Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the New Immigration
Immigration has continually shaped notions of race & ethnicity throughout the history of the United States. Focusing on immigration post-1960s but building off of a foundation of research on early race relations in the US, this course serves as an introduction to different theoretical & empirical scholarship on race/ethnicity & immigration. Topics include immigrant adaptation/assimilation, social mobility, panethnicity, & the shifting construction of racial categories.
- Old Course Number: E53.2545