Rosenthal, Founding Director, Chair, and Lead Researcher of the Center for Right Wing Studies, to hear his thoughts on the election.

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Research Highlights

Article

Published September 11, 2014

Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies

Migrant farmworkers are subject to social and economic inequalities that put them at greater risk of hardship and injury, according to a book by UC Berkeley’s Seth Holmes.

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