Workshop Overview

Members of the Harvard Migration and Immigrant Incorporation workshop share a common interest in international migration and the incorporation of immigrants into host societies. This broad topic includes questions of race and the integration of the second generation (the children of immigrants). While the majority of participants focus on the United States, the workshop includes and is open to researchers studying other immigrant-receiving countries. The primary purpose of the workshop is to circulate works-in-progress in order to elicit feedback and suggestions for improving scholarly work such as dissertation chapters or proposals, journal article submissions, interview schedules and conference papers. The workshop is home to a broad range of interests under the general rubric of immigration studies. It and its email list also serve as a venue to disseminate information about data sources and recent publications of interest to participants.

Workshop Logistics

Faculty Organizers

Graduate Student Coordinators

Location and Schedule

  • William James Hall, Room 450
  • Bi-Weekly on Tuesdays 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. (beginning September 17, 2019)

Mailing List

Registrar Information

  • Soc 3309: Migration and Immigrant Incorporation Workshop
  • GSAS Class Number: 16160

Email Contact