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citizenship

In search of immigrant insights

In search of immigrant insights

Published Jun 19, 2013

Asians have surpassed Hispanics as the largest group of new immigrants to the United States, and Binghamton researchers have new observations about their needs. Read more

Historian probes French treatment of Algerian immigrants

Historian probes French treatment of Algerian immigrants

Published Apr 30, 2012

Jaime Wadowiec’s dissertation unearths the origins of migrant segregation in post-colonial France. Read more

Search for identity drives young sociologist

Search for identity drives young sociologist

Published Mar 26, 2012

Binghamton senior Luisa Batiz's research on the Garifuna community in New York City is inspired by her own family's experience. Read more

Geographer focuses on cultural landscape

Geographer focuses on cultural landscape

Published Feb 16, 2012

Binghamton's John Frazier studies Queens, N.Y., the most diverse 100 square miles in the world. Read more

Jihadist groups in Africa may pose new threat

Jihadist groups in Africa may pose new threat

Published Dec 20, 2011

U.S. leaders must focus on developing threats from jihadist groups even as they struggle to repair the nation's economy, a Binghamton scholar says. Read more

Training a critical eye on a British ideal

Training a critical eye on a British ideal

Published Sep 28, 2011

Praseeda Gopinath's new book explores the well-mannered, leadership-driven “good Englishman,” and what happens to that ideal after the Empire. Read more

Justice for all: Understanding human rights

Justice for all: Understanding human rights

Published May 9, 2011

Binghamton University researchers influence the way human rights are defined and measured around the globe. Read more