Race, Ethnicity and Immigration

Making Sense of a Perplexing Country and an unwieldy Subject: Studies in the sociology of development and of modern-day trafficking and slavery

Making Sense of a Perplexing Country and an unwieldy Subject: Studies in the sociology of development and of modern-day trafficking and slavery

March 1, 2018

The Confounding Island: Institutions, Culture and Mis-Development in Post-Colonial Jamaica was just delivered to the press by Professor Orlando Patterson. This book examines one of the world’s most perplexing societies. Famous for the spectacular successes of its athletes and musicians, its vibrant democracy, and its religiosity, Jamaica is equally infamous for being among the world’s most violent places.... Read more about Making Sense of a Perplexing Country and an unwieldy Subject: Studies in the sociology of development and of modern-day trafficking and slavery

2018 Apr 24

Margot Moinester: Disparities by Nationality in U.S. Immigration Apprehensions, Detentions, and Deportations, 1980-2010

12:00pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

William James Hall, 33 Kirkland Street, Room 450

Migration and Immigrant Incorporation Workshop presentation by Margot Moinester, PhD Candidate in Sociology, Harvard University and Doctoral Fellow at the American Bar Foundation.

 

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