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Migration, Ethnicity, and Urban Inequality in Europe

A two-day international graduate student conference, March 2 - 3. Organized by the UCLA Center for European and Eurasian Studies, the UCLA Program on International Migration, the Department of Sociology - Sciences Po, and the Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences.

Friday, March 02, 2012
9:00 AM

Migration, Ethnicity, and Urban Inequality in Europe
Graduate Student Conference
UCLA, March 2-3, 2012
 
Organized by: UCLA Center for European and Eurasian Studies, UCLA Program on International Migration, Department of Sociology – Sciences Po, Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences
 
FRIDAY, MARCH 2 – BUNCHE HALL
 
INTRODUCTION --- 9:00 am --- 10383 Bunche     
 
MORNING SESSION --- 9:15 to 11:45 am
 
A --- PROTEST --- Klaus Eder, BGSS, Sociology --- 10383 Bunche
 
Christina Fernandez, UC San Diego, Sociology
Learning a Repertoire: Ecuadorian Claims-Making Experiences in the Context of Migration
 
Yang Xiong, UCLA, Sociology
Hmong American Protest Events, 1980-2010
 
Markus Kip, York University, Sociology
Urban Battlegrounds and the Limits of Sovereignty: The Emergence of German Trade Union Centres for Undocumented Migrant Workers
 
Caitlin Patler, UCLA, Sociology
“Undocumented and Unafraid”: Undocumented Youth, Deportation Deferral Campaigns, and Redefining Belonging
 
B --- ETHNICITY I --- Rubén Hernández-León, UCLA, Sociology --- 6275 Bunche
 
Agathe Voisin, Sciences Po, Sociology
Ethnicity in Young People’s Lives: From Discrimination to New Individuations in French and British Societies
 
Cynthia Malakasis, Florida International University, Anthropology
Immigration to Greece and Greek National Identity
 
Sylvia Zamora, UCLA, Sociology
Encountering a “New” Racial Landscape: Mexican Immigrants Navigate Race in the U.S.  
 
Natalie Lohmann, BGSS, Sociology
Bhabha's Concept of Hybridity: Analysis and Application
 
AFTERNOON SESSION I --- 1:00 to 3:00 pm
 
A --- LAW AND POLICY --- Rogers Brubaker, UCLA, Sociology --- 10383 Bunche
 
Mina Barahimi, UC Berkeley, Law
EU Immigration Policy and the Dilemma of the Third Country National
 
Alan Desmond, University of Cork/UCLA, Law
Regularisation of Irregular Immigrants in Poland – A Human Rights Approach?
 
Yui Lee, UCLA, Political Science
Transnational Marriage and Citizenship
 
B --- POLITICS I --- Marco Oberti, Sciences Po, Sociology --- 6275 Bunche
 
Antoine Jardin, Sciences Po, Political Science
Socio-Spatial Models of Electoral Behavior in European Deprived Neighborhoods
 
Erica Dobbs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Political Science
Immigrant Political Incorporation in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
 
Thomas Swerts, University of Chicago, Sociology
The Political Incorporation of Undocumented Immigrants in Brussels
 
AFTERNOON SESSION II --- 3:30 to 5:00 pm
 
PLENARY SESSION --- 10383 Bunche
Rogers Brubaker, Marco Oberti, Roger Waldinger, Gökçe Yurdakul
Migration, Ethnicity and Urban Inequality: Debates and Research Challenges
 
 
SATURDAY, MARCH 3 – HAINES HALL
 
MORNING SESSION --- 9:00 to 11:30 am
 
A --- URBAN --- Jamie Goodwin-White, UCLA, Geography --- 279 Haines
 
Juliette Galonnier, Sciences Po, Sociology
The Urban Expression of Stigmatization: Muslim Neighborhoods and the Experience of Segregation: Some Indian Insights
 
Camille Hémet, Sciences Po, Economics
Diversity and Public Goods: A Natural Experiment with Exogenous Residential Allocation
 
Merlin Schaeffer, BGSS/University of Amsterdam
Inter-Ethnic Neighborhood Acquaintanceships of Migrants and Natives in Germany
 
David Trouille, UCLA, Sociology
Fencing a Field: The Views of Imagined Others in the Erratic Development of Inter-Ethnic Conflict over an Urban Park
 
B --- ETHNICITY II --- Gökçe Yurdakul, BGSS, Sociology --- 352 Haines
 
Gül Çalışkan, York University, Sociology
Forging Diasporic Citizenship: Berlin’s German-Born Turkish Ausländer
 
Laura Enriquez, UCLA, Sociology
Undocumented Intersectionality: The Experiences and Identities of Undocumented College Students
 
Laura Wiesböck, University of Vienna, Sociology
Young Adults of Turkish Origin in Austria – Qualitative Examinations of Exclusion and Inequalities in Urban Context
 
AFTERNOON SESSION I --- 1:00 to 3:00 pm
 
A --- TRANSNATIONAL --- Adrian Favell, Sciences Po, Sociology --- 279 Haines
 
Jackie Torres, UCLA, Public Health
Cross-border Ties and Self-Rated Health Status for 1.5 and 2nd Generation Latinos in Southern California
 
Rocio Rosales, UCLA, Sociology
Leaving Home and Left Behind: Migrants’ Economic and Social Interaction with their Families and Hometown
 
Aurore Flipo, Sciences Po, Sociology
Understanding Intra-European Work Migrations at the Macro-Level: Theoretical Frameworks and Changing Patterns
 
B --- POLITICS II --- Tommaso Vitale, Sciences Po, Sociology --- 352 Haines
 
Timo Lochocki, BGSS
Where Did the Right Populists Come from? Electoral Fortunes of Right Populist Parties in Western Europe
 
Akasemi Newsome, UC Berkeley, Political Science
Does Labor Union Membership Impact Anti-Immigrant Sentiment in Europe?
 
Anna Zamora, Columbia University, Sociology
Immigrants’ Enfranchisement and the Lack of Anti-Foreigner Sentiment in Spain
 
AFTERNOON SESSION II --- 3:30 to 5:30 pm
 
A --- HISTORICAL --- Roger Waldinger, UCLA, Sociology --- 279 Haines
 
Sarah DeMott, New York University, International Education
Divided Memories of Italian Migration: Gendered Representations of Sicilian Emigration to Tunisia, 1830 -2010
 
Svetla Dimitrova, Michigan State University, Sociology
The Long-Term Effects of the 1920s Exchange of Minorities between Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey
 
Alison Kolodzy, Michigan State University, History
Gender in the Interactions among Migrants, Religious Organizations, and the State in 20th Century France
 
B --- STRATIFICATION --- Edmond Préteceille, Sciences Po, Sociology --- 352 Haines
 
Apostolos Andrikopoulos, University of Amsterdam, Anthropology
Class and Migration Process: Insights from Nigerian Diaspora in the New Europe
 
Thomas Soehl, UCLA, Sociology
Intergenerational transmission of language and religion
 
Mathieu Ichou, Sciences Po, Sociology
Who They Were There: Immigrants’ Educational Selectivity and Their Children’s Educational Attainment
 
 
Due to limited seating availability, attendance is reserved for faculty and graduate students. Interested participants should RSVP by February 22, 2012.
 


Sponsor(s): Center for European and Eurasian Studies, Program on International Migration, Department of Sociology - Sciences Po, Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences

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