The Frank H. T. Rhodes Annual Symposium in Partnership with the Center for the Study of Inequality

Criminalizing Immigrants: Border Controls, Enforcement, and Resistance (Thursday, November 9th and 10th, 2017 G10 Biotech and Statler Amphitheater, Cornell University)

The Criminalizing Immigrants: Border Controls, Enforcement, and Resistance conference will be held November 9-10 on Cornell's campus. The "criminalization" of immigration through more restrictive immigration policies and stricter enforcement of existing policies affects migrants and their families, communities, and labor markets in sending and receiving nations. The conference will examine the causes and consequences of the criminalization of immigration, drawing on empirical projects from around the globe. The conference is organized by CPC affiliates Filiz Garip (Sociology), Shannon Gleeson (School of Industrial and Labor Relations), and Matthew Hall (Policy Analysis and Management).

RSVPs are necessary to attend Friday's keynote and workshop. Please email to RSVP.

The CPC is honored to receive Atlantic Philanthropies' generous endowment to fund postdoctoral fellows and an annual symposium in recognition of former Cornell president, Frank H. T. Rhodes. CPC is collaborating with the Center for the Study of Inequality for this year's Annual Rhodes Symposium. This annual event brings together Dr. Rhodes’ research interests and CPC’s four core themes: (1) families and children; (2) health behaviors and disparities; (3) poverty and inequality; and (4) immigration and diversity.

CPC at Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2017
CPC Affiliates on PAA 2017 Program: 45
Papers: 31
Posters: 17
Organizer: 3
Session Chair: 9
Discussant: 7

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