Event Title

"Danger" in Canadian Immigration Debates

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:

Harald Bauder is an associate professor in the Graduate Program in Immigration and Settlement Studies (ISS) and the Department of Geography at Ryerson University. His current research projects involve the economic integration of immigrants, ethnic economies, the mobility of privileged labour, and immigration policies and discourses in Canada and Europe. His books include Work on the West Side (Lexington Books, 2002); Labor Movement: How Migration Regulates Labor Markets (Oxford University Press, 2006); Critical Geographies: A Collection of Readings (co-editor, Praxis (e)Press, 2008); and Immigration Dialectic: Imagining Community, Economy and Nation (University of Toronto Press, forthcoming this summer).

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For more information on Harald Bauder's work, please refer to his upcoming publication, Immigration Dialectic: Imaging Community, Economy, and Nation (University of Toronto Press 2011).

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"Danger" in Canadian Immigration Debates

North American Immigration Policies and Politics in a Turbulent Era

Bio:

Harald Bauder is an associate professor in the Graduate Program in Immigration and Settlement Studies (ISS) and the Department of Geography at Ryerson University. His current research projects involve the economic integration of immigrants, ethnic economies, the mobility of privileged labour, and immigration policies and discourses in Canada and Europe. His books include Work on the West Side (Lexington Books, 2002); Labor Movement: How Migration Regulates Labor Markets (Oxford University Press, 2006); Critical Geographies: A Collection of Readings (co-editor, Praxis (e)Press, 2008); and Immigration Dialectic: Imagining Community, Economy and Nation (University of Toronto Press, forthcoming this summer).