Immigration Symposium 2012 king library | Thursday, april 12 | Friday, april 13 This evenT is sponsored by san José sTaTe UniversiTy’s silicon valley cenTer for Global sTUdies. 8 – 8:30 am registration 8:30 – 9 am opening ceremonies ✪ MEETIng suITE 225/229 welcome mike conniff Director Immigration SJSU Silicon Valley Center for Global Studies opening remarks Symposium mark novak Dean International Program and Extended Studies sheila Bienenfeld Dean College of Social Sciences Thursday, april 12 9 – 10 am keynote address beyond legal vs. illegal: telling the stories of immigrant america Andrew Lam Author and Editor of New America Media Moderator matt spangler Communication Studies San José State University 10 – 10:15 am Break king library, second floor ✪ meeting suite 225/229 ★ lecture room 255/257 ✪ meeting suite 225/229 ★ lecture room 255/257 10:15 – 11:30 am sEssIon 1: sEssIon 2: 11:30 – 12:45 pm lunch lunch immigrant workers asian and mexican 12:45 – 2 pm sEssIon 3: sEssIon 4: immigrants: health rights in theory, rights international state immigration in practice: barriers and domestic migration policies to claims-making for violence immigrant workers ethnic online communities: beyond the steelers, eagles, the effects of social impact on migration trends cheesesteaks and rocky: shannon gleeson support on the recovery Latin American the resurgence of nativism in of immigrant asian women maria gioga pennsylvania, 2005 – present and Latino Studies in a domestic violence UN Information Centre UC Santa Cruz shelter Bucharest, Romania Justin d. garcía Sociology/Anthropology day laborers working iris dinh Millersville University ’11 Social Work independent north -south in uncertain times child migration in ghana: San José State University daniel melero malpica economic or environmental the impact of municipal Chicano and Latino Studies meekyung han phenomenon? and state policy on Sonoma State University Social Work transnational mexican Bogumil terminski immigrants: comparison San José State University The University of Warsaw of indiana and alabama work, bread and border enforcement: contingency immigration relief for migration and integration lynda d. nyce employment and latino the battered spouse: why policies in europe: Sociology immigrant workers in it does not help the most rethinking culture to avoid Bluffton University new mexico vulnerable? fears cesar g. abarca Zakia afrin the forgotten history aude Jehan of european immigration Social Work, Maitri, A Bay Area Domestic The Center for CSU Long Beach Violence Organization and to california Transatlantic Relations School of Law, Golden Johns Hopkins University glen gendzel Gate University History analysis of “perception” San José State University mental health-seeking among immigrants in behaviors amongst asian canada and its implications american junior college on public policy students: impact of stigmas, cultural barriers arti nanavati and acculturation Economics and The Centre for Canadian Studies helen pong M.S. University of Baroda, India ’11 Social Work San José State University the flow of people under meekyung han chapter 16 of nafta and Social Work across the canada-u.s. San José State University border in a post-2008 economy the health paradox and kathrine richardson the selectivity of mexican Geography migrants to the u.s. San José State University Jose n. martinez 2 – 2:15 pm Break Break Economics University of North Texas ✪ meeting suite 225/229 ★ lecture room 255/257 2:15 – 3:30 pm sEssIon 5: sEssIon 6 : 8 – 8:30 am registration politics, voting immigrant youths 8:30 – 9 am opening ceremonies and immigrants and families ✪ MEETIng suITE 225/229 political rights in the parentification and welcome age of migration: the case of juvenization of immigrant mike conniff immigrant voting in the u.s. family members Director SJSU Silicon Valley Center ron hayduk rebecca lópez for Global Studies Immigration Political Science Social Work City University of New York CSU Long Beach opening remarks mark novak Symposium political socialization undocumented, unafraid & Dean patterns among unapologetic: articulatory International second -generation practices & migrant youth and Extended Studies americans “illegality” Program sheila Bienenfeld melinda Jackson and genevieve negrón -gonzales Dean karthika sasikumar Mexican American Studies College of Social Sciences Political Science San José State University San José State University 9 – 10 am keynote address consolidating movements, welcoming policies, unwelcomed guests: latino friday, april 13 amnesty or abolition?: spatializing presence: the immigrant families in felons, illegals and ford foundation and the new mexico america’s unfinished institutionalization of abolition movement oakland latino nonprofit cesar g. abraca Social Work Kelly Lytle Hernández organizations, 1967 – 2004 History CSU Long Beach Juan herrera UCLA Comparative Ethnic Studies Moderator UC Berkeley matt spangler 3:30 – 3:45 pm Break Break Communication Studies San José State University 3:45 – 5 pm sEssIon 7: 10 – 10:15 am Break role of congress in illegal immigration policy immigrant rights and lessons from irca martha d. escobar Chicana/o Studies CSU Northridge the role of congress in illegal immigration policy— the case of irca huiyun tang Politics The University of Virginia latino racialization and immigration policy king library, second floor preferences in orange county celia lacayo Ethnic Studies UC Berkeley ✪ meeting suite 225/229 ★ lecture room 255/257 ✪ meeting suite 225/229 ★ lecture room 255/257 10:15 – 11:30 am sEssIon 1: sEssIon 2: 2 – 2:15 pm Break Break the indian diaspora documentary film 2:15 – 3:30 pm sEssIon 5: sEssIon 6: on the Bracero the indian diaspora project workshop on poster session program sharvari dixit immigration from cultural humility and Psychology harvest of loneliness yugoslavia: history, confianza: gifts and San José State University foreign policy and challenges of deeply gilbert g. gonzalez Chicano Latino Studies social implications engaged relationships sikh diaspora: development UC Irvine between multicultural and transnational Presenters college students and local integration andrej grubacic immigrant families Baltej singh mann San Francisco Art Institute kathleen roe Punjabi University, India and California Institute Salud Familiar en McKinley for Integral Studies and Health Science 11:30 – 12:45 pm lunch lunch San José State University 12:45 – 2 pm sEssIon 3: sEssIon 4: minina Jovanovic Dispute Resolution poster #1: immigration and the workshop on latino and Immigrant Relations salud familiar en mckinley: new Black diversity perceptions on and Integration Services dreams, actions and in the united states ethnicity and race Santa Clara County Office commitments for a healthy of Human Relations latino community in the 2010 census 1.the impact of u.s. immigration laws on Facilitator poster #2 michelle pelayo-osorio “there’s a place for me” : african immigration Office of Supervisor teresa castellanos to the u.s., 1965-1990 Immigrant Relations fears, discovery, and “ahas” Dave Cortese from multicultural college and Integration Services 2.the family unification Joaquin parra Jr. Santa Clara County Office students engaged in service- act in the post-9/11 era: Youth Empowerment Services of Human Relations learning with a mexican the ideal and the with Catholic Charities immigrant community reality for east african immigrants teresa castellanos poster #3 Immigrant Relations “they eat cilantro, too???” 3.gender, culture, and Integration Services risks, “ahas” and insights ethnicity and work: u.s. Santa Clara County Office from mexican immigrant immigration policy and of Human Relations families through deep the struggle for a living engagement with multi- wage among east african cultural college students immigrants the influence of the accent 4.contributions of east of a hypothetical teacher african immigrants to the on passage comprehension silicon valley economy: and evaluation immigration policies that help and hurt megumi hosoda and dana raynolds Panelists Psychology ruth wilson San José State University African American Studies San José State University Jacqueline copeland-carlson The African Women’s Development Fund ahmed dirie The Bay Area Somali Community iris m. Jerke History San José State University keynote Biographies andrew lam is co-founder of New America Media, an association of over 2,000 ethnic media organizations. For a decade, he was a regular commentator on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. His essays have appeared in dozens of newspapers and magazines across the country. A three-time winner of the Professional Journalist Award, Lam was also John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University. In 2004, Lam was featured in the documentary My Journey Home, in which a film crew followed him to his homeland Vietnam. His book, Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese Diaspora, won a Pen American Award in 2006. His new book, East Eats West: Writing in Two Hemispheres, was published in September 2010. Lam’s collection of short stories, Birds of Paradise, is due out in 2013. He is currently working on a novel. kelly lytle hernández is associate professor in the Department of History at UCLA. Her book MIGRA! A History of the U.S. Border Patrol (University of California Press, 2010) is the first scholarly study of the U.S. Border Patrol’s rise in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. It received the 2010 Clements Book Award from Southern Methodist University’s Clements Center for Southwest Studies. Hernandez has numerous other publications, including “Persecuted Like Criminals: The Politics of Labor Emigration and the Problems of Illegal Immigration in Mexico” (forthcoming article), and the prizewinning article “The Crimes and Consequences of Illegal Immigration: A Cross-Border Examination of Operation Wetback, 1943 – 1954.” Currently, Hernandez is examining the history of race and incarceration in Los Angeles during the twentieth century. She received a bachelor’s degree in ethnic studies from UC San Diego and a doctorate in history from UCLA.