Posted on January 8, 2015 · Posted In:

Nancy Foner Distinguished Professor of Sociology, Hunter College, CUNY Graduate Center; Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Chicago, 1971

Faculty Associate Nancy Foner co-authored a recent paper in International Migration Review with Richard Alba. The paper, “Comparing Immigrant Integration in North America and Western Europe: How Much Do the Grand Narratives Tell Us?” explores five grand narratives that seek to account for the degree to which immigrants are integrated in various societies. Research is based on the authors’ study examining the challenges faced by four European (Britain, France, Germany, The Netherlands) and two North American (U.S., Canada) countries’ approach to the challenges of integrating immigrants and their second-generation children into society across a variety of domains. Read the full article here.