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Guide to the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC) occasional and working papers, 1995-1999

Collection Overview

Repository

New School Collections

Collection Identifier

NS.02.23.04

Creator

New School University. International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship.

Creator - Author

Zolberg, Aristide R.

Title

International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC) occasional and working papers, 1995-1999

Extent

1.1 linear ft: 1 box

Language of Materials note

All papers in English.

Summary

This collection is comprised of working papers originating from the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC), described and arranged in the following series: Migration Policy in Global Perspective, Immigrant New York; Occasional Papers; Critical Perspectives on Xenophobia; and Negotiating Differences.

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)] , International Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenship occasional and working papers, NS.02.23.04, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

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Historical note

Founded in 1993 by New School professor Aristide Zolberg, the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC) advanced interdisciplinary research on various aspects of past and present patterns of international migration and immigrant integration, in order to better understand their dynamics, the determinants of state policies in this sphere, and the development of global migration regimes. Under Zolberg's leadership, ICMEC led a number of research projects on migration policy, immigrant integration, refugees, religion and immigration in the post-September 11 context. Support for these projects came from Pew Global Stewardship Initiative, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, New York Community Trust, Henry Luce Foundation, German-American Academic Foundation/SSRC, U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM), the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the German Marshall Fund, among others.

The Center, part of the New School for Social Research, was renamed the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility in 2014.

-- Source:

"History," Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility. accessed 7 May 2015, http://blogs.newschool.edu/zolberg-center/history/.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection contains working papers and other academic papers, printed and typescripts, stemming from the International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC), arranged in series assigned by the Center: Critical Perspectives on Xenophobia; Immigrant New York; Migration Policy in Global Perspective; Negotiating Differences; and Occasional papers. Individual papers in each series are numbered, some with revisions. Authors include Aristide R. Zolberg, Susanne Schmeidl, Elizabeth Ferris, David R. Howell, and Patrick Hossay, among others. Not all authors are New School faculty members.

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Organization and Arrangement

  1. Critical perspectives on xenophobia, 1998
  2. Immigrant New York series, 1996
  3. Migration policy in global perspective series, 1996-1997
  4. Negotiating differences series, 1997-1999
  5. Occasional paper series, 1995-1996, 1999

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Administrative Information

Jennifer Ulrich

Publication Information

New School Collections - April 1, 2016

66 Fifth Avenue
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New York, NY, 10011
212.229.5942
archivist@newschool.edu

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], [date (if known)] , International Center for Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenship occasional and working papers, NS.02.23.04, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.

Access Note

Collection is open for research use. Please contact archivist@newschool.edu for appointment.

Use Note

To publish images of material from this collection, permission must be obtained in writing from the New School Archives and Special Collections. Please contact: archivist@newschool.edu

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Transferred from Raymond Fogelman Library to the New School Archives & Special Collections, 2012.

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Keywords for Searching Related Subjects

Genre(s)

  • Manuscripts.

Subject(s)

  • Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects.
  • Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.

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Collection Inventory

Critical Perspectives on Xenophobia 1998 

Box Folder
1. Shain, Martin, Aristide R. Zolberg, Partick Hossay. Development of radical right parties in Western Europe: a framework for analysis, 1998 
1 1
2. Betz, Hans-Georg. Sociostructural change, globalization, and radical populism: the divergent paths of the FPO and lega nord since the early 1990s, 1998 
1 1
3. Bjørklund, Tor and Jørgen Goul Anderson. The emergence and success of the progress parties in Denmark and Norway: background and consequences, 1998 
1 1
4. Chiarini, Roberto and Jack Veugelers. The far right in France and Italy: anti-immigrant politics and anti-fascism, 1998 
1 1
5. Givens, Terri. The role of socio-economic factors in success of extreme right parties, 1998 
1 2
6. Hossay, Patrick. Why Flanders?: accounting for regional variation in the electoral success of the radical right in Belgium, 1998 
1 2
7. Husbands, Christopher. Time, space and social structures as basis for variations in support for racist political parties in five Western-European countries, 1998 
1 2
10. Minkenberg, Michael. Radical right in the poltical process: interaction effects in France and Germany, 1998 
1 3
11. Perlmutter, Ted. The politics of restriction: the effect of xenophobic parties on italian immigration policy and German asylum policy, 1998 
1 3
12. Hossay, Patrick, Julie Watts, Rudolf Maxwald, Tom Gold. Xenophobic movements and parties in Western Europe: an annotated bibliography, 1998 
1 3

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Immigrant New York 1996 

Working papers funded by the New York Community Trust.

Box Folder
1. Rivera-Batiz, Fransisco L. The education of immigrant children: the case of New York City, 1996 Aug 
1 4
2. Michael, Suzanne. Immigrant health in New York City: an overview of available data and current issues, 1996 
1 4
3. Mueller, Elizabeth and David R. Howell. Immigrants as workers in New York City, 1996 
1 4

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Migration Policy in Global Perspective 1996-1997 

Working papers and occasional papers funded by Pew Charitable Trusts.

Box Folder

Working papers 

Box Folder
1. Kritz, Mary. Population growth and international migration: is there a link?, 1996 
1 5
2. Martin, Philip L and Edward Taylor. Managing migration: the role of economic policies, 1996 
1 5
3. Wood, William B. Ecomigration: linkages between environmental change and migration, 1996 
1 5
4. Schmeidl, Susanne. Conflict and forced migration: a quantitative review, 1997 
1 6
5. Smith, Robert C. Current dilemmas and future prospects of the inter-american migration system, 1997 
1 6
6. Weiss, Thomas G. Reforming the international humanitarian system for wars, 1997 
1 7
7. Forsythe, David, Gary Baker and Michele Leonard. US foreign policy and enlarging the democratic community, 1997 
1 7
8. Haus, Leah. Migration and international economic institutions, 1997 
1 7
9. Bissell, Richard and Andrew Natsios. Development assistance and migration, 1997 
1 8
10. Ferris, Elizabeth. After the wars are over: reconstruction and repatriation, 1997 
1 8
11. Loescher, Gil. Protection and humanitarian action in the post cold war era, 1997 
1 8

Occasional papers 

Box Folder
Kritz, Mary. Population growth and international migration: is there a link?, 1996 
1 9
Martin, Philip L and Edward Taylor. Managing migration: the role of economic policy, 1996 
1 9
Wood, William B. Ecomigration: linkages between environmental change and migration, 1996 
1 9

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Negotiating Differences 1997-1999 

Box Folder
1. Zolberg, Aristide R. and Long Litt Woon. Why Islam is like Spanish: cultural incorporation in Europe and the United States, 1997 Aug 27 
1 10
2. Hanchard, Michael. The color of subversion: radical politics and immigration policy in the United States, 1999 
1 10
3. Mollenkopf, John, Timothy Ross and David Olsen. Immigrant political participation in New York and Los Angeles, 1999 
1 10
4. Jacobsen, David. Place and belonging: citizenship and challenging patterns of incorporation, 1999 
1 11
5. Nielson, Jorgen S. Fluid identities: Muslim and Western Europe's nation states, 1999 
1 11
6. Hattam, Victoria. The cultural meaning of race and ethnicity: Britain and the United States, 1965-1995, 1999 
1 11
8. Stevens, Gillian. The ideology of language and the incorporation of immigrants in the United States, 1965-1995, 1999 
1 11

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Occasional papers 1995-1996, 1999 

Box Folder
1. Zolberg, Aristide R. Immigration and multiculturalism in the industrial democracies, 1995 
1 12
2. Zolberg, Aristide R. and Robert Smith. Migration systems in comparative perspective: an analysis of the inter-american migration system with comparative rerference to Mediterranian-European system, 1996 
1 12
3. Hossay, Patrick, Julie Watts, Rudolf Maxwald, Tom Gold. Xenophobic movements and parties in Western Europe: an annotated bibliography, 1996 
1 12
4. Zolberg, Aristide R. The unimixing of peoples in the post-communist world, 1995 
1 13
5. Joyce, Ted. The perinatal health and health care utilization of foreign-born women in New York City 1988-1998, probably 1999 
1 13

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Collection Guide Last Updated: 10/25/2016

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