Docstoc

ISP

Document Sample
ISP Powered By Docstoc
					        Immigration Symposium April 12 (Thursday), 2012
                         Program
8:00-8:30 a.m.       Registration
                     San José State University MLK Library 2nd Floor
                     SJSU MLK 225/229                         SJSU MLK 255/257
8:30-9:00 a.m.       Opening Ceremonies

                     Welcome
                     •   Dr. Mike Conniff, Director of
                         SJSU Silicon valley Center for
                         Global Studies

                     Opening Remarks
                     •   Dr. Mark Novak, Dean of
                         International and Extended
                         Studies
                     •   Dr. Sheila Bienenfeld, Dean of
                         the College of Social Sciences


9:00-10:00a.m.       Keynote Address: Beyond Legal Vs.
                     Illegal: Telling The Stories of
                     Immigrant America

                     Speaker - Mr. Andrew Lam, Author
                     and Editor of New America Media

                     Moderator - Matt Spangler,
                     Communication Studies, San José
                     State University
10:00-10:15 a.m.     Break

10:15-11:30 p.m.     Session 1: Immigrant Workers             Session 2: Asian and Mexican
                                                              Immigrants: Health and Domestic
                                                              Violence

                     Rights in Theory, Rights in Practice:    The Effects of Social Support on the
                     Barriers to Claims-making for            Recovery of Immigrant Asian Women
                     Immigrant Workers                        in a Domestic Violence Shelter
                     •    Shannon Gleeson, Latin              •     Iris Dinh, Social Work Alumna,
                          American and Latino Studies, UC           San José State University
                          Santa Cruz                          •     Meekyung Han, Social Work, San
                                                                    José State University
                     Day Laborers Working in Uncertain
                     Times                                    Immigration Relief for the Battered
                     •    Daniel Melero Malpica, Chicano      Spouse: Why it does not help the most
                          and Latino Studies, Sonoma State    vulnerable?
                          University                          •    Zakia Afrin, Maitri, A Bay Area
                                                                   Domestic Violence Organization
                     Work, Bread, and Border Enforcement:          and School of Law, Golden Gate
                     Contingency Employment and Latino             University
                     Immigrant Workers in New Mexico
                     •    Cesar G. Abarca, Social Work,       Mental Health Seeking Behaviors
                          California State University, Long   Amongst Asian American Junior
                          Beach                               College Students: Impact of Stigmas,
                                                              Cultural Barriers and Acculturation
                                                              •    Helen Pong, Social Work Alumna,
                                                                   San José State University
                                                              •    Meekyung Han, Social Work, San
                                                                   José State University

                                                              The Health Paradox and the Selectivity
                                                              of Mexican Migrants to the U.S.
                                                              •    Jose N. Martinez, Economics,
                                                                   University of North Texas


11:30-12:45 p.m.     Lunch

12:45- 2:00 p.m.     Session 3: International Migration       Session 4: State Immigration
                                                              Policies

                     Ethnic Online Communities: Impact on     “Beyond the Steelers, Eagles,
                   Migration Trends                            Cheesesteaks, and Rocky: The
                   •   Maria Gioga, UN Information             Resurgence of Nativism in
                       Centre, Bucharest, Romania              Pennsylvania, 2005-Present
                                                               •    Justin D. García,
                   Independent North-South Child                    Sociology/Anthropology,
                   Migration in Ghana: Economic or                  Millersville University
                   Environmental Phenomenon?
                   •    Bogumil Terminski, The                 The Fiscal Impact of State Immigrant
                        University of Warsaw                   Control Laws: Are Taxpayers Left
                                                               Footing the Bill?
                   Migration and integration policies in       •    Michele Waslin, Immigration
                   Europe: Rethinking culture to avoid              Policy Center, American
                   fears                                            Immigration Council,
                   •     Aude Jehan, The Center for                 Washington, D.C.
                         Transatlantic Relations, Johns
                         Hopkins University                    The Impact of Municipal and State
                                                               Policy on Transnational Mexican
                   Analysis of ‘Perception” among              Immigrants: Comparison of Indiana
                   immigrants in Canada and its                and Alabama
                   Implications on Public Policy               •    Lynda D. Nyce, Sociology,
                   •    Arti Nanavati, Economics and                Bluffton University
                        The Centre for Canadian Studies,
                        M.S. University of Baroda, India       The Forgotten History of European
                                                               Immigration to California
                   The Flow of People under Chapter 16 of      •    Glen Gendzel, History, San José
                   NAFTA and across the Canada-US                   State University
                   Border in a Post 2008 Economy
                   •    Kathrine Richardson, Geography,
                        San José State University



2:00-2:15 p.m.     Break

2:15-3:30 p.m.     Session 5: Politics, Voting and             Session 6: Immigrant Youth and
                   Immigrants                                  Families


                   Political Rights in the Age of Migration:   Parentification and Juvenization of
                   The Case of Immigrant Voting in the         Immigrant Family Members
                   U.S.                                        •    Rebecca López, Social Work,
                   •     Ron Hayduk, Political Science,             California State University, Long
                         City University of New York                Beach

                   Political Socialization Patterns among      Undocumented, Unafraid &
                   Second-Generation Americans                 Unapologetic: Articulatory Practices &
                   •     Melinda Jackson and Karthika          Migrant Youth “Illegality”
                         Sasikumar, Political Science, San     •   Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales,
                         José State University                     Mexican American Studies, San
                                                                   José State University
                   Consolidating Movements, Spatializing
                   Presence: The Ford Foundation and the       Welcoming Policies, Unwelcomed
                   Institutionalization of Oakland Latino      Guests: Latino Immigrant Families in
                   Nonprofit Organizations, 1967-2004          New Mexico
                   •     Juan Herrera, Comparative             •    Cesar G. Abraca, Social Work,
                         Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley                California State University, Long
                                                                    Beach


3:30- 3:45 p.m.    Break

3:45 – 5:00 p.m.   Session 7: Role of Congress in
                   Illegal Immigration Policy

                   Immigrant Rights and Lessons from
                   IRCA
                   •    Martha D. Escobar, Chicana/o
                        Studies, California State
                        University, 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 Preferences in Orange County
                     •    Celia Lacayo, Ethnic Studies, UC
                          Berkeley



          Immigration Symposium April 13 (Friday), 2012
                          Program
8:15-8:45 a.m.       Registration
                     San José State University MLK Library 2nd Floor
                     SJSU MLK 225/229                         SJSU MLK 255/257
8:45-9:00 a.m.       Opening Ceremonies

                     Welcome
                     •   Dr. Mike Conniff, Director of
                         SJSU Silicon valley Center for
                         Global Studies

                     Opening Remarks
                     •   Dr. Mark Novak, Dean of
                         International and Extended
                         Studies
                     •   Dr. Sheila Bienenfeld, Dean of
                         the College of Social Sciences


9:00-10:00a.m.       Keynote Address: Amnesty or
                     Abolition?: Felons, Illegals and
                     America's Unfinished Abolition
                     Movement

                     Speaker –
                     Dr. Kelly Lytle Hernández, History
                     Department, UCLA

                     Moderator- Matt Spangler,
                     Communication Studies, San José
                     State University
10:00-10:15 a.m.     Break

10:15-11:30 p.m.     Session 1: The Indian Diaspora           Session 2: Documentary Film on
                                                              the Bracero Program

                     The Indian Diaspora Project
                     •    Sharvari Dixit, Psychology, San     Harvest of Loneliness
                          José State University               •   Gilbert G. Gonzalez, Chicano
                                                                  Latino Studies, U.C. Irvine
                     Sikh Diaspora: Development and
                     Transnational Integration
                     •    Baltej Singh Mann, Punjabi
                          University, India


11:30-12:45 p.m.     Lunch

12:45- 2:00 p.m.     Session 3: Immigration and the           Session 4: Workshop on Latino
                     New Black Diversity in the United        Perceptions on Ethnicity and Race
                     States                                   in the 2010 Census

                     1.The Impact of U.S. Immigration laws    •    Michelle Pelayo-Osorio, Office of
                     on African Immigration to the U.S.A.,         Supervisor Dave Cortese
                     1965-1990
                                                              •    Joaquin Parra, Jr. , Youth
                     2.The Family Unification Act in the           Empowerment Services with
                     Post- 9/11 Era: The Ideal and the             Catholic Charities
                     Reality for East African Immigrants
                                                              •    Teresa Castellanos, Immigrant
                     3.Gender, Culture, Ethnicity and Work:        Relations and Integration
                     U.S. Immigration Policy and the               Services at the Santa Clara
                     Struggle for a Living Wage among East         County’s Office of Human
                     African Immigrants                            Relations
                 4.Contributions of East African
                 Immigrants to the Silicon Valley
                 Economy: Immigration Policies that
                 Help and Hurt

                 Panelists:
                 •   Ruth Wilson, 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
2:00-2:15 p.m.   Break

2:15-3:30 p.m.   Session 5: Workshop on                   Session 6: Poster Session
                 Immigration from Yugoslavia:
                 History, Foreign Policy and Social
                 Implications

                 Presenters:                              Culturally Humility and Confianza:
                 •    Andrej Grubačić, San Francisco      Gifts and Challenges of Deeply Engaged
                      Art Institute and California        Relationships Between Multicultural
                      Institute for Integral Studies      College Students and Local Immigrant
                                                          Families
                 •    Minina Jovanović, Dispute           •     Kathleen Roe, Salud Familiar en
                      Resolution and Immigrant                  McKinley and Health Science,
                      Relations and Integration                 San José State University
                      Services at the Santa Clara
                      County ‘s Office of Human           Poster #1:
                      Relations                           Salud Familiar en McKinley: Dreams,
                                                          actions, and commitments for a
                 Facilitator:                             healthy Latino community
                 •     Teresa Castellanos, Immigrant
                       Relations and Integration          Poster #2
                       Services at the Santa Clara        “There’s a place for me”: Fears,
                       County’s Office of Human           discovery, and aha’s from
                       Relations                          multicultural college students
                                                          engaged in service-learning with a
                                                          Mexican immigrant community

                                                          Poster #3
                                                          “They eat cilantro, too???” Risks, aha’s
                                                          and insights from Mexican immigrant
                                                          families through deep engagement
                                                          with multicultural college students

                                                          The Influence of the Accent of a
                                                          Hypothetical Teacher on Passage
                                                          Comprehension and Evaluation
                                                          •    Megumi Hosoda and Dana
                                                               Raynolds, Psychology, San José
                                                               State University

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:8
posted:7/30/2012
language:English
pages:4