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Organizations on Migration

  • Zolberg Center on Global Migration

    The Zolberg Center on Global Migration is at the New School University in New York City.

  • Immigration History Research Center

    The Immigration History Research Center is based at the University of Minnesota. It is an interdisciplinary research center that brings together a variety of scholars. Erika Lee is director.

  • Immigration & Ethnicity Institute

    The Immigration & Ethnicity Institute at Florida International University has studied issues of religion and immigration.

  • Center for Religion & Civic Culture

    The Center for Religion & Civic Culture at the University of Southern California has a principal focus on the study of religion and immigration and its various manifestations. The executive director of the center is Donald E. Miller, Firestone Professor of Religion at USC. Contact Brie Loskota.

  • Center for Immigration Studies

    The Center for Immigration Studies is a nonpartisan research organization in Washington, D.C. Many of its researchers have concluded that current high levels of immigration are harming the country. The organization says it’s not anti-immigrant, however; instead, it favors a policy of fewer immigrants but a “warmer welcome for those who are admitted.” Mark Krikorian is executive director.

    Contact: 202-466-8185.

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