An in-depth sociological investigation of "hope" as it applies to the Italian immigrant experience in the blue-collar suburb of Chicago Heights between 1910 and 1950.
Illuminates the cross-border migration and settlement of Catholics from Canada to northern New York.
Offers an Asian immigrant perspective on US racial relations and explores the unique situations and challenges facing Asian immigrants in the United States.
Biography of the early years of A. Bartlett Giamatti, who would become Yale University’s first non-Anglo-Saxon Protestant president and commissioner of Major League Baseball.
Shows how Japan’s immigration policy is shaped by the nature of Japan’s economy and elite debates about the country’s national identity.
Examines the history of the Italian anarchist movement in New London, Connecticut.
Undergraduate-level textbook introducing students to the factors which define immigration politics in the United States and Europe.
Documents the arc of the Italian American immigrant experience on both sides of the Atlantic.
Explores how political activism, art, and popular culture challenge the discrimination and injustice faced by “illegal” and displaced peoples.
Documents the rich history of Italian American working women in Connecticut, including the crucial role they played in union organizing.
A tribute to the Italian American family and its trying bonds of love.
Examines Victorian conceptions of home and identity by looking at portrayals and accounts of middle-class emigration to Australia.
Offers important new perspectives on the African Diaspora in North America.
A look at the Latino experience in the American South using data from Richmond, Virginia.
Examines the policy stances of two major Hispanic interest groups.
Philosophers and social theorists of color examine how racism can creep into defensive forms of nationalism.