Event Title

Filling the Federal Policy Void: State and Local Responses to Undocumented Immigration in the U.S.

Panel Topic

North American Immigration Policies and Politics in a Turbulent Era

Start Date

29-4-2011 4:00 PM

End Date

29-4-2011 6:00 PM

Description

Bio:

Els de Graauw is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Baruch College, the City University of New York. Her research lies at the intersection of immigration studies, (sub)urban politics, civic organizations, and public policy. Her book manuscript analyzes the role of community-based nonprofit organizations as public policy advocates on behalf of disadvantaged immigrants in San Francisco. De Graauw also has underway a project on municipal identification cards and undocumented immigrants as well as collaborative research on urban and suburban differences in responding to immigration. De Graauw received her Ph.D. in 2008 in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and was a post-doctoral researcher at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in 2008-2009.

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Filling the Federal Policy Void: State and Local Responses to Undocumented Immigration in the U.S.

North American Immigration Policies and Politics in a Turbulent Era

Bio:

Els de Graauw is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Baruch College, the City University of New York. Her research lies at the intersection of immigration studies, (sub)urban politics, civic organizations, and public policy. Her book manuscript analyzes the role of community-based nonprofit organizations as public policy advocates on behalf of disadvantaged immigrants in San Francisco. De Graauw also has underway a project on municipal identification cards and undocumented immigrants as well as collaborative research on urban and suburban differences in responding to immigration. De Graauw received her Ph.D. in 2008 in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and was a post-doctoral researcher at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in 2008-2009.