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Call for submissions: 5th Annual IEHS Grad Student Blog Competition Due November 22, 2019

Call for submissions: Do you want to showcase your research and win $100? Enter the Immigration and Ethnic History Graduate Student Blog Competition, due Friday, November 22, 2019. Recognizing the need to bring critical and evidence-based knowledge to public conversations on timely issues,…

IEHS 2019 Award winners

Theodore Saloutos Memorial Book Prize: Ana Raquel Minian, Undocumented Lives: The Untold Story of Mexican Migration Honorable Mention: Simeon Man, Soldiering Through Empire: Race and the Making of the Decolonizing Pacific IEHS First Book Award: Rosina Lozano, An American Language: The History of…

Lori A. Flores, “Our Thanksgiving Meals Are Eaten, But The Fight for Farm Workers’ Rights Is Still on the Table”

The day after Thanksgiving in 1960, CBS aired an hour-long documentary hosted by Edward R. Murrow called Harvest of Shame which graphically depicted the poverty and despair of migrant farmworkers across the United States. Its strategic premiere date aimed to…

IEHS Lifetime Achievement Award: Congratulations to Alan M. Kraut and George J. Sánchez

The Immigration and Ethnic History Society is pleased to announce that Alan M. Kraut and George J. Sánchez are the 2017 recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award. Professors Kraut and Sánchez will be honored at the annual IEHS banquet, which will be held in New Orleans on Friday, April…

Adam Mendelsohn, “No business like the clothing business: how I came to write The Rag Race”

Editor’s Note: Periodically, the blog features contributions by this year’s IEHS award winners to give our readers a sense of ongoing scholarship debates in Immigration and Ethnic History and related fields. In April 2016 IEHS awarded Adam Mendelsohn the First Book Award for The Rag…

Megan Asaka, “Unsettled City: Migration, Race, and the Making of Seattle’s Urban Landscape”

Editor’s Note: Periodically, the blog features contributions by this year’s IEHS award winners to give our readers a sense of ongoing scholarship debates in Immigration and Ethnic History and related fields. In April 2016 IEHS awarded Megan Asaka the Outstanding Dissertation Award.…

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