The Origins of Migration Between Mexico & the U.S. (Laurencio Sanguino, SSPF Postdoctoral Fellow, with Jose Moya and Madeline Hsu)Friday, April 25, 2014 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm
IN THIS POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW WORKSHOP, Laurencio Sanguino presents new work developed from his dissertation, "The Origins of Migration between Mexico and the United States, 1905-1945." The focus of his work this year has been Zamora, Michoacán, and its transformation into one of the most important migrant-sending communities in Mexico between 1885 and 1965. Jose Moya (Barnard College) and Madeline Hsu (UT Austin) will comment on Sanguino's manuscript.
Friday, May 2, 2014 - 8:30am - 5:30pm
MAJOR SCHOLARS FROM sociology, city planning, economics, history, and public policy convene to present research on the role of immigration in transforming metropolitan housing markets, creating economic opportunity, and transforming neighborhoods.
Speakers include: Robert J. Sampson, Harvard (Keynote); Amada Armenta, Univ. of Pennsylvania; Erick Guerra, Univ. of Pennsylvania; Marilynn Johnson, Boston College; Philip Kasinitz, City University of New York; Michael Katz and Kenneth Ginsburg, Univ. of Pennsylvania; Gary Painter, University of Southern California; Gerardo Sandoval, University of Oregon; Andrew Sandoval-Strausz, University of New Mexico; Jacob Vigdor, Duke University; Domenic Vitiello, University of Pennsylvania; Susan Wachter, University of Pennsylvania; and Jamie Winders, Syracuse University.
Please register for this event here.
9:00-9:15: Introduction/Welcome (Thomas Sugrue, SSPF Director)
9:15-10:45: Revitalizing Small Cities and Suburbs
Chair: Laurencio Sanguino (SSPF Postdoc)
Marilynn Johnson (Boston College, History), "The Metropolitan Diaspora: New Immigrants in the Greater Boston Suburbs"
Michael Katz and Kenneth Ginsburg (Penn, History), "Immigration and the Transformation of Bridgeport, Passaic, and Paterson"
Comment: Stanton Wortham (Penn, Grad School of Education)
11:00-12:30: The Politics of Immigration and Revitalization
Chair: James Walsh (SSPF Postdoc, Sociology)
Jamie Winders (Syracuse, Geography), "Old Maps and New Neighbors: The Spatial Politics of Immigrant Settlement"
Gerardo Sandoval (Oregon, City Planning), "Transforming Transit-Oriented (TOD) Projects via Immigrant Led Revitalization: The MacArthur Park, Los Angeles Case"
Comment: Amada Armenta (Penn, Sociology)
12:45-1:45 Lunch and Keynote
Robert Sampson (Harvard, Sociology): “Immigration and the New Social Transformation of the American City”
2:00-3:30: Immigration, Housing, and Economic Impacts
Chair: Mark Stern (Penn, Social Policy and Practice)
Philip Kasinitz (CUNY, Sociology), "Second Generation Immigrants in New York"
Gary Painter (USC, Demography and Public Policy), "Immigrants and Housing Markets"
Jacob Vigdor (Duke, Economics and Public Policy), "Estimating the Impact of Immigration on County-Level Economic Indicators"
Comment: Susan Wachter (Penn, Wharton School)
3:45-5:15: Transnational Urban Revitalization
Chair: Lorrin Thomas (Rutgers-Camden, History)
Andrew Sandoval-Strausz (New Mexico, History), "Migrantes, Negocios, and Infraestructura: Transnational Processes of Urban Revitalization in the Americas"
Domenic Vitiello (Penn, City Planning), "Liberian Reconstruction and Pan-African Transnational Urban Revitalization"
Comment: Erick Guerra (Penn, City Planning).