Immigration Workshop

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We are looking for a data-savvy undergraduate or graduate student RA to join our team and support an ongoing research project that will measure how structural racism is...


The Immigration Workshop provides a space for academics at the University of Chicago to present their works-in-progress dealing with critical issues of global human mobility. We pride ourselves on our interdisciplinarity, with presenters in fields throughout the social sciences and the professional schools. The workshop is uniquely situated to address important topics in the current historical and political climate through a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the evolution of migration and its implications for individuals and society. 

The workshop meets three times per quarter on Tuesdays from 12:30-2pm at the Center for International Social Science Research (CISSR),
Conference Room 105, at Pick Hall, 5828 South University Ave.

To learn more about upcoming workshops, and presenters please visit our Workshops page.

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