|Undergraduate Institutions||University of Wisconsin-Madison
1968 - 1972 Majoring in political science
Universities of Michigan-Wisconsin
|Graduate Institutions||University of Wisconsin-Madison 1972 - 1978
MA in political science - 1973
PhD in political science - 1978
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 1975 - 1976
PRELIMINARY FIELDS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Comparative Politics - Western Europe
Public Administration and Policy Analysis
ACADEMIC DISTINCTIONS AND HONORS
Graduate - Vilas Fellowship, Ford Fellowship, French Government Scholarship, University of Wisconsin-Madison Travel Award, DAAD German language training scholarship
University of Delaware - Award for research, Arts and Sciences, 2006, Francis X. Alison award, 2007
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Delaware, 1978-1981; Associate Professor, 1982-1993; Professor, 1993-2003, appointed to Emma Smith Morris Chair, 2004.
Member, Immigration Council, World Economic Forum, 2008-
Co-director, Study of the United States Institute on National Security Policymaking: National Security in the post 9/11 world, 2009
Consultant, United Nations, 2006.
Co-director, Teaching U.S. immigration history, summer 2006, University of Delaware workshop for high school teachers.
Visiting Professor, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Lyon, 2005.
Co-director, Fulbright Institute on U.S. national security and foreign policy, January, 2003, 2004, 2005.
President, International Scientific Council of the Scalabrini Foundation, 2001-present.
U.S. Department of State sponsored lecture series, Mexico, February 4-9, 2001.
Participant, Germany Today, June 17-29, 2001.
Judge, Social Science Research Council, International Migration Program Dissertation Grant Competition, 2000.
Consultant, National Geographic, 1998-99.
Fellow, Center for Advanced Study, University of Delaware, 1997-1998.
Lecture series, The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan, March 20-21, 1995.
Speaker, Delaware Humanities Forum, 1994-2002.
Participant, "World migration and U.S. policy," The American Assembly, November 10-13, 1994.
Editor, "Strategies for Immigration Control", The Annals, July, 1994.
Consultant, Commission on Immigration Reform, 1994.
Member, Center for Strategic and International Studies Steering Group on population and U.S. foreign policy, 1993.
Occasional lecturer, Foreign Service Institute (now National Foreign Affairs Training Center), U.S. Department of State, 1991-present.
Consultant, French American Foundation, 1990/91.
Consultant, Urban Institute/Rand Corporation Program for Research on Immigration Policy, 1990/91.
Director, University of Delaware Program in Vienna, 1987.
Occasional book and article manuscript referee for Millennium, American Journal of Sociology, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Journal of Politics, Comparative Politics, Political Science Quarterly, International Migration Review, University of Delaware Press, ISHI Press, McGraw-Hill, Centre Nationale de Recherches Scientifiques, Twentieth Century Foundation, Heath/Lexington, Westview Press, Cambridge University Press, West Publishers, Temple University Press, Wadsworth, Houghton-Mifflin, Cornell University Press, The Pennsylvania State University Press, Routledge, Palgrave, Oxford University Press, Sage Publications.
Member, U.S. delegation to the OECD's Conference on the Future of Migration, 1986.
German Marshall Fund of the U.S., grant competition referee, 1984.
U.S. correspondent to the OECD's Continuous Reporting System on Migrations (SOPEMI), 1983-1989.
Member of U.S. delegation to meeting of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Manpower and Social Affairs Committee, 1983.
Board of Editors, International Migration Review, 1982-2005, Assistant editor, 1983-1997, Managing editor, 1998-2003, Editor, 2004-2005, Senior Consulting Editor, 2006-present.
Participant in Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy consultations on guestworkers, 1980-1981.
Consultant, U.S. Department of Labor, 1980-1981.
Consultant, Interagency Task Force on Immigration and Refugee Policy and Law, 1978-1979.
Dissertation research in France, Switzerland and the Federal Republic of Germany 1975-1976.
The Age of Migration, (co-authored with Stephen Castles) (Macmillan, London, 1993 and Guilford Publishers, New York, 1993). Translated into Japanese and published with a new forward in 1996. Revised and expanded second edition published by Palgrave and Guilford in 1998. Revised and expanded third edition published by Palgrave and Guilford in 2003. Third edition translated into Spanish in 2004 La Era de la migracioñ Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Secretarié de Gobernacioñ, Findacioñ Colosio, Miguel Angel Porrua and Lah Camara di Dipatados, 2004. Third edition also translated into Turkish by Istanbul Bilgi University and into Chinese by Wu-Nan Book Inc. in 2008. Revised fourth edition published by Palgrave Macmillan and Guilford Publications in 2009.
Administering Foreign Worker Programs: lessons from Europe, (Lexington Books, Lexington, MA, 1982), (co-authored with P. Martin), 199 pp. Excerpts published in Transatlantic Perspectives No. 10, December 1983.
The Unavoidable Issue: United States Immigration Policy in the 1980s, (Institute for the Study of Human Issues Publications, Philadelphia, 1983), (co-edited with D. Papademetriou), 299 pp.
Foreign Workers in Western Europe: an emerging political force, (Praeger, New York, 1981), 229 pp.
Employer Sanctions in France: From the Campaign Against Illegal Alien Employment to the Campaign Against Illegal Work, Washington, DC: Commission on Immigration Reform, 1995. [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/uscir/respapers/esf-95.pdf]
Western European Strategies to Deter Unwanted Migration: Neither New Barbarian Invasions nor Fortress Europe, U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, Washington, DC, 1995. [http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/uscir/respapers/wes-jun94.pdf]
International Migration and World Politics: A critical case for theory and Policy, Center for Migration Studies Occasional paper, New York, 1993, with Robert Denemark.
Continuous Reporting System on Migration SOPEMI 1987, (OECD, Paris, 1988), drafted analytical report pp. 1-47.
Continuous Reporting System on Migration SOPEMI 1986, (OECD, Paris, 1987), drafted analytical report pp. 1-46.
Continuous Reporting System on Migration SOPEMI 1985, (OECD, Paris, 1986), drafted analytical report pp. 1-36.
Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, (Center for Migration Studies Occasional Paper, New York, 1986), 67 pp.
A Massive Temporary Worker Program in the U.S.: solution or mirage?, (International Labor Organization, Geneva, 1979, Migration for Employment Working Paper #44).
"A proposito da integracion de la UE: mais alo do presento e do futuro" Tempo Exterior, number 14, January-June, 2007, 53-63.
"Muslim Immigration to Europe, Muslim Public Affairs Journal, 1:1, January, 2006, 59-68.
Postwar and Post-Cold War Generation of Temporary Foreign Workers Policies: Implications from Spain," Migraciones Internacionales, 3:2, December, 2005, 58-83 (with Piotr Plewa).
"Comparison of the postwar and post-Cold War generations of foreign worker admissions," Siirtolaisus Migration, 2/2005, 25-32 (with Piotr Plewa).
Architect or home builder? President George W. Bush, Mexico and the Misunderstood European referent, White House Studies, 4.1, 2004, 71-83. Reprinted in Anthony J. Eksterowicz and Glenn P. Hastedt, eds., The President and Foreign Policy, Falls Church, VA: Nova Science Publishers, 2005, 69-80.
"Tendenze di rilievo e tematiche di dibattito sulla immigrazione nell'America del Nord," La Critica Sociologica, Number 143-144, Winter 2003, 34-49.
The World on the Move: Current Trends in International Migration, Global Dialogue, Autumn, 2002, 1-11.
"Les tendances des migrations internationals vers et en Amérique du Nord á la suite du 11 septembre," Migrations Société, 14:79, 2002, 29-43.
"Participation politique et representation des travailleurs étrangers," Migrations Société, 14:79, 2002, 241-248.
New Citizenship - Refugees and the Undocumented in the European Space and New Citizenships and Territory: Towards Recomposing the Local and the National, Conference Report in International Migration Review, 35:3, fall, 2001, 910-926.
Understanding the new day of infamy, Migration World, 29:5, 2001, 17-18.
Smuggling and Trafficking: A Conference Report, International Migration Review, 34:3, fall 2000, 969-975, (with Philip L. Martin)
French Insecurity and Immigrants, Migration News, electronic, April, 1999, http://migration.ucdavis.edu. Shorter version in print Migration News, 6:4, 10.
Conference on Demography and Security, International Migration Review, 32:4, winter, 1998, 194-99.
Immigration to Delaware, Migration World, 26:5, 1998, 15-19 (with R. Horowitz).
An Educational Tour de Force at Tufts, International Migration Review, 32:4, winter, 1998, 1066-1068.
Europe: The New Melting Pot? International Migration Review, 32:3, Fall, 1998. 778-785 (with B. Schmitter Heisler).
Migration and security are interrelated, USA Today Magazine, May 1997, 37.
Die Formung der modernen Welt durch globale Migration, Socialwelt, Sonderband 12, 1997, 47-62 (with Stephen Castles).
Korea in the Age of Migration, Korean Review of Public Administration, 2:2, 1997, 69-92 (with Chang-Soo Choe).
The Political disenfranchisement of International Migrants: The Challenge to Municipal Government, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Immigration and World Cities. New York: American Planning Association, 1996.
International Migration and Local Government: A democratic dilemma, International Cooperation of Municipal Governments (Korean language), 13:11-12, 1996.
Comments on "Toward NAFTA: A North African Free Trade Agreement", Employment, Economic Development and Migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb, J. Van Oudenaren ed., Rand, 1996.
Prospects for cooperative Management of International Migration in the 21st Century, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 5:2-3, 1996, 175-189 (with Philip L. Martin).
European-American Immigration Convergence, International Migration Review, September 1994, pp. 591-94. (with P. Martin).
Preface, The Annals, July 1994, pp.8-16.
The Age of Migration, The Urban Age, spring, 1994 pp1, 4. (with S. Castles).
Towards understanding state capacity to prevent unwanted migration: Employer sanctions enforcement in France, 1975-1990, West European Politics, 17:2, April, 1994, 140-167. Also published in book, M. Baldwin-Edwards and M. Schain, eds., The Politics of Immigration in Western Europe, Frank Cass and Co.: Essex, Portland, 1994, 140-167.
Chronique de la politique d'immigration americaine: De l'Acte de 1990 a l'affaire Zoe Baird, Hommes et Migrations, 1993.
Migration as a factor of security and cooperation in the European region: There are no quick-fixes or magic silver bullets, Studi Emigrazione, XXIX, n.107, 1992, pp. 438-446 (with Lydio Tomasi).
The future of international migration to Western Europe, in Eastern European Migration Florence: European University Institute, EUI Working Paper ECS No 92\7, June 1992, pp. 47-62.
Introduction to special issue on international migration and the new Europe, International Migration Review, summer 1992, (unsigned editors' introduction).
La nouvelle loi americaine sur l'immigration: vers un modele d'apres-guerre froide?, Revue europeenne des migrations internationales, 7:3, 1991, 31-37.
USA: Bilan d'une reforme de l'immigration, Migrations Societe 2:11, 1990, pp. 37-47.
Guests or immigrants?, Migration World, 1990, 18:1, pp. 8-13. (with P. Martin)
La politique de regularisation americaine (1986-1989): resultats et limites, Revue Europeenne des Migrations Internationales, 6:1, 1990, pp. 141-158.
Dual citizenship: A European Norm?, International Migration Review, 23:4, winter 1989, pp. 945-950.
Preliminary Results of the IRCA Legalization Programs at the End of Phase I, International Migration, 1989, 27:109-111.
IMR at 25: Reflections on a quarter century of international migration and orientations for the future, International Migration Review, 1989, 393-402, (unsigned editors' introduction).
Implementation of the Immigration Reform and Control Act: an Interim Report, International Migration, VXVI:1, March 1988, pp. 109-115.
Regularisations de la population clandestine en democraties industrielles: un bilan comparatif, Revue Francaise de l'Administration Publique, 47, July-September 1988, pp. 61-70.
Eloge et critique de la nouvelle legislation américaine sur l'immigration. Actes, 61, 1987, pp. 19-23.
Reflections on Simpson-Mazzoli in Conference: Panettacitis, Migration Today, 3, 1984, p. 33.
Introduction (to special issue on immigrant political rights), International Migration Review, 20:4, 1986, pp. 740-57.
Policy Ad hocracy: The Paucity of Coordinated Perspectives and Policies, Annals, 485; May 1986, pp. 64-75.
Industrial Policy and the Rights of Labor: the Case of Foreign Workers in the French Auto Assembly Industry, Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies, Vol. VI, 1984, pp. 361-382.
U.S. immigration policy: the guestworker option revisited, International Migration, XXI:1, 1983, pp. 48-51 (co-authored with P. Martin and D. Papademetriou).
The Political Impact of Foreign Labor: a re-evaluation of the Western European Experience, International Migration Review, 16:1, 1982, pp. 27-60. Reprinted in International Library of Studies of Migration series, Colin Holmes, ed., Migration in European History, volume two, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1996, 148-181.
Foreign Worker Politics in France: the Case of the SONACOTRA Strike, Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting Western French Historical Society, (ABC Clio, 1981), pp. 117-126.
Foreign Workers in the U.S. Virgin Islands: History of a Dilemma, Caribbean Review, XI:l, 1982, pp. 48-51, (co-authored with W. Boyer). Original manuscript published in Appendix F - Papers on Temporary Workers - in Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy, U.S. Immigration Policy and the National Interest, (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981), pp. 250-279.
Regulating Alien Labor in Industrial Societies, Proceedings of the Industrial Relations Research Association, 1980, pp. 342-52 (co-authored with P. Martin).
A Massive Temporary Foreign Worker Program in the U.S.: solution or mirage?, Migration News, 1980, (co-authored with D. Yeres).
Guestworkers - Lessons from Europe, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 33:3, 1980, pp. 315-330 (with P. Martin). Excerpts reprinted in T. Aleinikoff and D. Martin, eds., The Immigration Process: Cases and Materials, (West American Casebook Series, 1985). Reprinted in Selected Readings on U.S. Immigration and Law, U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary print, 1980.
Reluctant Partnership: Foreign Workers in Franco-Algerian Relations, 1962-1979, Journal of International Affairs, 33:2, 1979, pp. 219-237. Reprinted in Robert O. Matthews, A. Rubinoff and J. Stein, eds., International Conflict and Conflict Management, Second ed., (Scarborough, Ontario, Prentice-Hall Canada, 1989), pp. 328-341.
A Research Note on the Study of Foreign Workers in France, Switzerland and the Federal Republic of Germany, European Studies Newsletter, VII: 5, 1978, pp. 21-23.
Book and U.S. Government Report Chapters
Migration and development: Past, present and future in J. Chamie and L. Dall’Oglio eds. International Migration and Development, Geneva: International Organization for Migration, 2008, 71-78.
The US-Mexico Honeymoon of 2001: A Retrospective, in H. Pellerin and C. Gabriel, eds., Governing International Labour Migration: Current issues, challenges and dilemma (with C. Gabriel) Routledge, 2008
"Introduction" in Mark J. Miller and Boyka Stefanova, The War on Terror in Comparative Perspective, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, pp. 1-16. (with B. Stefanova)
"Disquiet on the Western Front: Sleeper Cells, Transatlantic Rift and the War in Iraq", in Mark J. Miller and Boyka Stefanova, The War on Terror in Comparative Perspective, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, pp. 111-120.
"Competing for global talent in the Age of Turbulence," in Christiane Kuptsch and Pang Eng Fong, eds., Competing for Global Talent, Geneva: International Labor Organization, 2006, 259-275. (Also Published electronically at http://www.i/o.org/public/english/bureau/inst/publ/books.htm (with Christopher Counihan).
"NAFTA and the European Referent: Labor Mobility in European and North American Regional Integration" in Anthony M. Messina and Galya Lahav, eds., The Migration Reader: Exploring Politics and Policies, Boulder: Lynne Riener, 2005, 558-568. Reprinted in the second edition, 2006.
"Postwar and post-Cold War generations of European temporary foreign worker policies: Continuities and discontinuities,: Conferences and Seminars, Volume 16, Warsaw: PWSBIA, 2005, 279-307 (with Piotr Plewa).
"Architect or Home Builder? President George W. Bush, Mexico and the Misunderstood European Referent" in G. Hastedt and A. Eksterowicz, eds., The President and Foreign Policy, Falls Church, VA: Nova Science Publishers, 2005, 69-80.
U.S. Policy on Terrorism Before and After September 11 in William H. Meyer, Security, Economics and Morality in American Foreign Policy. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2003, 151-163.
EI TLCAN y el referente europeo: La movilidad laboral en la integracion regonal en Europa y en America del Norte in Joaquin Roy, Alejandro Chanona, Roberta Dominguez, Union Europea y el TLCAN, Mexico: UNAM-Centro de la Union Europea de Miami, 2004, 17-26 (with Boyka Stefanova). Also published in English NAFTA and the European Referent: Labor Mobility in European and North American Regional Integration, Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series, 3:1, June, 2003. http://www.miami.edu/eucenter/millerfinal.dpf
Continuity and Change in Postwar French Legalization Policy in Anthony Messina, ed., West European Immigration and Immigrant Policy in the New Century, Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002, 13-32.
The Sanctioning of Unauthorized Migration and Alien Employment in Rey Koslowski and David Kyle, eds., Global Human Smuggling in Comparative Perspective, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001, 318-336.
A durable migration and security nexus: the problem of the Islamic periphery in transatlantic ties in David T. Graham and Nana Poku, ed., Migration, Globalization and Human Security, London: Routledge, 2001.
International Migration in Post-Cold War International Relations in Bimal Ghosh, ed., Managing Migration: Time for a new International Regime? London: Oxford University Press, 2000, 27-47.
Legalization and the Capacity of Democratic States to Prevent Illegal Alien Residency and Employment: French and American Experiences, in Lydio F. Tomasi, ed., In Defense of the Alien, New York: Center for Migration Studies, 2000, 259-269.
L'area Americana: Considerazioni sulla politica migratoria statunitese, in Fondazione Cariblo per le Iniziative e lo Studio sulla Multietnicita, Quinto Rapporta sulle Migrazioni 1999, Milan: Franco Angeli, 2000, 241-251.
Immigrants in the Delmarva poultry processing industry: The Changing Face of Georgetown, DE and environs, Pennsylvania State University Press, forthcoming. Also published as Julian Samora Occasional paper, Number 39, 1999.
Immigrant Integration in the United States: Still a Model for Emulation? in Metropolis International Workshop Proceedings, Lisbon: Luso-American Development Foundation, 1999, 39-54.
International Migration in Post-Cold War International Relations in Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People, Migration at the Threshold of the Third Millennium, Vatican, 1998, 167-179.
The prevention of unauthorized migration in Ann Bernstein and Myron Weiner, eds.,Migration and Refugee Policies: An Overview, London: Pinter, 1998, 20-44.
International Migration and Global Security in David T. Graham and Nana Poku, eds., Redefining Security: Population Movements and National Security, Westport: Praeger, 1998, 15-27.
Migration to Southern Europe: the need for an alternative to containment, in Maria Baganha, ed., Immigration in Southern Europe, Oreiras: Celta, 1997, 133-42. (with L. Tomasi)
Illegal Migration in Robin Cohen, ed., The Cambridge Survey of World Migration, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995, 537-40.
International Migration and Security: Towards Transatlantic Convergence?, in Lydio F. Tomasi, ed., In Defense of the Alien, New York: Center for Migration Studies, 1995, pp. 199-210. Revised version in Emek Uncarer and Donald Puchala, eds., Immigration into Western Societies. London: Pinter, 1997, 255-65.
Introducing the Critical Transparency School of Immigration Analysis in Wayne Cornelius et.al., eds., Controlling Immigration: A Global Perspective, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994, pp. 107-112.
"Post-Cold War International Migration to Western Europe: Neither Fortress nor Invasion," in Maria Beatriz Rocha-Trindade, ed., Recent Migration Trends in Europe pp. 15-31 (Lisbon: Universidade Aberta, Instituto de Estudos Para O Desenvolvimento, 1993), co-authored with Lydio F. Tomasi.
La politique Américaine: La fin d'une epoque, in Jacqueline Costa-Lascoux and Patrick Weil, eds., Loqiques d'Etats et Immigrations. Paris: Editions Kimé: 1992, 251-57.
"The future of international migration to Europe," Working Papers on East/West Migration, European Cultural Center, European University, (Florence, summer 1992).
Never ending story: The U.S. debate over illegal migration, in Gary P. Freeman and James Jupp, eds., Nations of immigrants: Australia, the United States and international migration (Sydney: Oxford University Press, 1992).
Einbuergerungspraxis in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika, in Senatsverwaltung fuer Gesundheit and Soziales, Doppelte Staats buergerschaft ein europaeischer Normalfall? (Berlin: Senatsverwaltung fuer Gesundheit and Soziales, 1990), pp. 103-111, English language text entitled Naturalization in the United States: Process, Trends and Problems, pp. 207-218.
Evolution of policy modes for regulating international labour migration, in M. Kritz et al. ed., International migration systems: A Global Approach:, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992), pp. 300-314.
International migration to Western Europe: The emergence of a multidisciplinary field, research trends and scholarly resources, Eva Sartori et al, eds.,Western European Studies: Current Research Trends and Library Resources, American Library Association, Western Europe Specialists Section Occasional Publication No. 3, pp. 39-51.
Continuities and discontinuities in immigration reform in industrial democracies: the use of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, International Review of Comparative Public Policy, Vol. 1 (Westport, CT., Greenwood Press) pp. 131-151.
Political Participation and representation of noncitizens in W. Rogers Brubaker, ed., Immigration and the politics of citizenship in Europe and North America, Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1989, 129-143. Excerpted as Noncitizens as political actors, in Transatlantic Perspectives, 20, (1989) 8-9. Reprinted in International Library of Studies of Migration series, Steven Vertovec, ed., Migration and Social Cohesion, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, forthcoming.
Employer Sanctions in Europe: Deterrence Without Discrimination in D. Simcox, ed.,U.S. Immigration in the 1980s, (Westview Press, 1988, Boulder, CO), pp. 217-228. Also appears in Center for Immigration Studies monograph, Employer Sanctions in Europe (Washington, D.C., 1987).
L'immigration aux Etats-Unis en 1985-86: Une loi qui fera date, in Lutte Contre Les Trafics de Main d'oeuvre, (Documentation francaise, 1987, Paris), pp. 257-70.
U.S. Immigration Policy: International Context Theoretical Parameters and Research Priorities, Immigration and U.S. Foreign Policy, The United States and Western Europe Compared, in The Unavoidable Issue..., D. Papademetriou and M. Miller, eds., (ISHI Press, 1983, Philadelphia), pp. 1-40, 155-184 and 271-298, (co-authored with D. Papademetriou).
Guestworkers: the lessons of Western Europe's foreign labor experience, in Interagency Taskforce on Immigration Policy and Law, Staff Report, (Departments of Justice, State and Labor, 1979, Washington, D.C.), pp. 480-527.
United States Government Testimony
Implications of more credible enforcement of immigration laws for Western Europe and U.S. labor-intensive agriculture, Agricultural Guest Worker Programs, Joint Hearing of December 14, 1995, Serial No. 104-24, Committee on Agriculture, Serial No. 27, Committee of the Judiciary, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1996.
Deterring illegal migration in Europe and the United States and update on enforcement of employer sanctions in France, U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Immigration hearing on Senate 269, March 14, 1995.
Employer Sanctions in Industrial Democracies: Reflections on IRCA, Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Subcommittee on International Law, Immigration and Refugees, Employer Sanctions, Hearing, June 16, 1993, (Serial Number 12), Washington, Government Printing Office, 1994, pp. 128-213, 402.
An assessment of enforcement of employer sanctions in Western Europe, testimony presented to the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and Refugee Policy, April 10, 1992.
Seasonal Foreign Worker Policies in France and Switzerland, Commission on Agricultural Workers, Report of the Commission on Agricultural Workers, Appendix II, hearings and workshops before the Commission on Agricultural Workers, 1989-1993, 852-869, testimony, 836-853.
Testimony summaries also published in Summary of Hearings Held By The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Refugee Policy, (Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1983), pp. 60-61 and 96-97.
The Immigration Emergency Act in Comparative Perspective, U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Immigration Emergency Powers, Hearings, 30 Sept. 1982 (Serial No. J-97-147) Washington, Government Printing Office, 1983 (Y4.J89/2:J97-147) pp. 50-59.
Temporary Foreign Worker Policy and Seasonal Workers in France and Switzerland: Western Europe's Braceros, U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Temporary Workers, Hearings, 22 Oct., 1981 (Serial No. J-97-75) Washington, Government Printing Office, 1982 (Y4.J89/2:J-97-75) pp. 225-261.
Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Knowing Employment of Illegal Immigrants, Hearings, 30 Sept., 1981 (Serial No. J-97-61), Washington, Government Printing Office 1982 (Y4.J89/2:J-97-61), pp. 199-217.
Hiroshi Motomura, Americans in Waiting: The Lost Story of Immigration and Citizenship in the United States, the International History Review, 29:3, 2007, 630-32.
Thomas P. Barnett, Pentagon's New Map: War and Peace in the Twenty-First Century, International Migration Review, 40:1, 2006, 251-253.
Bill Ong Hing, Defining America Through Immigration Policy in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 28:3, 2005, 585-586.
Miriam Feldblum, Reconstructing Citizenship: The Politics of Nationality Reform and Immigration in Contemporary France, in American Political Science Review, 95:1, March, 2001, 234-235.
Philippe Dewitte, ed., Immigration et integration: l’etat des savoirs, in International Migration Review, 35:1, winter, 2001, 321-323.
Peter Stalker, International Migration and Globalization, in International Migration Review, 35:4, Winter, 2001, 1260-61.
Ko-Lin Chin, Smuggled Chinese: Clandestine Immigration to the United States, in American Journal of Sociology, 106:3, November, 2000, 852-854.
Wang Gungwu, ed.,Global History and Migration, in Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 8:4, 1999, 541-544.
Lex Takkenberg, The Status of Palestinian Refugees in International Journal of Refugee Law, 11:2, 1999, 417-421.
Robin Cohen, Global Diasporas: An Introduction and Robin Cohen and Zig Layton-Henry, eds., The Politics of Migration in Journal of World History, 10:2, fall, 1999, 441-447.
Christian Joppke, ed., Challenge to the Nation-State and Michael S. Teitelbaum and Jay Winter, A Question of Numbers in Political Science Quarterly, 114:3, fall 1999, 539-540.
Nicholas Capaldi, ed., Immigration: Debating the Issues in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 22:4, July, 1999, 759-60.
Klaus J. Bade and Myron Weiner, eds.,Migration past, migration future: Germany and the United States and Rainer Muenz and Myron Weiner, eds., Migrants, Refugees and Foreign Policy in Asian and Pacific Migration Review, 398-403, 1999.
James F. Hollifield, L'immigration et l'état-nation: A la recherche d'un modele national, in French Politics and Society, 17:1, 1999, 71-73.
Peter O'Brien, Beyond the Swastika in German Politics and Society, 17:2, summer, 1999, 137-141.
Alan S. Milward, et.al. ed., The Frontiers of National Sovereignty in International Migration Review, 32:3, 1998, 790-91.
Verne Newton, ed., FDR and the Holocaust, in International Migration Review, Winter, 1997, 193-95.
Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Hitler's Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust, in International Migration Review, fall, 1997, 752-754.
Thomas Sowell, Migrations and Cultures: A World View, Alejandro Portes and Ruben Rumbaut, Immigrant America: A Portrait, Second Edition, Jonathan Marcus, The National Front and French Politics in SAIS Review, 17.2, Summer-Fall, 1997, 187-195.
Aaron Segal, An Atlas of International Migration in Political Geography, 15:1, January, 1996, 122-124. (with R. Denemark)
Rosemary Sayigh, Too many enemies: The Palestinian experience in Lebanon in International Migration Reivew, fall, 1996, 827-828.
Jean-Marie Guehenno, The End of the Nation-State, in International Migration Review, Winter, 1996, 1097-1098.
Myron Weiner ed. International Migration and Security in International Migration Review, 28:2 fall, 1994, 595-97.
James F. Hollifield, Immigrants, Markets and States: The Political Economy of Postwar Europe in French Politics and Society, 11:2, Spring, 1993, pp. 95-102.
Patrick Weil, La France et ses etrangers in French Politics and Society, 10:1, 1992, pp. 102-107.
Francoise Gaspard, Une petite ville en France in French Politics and Society, 1991, pp. 95-98.
Zig Layton-Henry, ed., The Political Rights of Migrant Workers in Western Europe in International Migration Review, 25:3, 1991, pp. 627-629.
Yossi Shain, Frontier of Loyalty in International Migration Review, 24:4, 1990, pp. 834-835.
Yves Lequin, ed., La mosaïque France: Histoire des etrangers et de l'immigration en France in French Politics and Society, 8:2, Spring 1990, pp. 945-950.
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden, Les immigrés et la politique in International Migration Review, 23:740-741. 1989.
H.C. and J.M. Buechler, Migrants in Europe: the Role of Family, Labor and Politics in Industrial and Labor Relations Review, January 1989, 311-313.
G.S. Goodwin-Gill, The Refugee in International Law in International Migration, 26:2, 233-35. 1988.
T. Hammar, European Immigration Policy: A Comparative Study, in Population and Development Review 13:3, 552-54. 1987.
E. Hull, Without Justice for All: The Constitutional Rights of Aliens, in International Migration Review 20:2, 1986.
K. Calavita, U.S. Immigration Law and the Control of Labor 1820-1924 in International Migration (1986:553-554).
W. R. Boehning, Studies in International Labour Migration in Studies in Comparative International Development (Summer, 1985): 104-106.
J. S. Birks and C. A. Sinclair, International Migration and Development in the Arab Region, in International Migration Review, 16:4, 1982, pp. 686-89.
R. E. Krane, International Migration in Europe, in International Migration Review, 16:1, 1982.
Annual Reports on Immigration to the U.S.
(excerpted for annual reports of the Continuous Reporting System on Migration and other OECD documents).
"On Center Stage: U.S. Immigration Policy in 1984".
"Still Awaiting Godot: U.S. Immigration Policy in 1985".
"U.S. Immigration in 1985/86: Enactment of a Landmark Law".
"U.S. Immigration in 1987: Implementation of the Immigration Reform and Control Act".
"Immigration to the United States in 1987: Towards a New Immigration Debate".
U.S. Information Agency Background Papers
(commissioned papers circulated to brief the international press and scholars and policymakers abroad on developments in the U.S.)
Tradition, Commitment and Innovation: the U.S. Response to the Global Refugee Problem. Toward U.S. Immigration Reform-the Reagan Proposals.
U.S. Immigration Policy: Challenge and Prospects for the 1980s.
Quiet Humanitarianism: International Dimensions of U.S. Refugee Policy.
CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTATIONS
Unauthorized Mexico-US Migration and Policy Responses, Irregular Migration at Two Borders, Istanbul, November 28, 2008 (with P. L. Martin)
Trafficking and Slavery (T/S) Systems and the European Union: A First Cut, Conference on Criminal Trafficking and Slavery: The Dark Side of Globalization, University of Illinois, February 23-25, 2006.
Unemployment, Migration and Development: European Referents for North American Migration Dialogue. Linea Terrum, ElPaso/Ciudad Juarez, March 27-30, 2006.
"Communautes musalmanes d'Europe: Un enjeu strategique," Université de Bretagne-Sud, February 17, 2005.
Highly Skilled Migration: Forging a New Theoretical Perspective, ILO Conference on Highly Skilled Migration, January, 2005, Singapore (with Christopher Counihan) (presented by Philip L. Martin).
Postwar and Post-Cold War Generations of European Temporary Foreign Worker Policies: Continuities and Discontinuities, Immigration in a Cross-National Context: What are the implications for Europe? Conference, Luxembourg, June 19-23, 2004 (with Piotr Plewa, who presented the paper. Also given by Piotr Plewa at the Fourth International Immigration Conference, November 21-23, 2004, Warsaw.
Migration: Security for Whom? Migration and Theology: An International Conference, September 19-22, 2004 University of Notre Dame.
Stasis or integration? Changing Faces Conference, May 18-20, 2003, Asilomar, CA. http://migration.ucdavis.edu/cf/more.php?id=13_0_2_0.
NAFTA and the European Referent: Labor Mobility in European and North American Regional Integration, University of Miami, March 31-April 2, 2003. (Also presented at European Union Studies Association convention, Nashville, TN, March, 2003.) (with Boyka Stefanova).
Analysis of long-term trends in international migration to Europe and related policy: Keys to forecasting the European Union migration policy, EU Migration Trends and Prospects, US Department of State - National Intelligence Council, February 22, 2002, Washington, DC.
Trends in international migration to and within North America in the wake of September 11: A first cut and Political participation and representation of foreign workers: An essay in honor of Father Antonio Perotti, Migration and the Future conference, CIEMI, November 15-17, 2001, Paris.
Legalizations: When are they necessary, when do they work and how? Conference on Successful Models for Integration of Immigrants in the Labor Market, Vienna, May 28-29, 1999.
International migration in post-Cold War international relations, Fourth International Congress on Migration, The Vatican, October 5-9, 1998.
Immigration and Immigrants Policy: the need for two-way transatlantic learning, Metropolis International Workshop, Lisbon, September 28-29, 1998.
The case of traditional settlement countries: Australia, Canada and the United States, UN Technical Symposium on international migration and development, The Hague, June 29-July 3, 1998.
The sanctioning of unauthorized employment of aliens, Workshop on International Migration and Transnational Crime, Rutgers University, Newark, May 15, 1998.
Continuity and change in postwar French legalization policy, Conference on Europe: The New Melting Pot, University of Notre Dame, March 22-24, 1998.
Reflections on the future of immigrant integration in the United States, Conference on the Half-Closed Door, Rome, December 4-6, 1997.
Korea in the Age of Migration, Seoul, The Korean Association for Public Administration, October 24, 1997.
Immigrants in the Delmarva poultry processing industry: The Changing Face of Georgetown, DE and environs and a note on migrants in Delmarva agriculture: the case of Delaware, The Changing Face of Delmarva Conference, University of Delaware, September 11-13, 1997. (with respectively, Roger Horowitz and Philip L. Martin and Ed Kee)
Prospects for cooperative Management of International Migration in the 21st Century, Nihon University, March, 1996.
The political disenfranchisement of International Migrants: The challenge to municipal governments, January, 1996, Columbia University.
Immigrant Integration in the United States, UNESCO Conference on Migrants in the European Union: Between Integration and Xenophobia, Bonn, November 14-15, 1995.
On governmental capacity to regulate international migration: Reflections on theory, evidence and public policy implications, Workshop on International Migration, Processes and Interventions, University of Amsterdam, September, 1995.
Towards understanding the U.S. model of immigrant incorporation, seminar on Migrations and Multiculturalism: Africa, Europe and the Americas, Columbia University, April 20-22, 1995.
Prevention of Unauthorized Migration in a Post-Apartheid, Democratizing World, Seminar on Migration and Migration Policies: The International Experience, MIT, February 23-24, 1994.
International Migration and Security: Towards transatlantic convergence?, European Community Studies Association workshop, Charleston, 1994.
Immigration and foreign policy: European and US patterns, workshop, New York University, 1993 (with C. Mitchell).
Five reasons why Europe will not be overrun by unwanted international migrants, conference on East/West migration, European University of Florence, 1991.
European immigration in transition: From low to high politics, Social Science-History Association, 1991, New Orleans.
The Future of International Migration to Western Europe, American Political Science Association, 1991, Washington, D.C.
The implications of international migrations for Western European economy, society and politics: redefining high politics, conference on European Transitions, 1991, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Towards Understanding State Capacity to Regulate International Migration: Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, Southern Political Science Association, 1990, Atlanta, GA.
Naturalization in the U.S.: Process and Problems, Conference on Doppelte Staatsbuergerschaft: Ein europaeischer Normalfall?, 1989, West Berlin.
Evolution of Policy Modes for Regulating Different Types of Population Movements Among Countries, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Seminar on International Migration: Systems, Processes and Policies, 1988, Genting Highlands, Malaysia.
Comments on International Migration, International Relations and Foreign Policy, Center for Migration Studies Conference on International Migration: An Assessment for the '90s, 1988, Bellagio, Italy.
International Migration to Western Europe: the Emergence of a Multidisciplinary Field, Research Trends and Scholarly Resources, American Library Association, 1988, New Orleans.
Continuities and Discontinuities in Immigration Reform in Industrial Democracies: the Case of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Centre d'Etudes des Relations Internationales, 1988, Paris.
The Skeleton and the Prince: Reflections on U.S. Immigration Reform and Guestworker Policy, LBJ School of Public Affairs Conference on Immigration Reform: Policies, Prospects and Issues, 1988, Austin, Texas.
Valeur et limites du concept de la convergence dans les études migratories, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1988, Paris.
Irregular-Status Migrant Workers and Immigration Reform: Reflections on the U.S. and Western European Left, Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1986, New York.
Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, German Marshall Fund of the U.S./Congressional Seminar, 1985, Washington, DC.
Statement on Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, United States Catholic Conference Consultation, 1985, Washington, DC.
Policy Adhocracy: The Absence of Coordinated Perspectives and Policies, International Studies Association, 1985, Washington, DC.
Benefits in Question: Foreign Labor in Postwar France's Automobile Construction and Building Industries, American Political Science Association, 1983, Chicago.
French and Swiss Seasonal Workers: Western Europe's Braceros, Council of European Studies, 1981, Washington, DC.
Creating a European Dilemma: the Postwar Evolution of French and German Foreign Worker Policies, American Political Science Association Study of Germany Workshop, 1980, Ogunquit, ME.
Foreign Workers in the U.S. Virgin Islands: Lessons for the United States, American Political Science Association, 1980, Washington, DC (with W. Boyer).
The Political Impacts of Foreign Labor: A Reevaluation of the European Experience, International Studies Association, 1980, Los Angeles.
The Political Rights of Foreign Workers in Western Europe, Capitol Area International Studies Association, 1980, Washington, DC.
Guestworkers: The Lessons of Western Europe's Foreign Labor Experience, Northeastern Political Science Association, 1979, Newark, NJ.
Foreign Worker Politics in France: The Case of the SONACOTRA Strike, Western Society for French History, 1979, Omaha, NE.
OTHER CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES
Speaker, Forum on Microbial Threats, National Academy of the Sciences, December, 2009.
Participant, Summit on the Global Agenda, World Economic Forum, Dubai, November 7-9, 2008
Participant, Trade, Development and Migration: Galicia, Friedrich Ebert Foundation/Migration Dialogue, Przemysl, Poland and Livov, Ukraine, September 19-23, 2007.
Speaker, Emigrazione e Immigrazione-Politiche e percorsi migratori, Loreto, Italy, October 1-2, 2007.
Speaker, Immigration control in a Land of Immigrants Symposium, Wake Forest University October 3-5, 2007.
Speaker, Labor mobility in a transatlantic perspective, German Marshall Fund of the US and the European Foundation, October 30-31, 2007, Dublin.
Panelist, Migration and Development: Mexico and Turkey, Mexico City, February 18-21, 2006.
Panelist, Imported Labor in Europe and Canada: A Symposium on Guestworker Programs and Foreign Contract Labor, Washington D.C., March 3, 2006.
Panelist, Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, April 20, 2006.
Participant, Immigration Reform: Implications for Farmers, Farm Workers and U.S. Agriculture, Washington D.C., June 14-15, 2006.
Speaker/participant, Bellagio Dialogue on Migration, Workshop on Migration, Labor and Trade: Economic Impacts for Receiving Countries, Bellagio, July 4-8, 2006.
Speaker, Workshop on Migration in US - Mexico relations, American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, August 30, 2006.
Rapporteur, Global Cities as Immigrant Gateways, George Washington University, January 11-13, 2006.
Speaker, Workshop on International Migration, Ottawa University, May 27-28, 2005.
Participant, Migrant Dialogue, Toronto, May 12-13, 2005.
Participant, CMS National Legal Conference, Fordham Law School, April 25-26, 2005.
Participant, Migration Dialogue, Vienna, April 29-May 1, 2004.
Speaker, Conference on Migration and Security, Rome, November 27, 2003.
Chair and discussant, "Current Issues in Migration and Immigration," Northeast International Studies Association. Philadelphia, November 7, 2003.
Participant, Workshop on Temporary Migration, International Labor Organization, Geneva, September 18-19, 2003.
Participant, Review of EPIIC, Tufts University, May 30, 2003.
Panelist and organizer, Conceptual and Methodological Developments in the Study of International Migration, Princeton University, May 23-24, 2003.
Speaker and panelist, Camden Conference, Camden, ME, February 7-9, 2003.
Panelist, Center for Immigration Studies, National Press Club, Washington, DC, May 22, 2002.
Panel organizer and speaker, Urban Institute, Washington, DC, April 11, 2002.
Panel chair, Center for Migration Studies National Legal Conference, Washington, DC, March 25, 2002.
Participant, Migration Dialogue, Santo Domingo, March 2002.
Speaker, roundtable on the impact of international terrorism on immigration policies and interethnic relations, Center for Migration Studies, Fall, 2001.
Panel Chair, National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy, Washington, DC, April 5, 2001.
Participant, Migration Dialogue, Istanbul, March 29-31, 2001.
Speaker, Immigration on Delmarva Colloquium, Salisbury State University, March, 2001.
Discussant, Exploring the nexus between security and migration, International Studies Association, Chicago, March, 2001.
Rapporteur, Conference on New European Identity and Citizenship, French Institute for International Relations, Paris, January 18-19, 2001.
Moderator, The Changing Face of Delmarva, Salisbury State University, June 5, 2000.
Participant, Human Smuggling: Forms, Scale and Responses, Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University, June 4, 2000.
Co-organizer, Commemorating UNHCR at 50: Past, Present and Future of Refugee Assistance, The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University, May 15-18, 2000.
Participant, Migration Dialogue, Guadalajara, Mexico, April 6-8, 2000.
Speaker, Conference on Security in the Western Mediterranean, U.S. Department of State/National Intelligence Council, June 25, 1999.
Participant, New International Regime for Orderly Movements of People seminar, International Organization for Migration, Arrabida, Portugal, June 1-2, 1999.
Participant, Migration Dialogue on Immigration and Integration, Lyon, May 6-8, 1999.
Participant, conference on demography and security, MIT, December 11-12, 1998.
Participant, Workshop on the State and Migration, The New School, November, 1998.
Discussant, Immigration Today: Pastoral and Research Challenges, Fordham Law School, May 8, 1998.
Discussant, Conference on States and Diasporas, Columbia University, May 8, 1998.
Speaker, International Symposium on Exodus and Exile, February 26-March 1, 1998, Tufts University.
Speaker, Immigration: How the new changes will affect Delmarva, Georgetown, DE, December 10, 1997.
Lecturer, 5 College Faculty Seminars on International Affairs, Amherst, MA, January 14-17, 1997.
Lecturer, Transatlantic young immigration scholars program, The New School, New York, July 25-26, 1996.
Participant, roundtable discussion of Paul Kennedy's Pivotal States and U.S. strategy, Council on Foreign Relations, June 19, 1996.
Lecturer, Summer Faculty Institute on World Security Affairs, 5 College Program in Peace and World Studies, Amherst, MA, June, 1996.
Lecturer, Comment interpreter la proposition 187?, University of Paris- Jussieu, November 17, 1995, Ligue des droits de l'homme, November 18, 1995.
Discussant, Midwest Political Science Association, April 8, 1995.
Participant, American Assembly, November, 1994.
Lecturer, Immigrant rights in Europe: The Forgotten Story, International Law Day, New York City, October 29, 1994.
Speaker, Adapting U.S. and French Immigration Policies to International Migratory Pressures, US-CREST seminar series, Washington, D.C., October 4, 1994.
Speaker, Can Europe cope? European security after Bosnia, Center for European Studies, NYU, June, 1994.
Speaker, Institute for European Studies workshop, Cornell University, May, 1994.
Participant, Migration and Immigration: Trends and Critical Policy Issues, The Brookings Institution, May 19-20, 1994.
Panel chair, International migration and security, Center for Migration Studies National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy Washington, D.C., March, 1994.
Discussant, Center for US-Mexico Studies conference on Immigration control in Western Democracies, UC-San Diego, March, 1993.
Lecture on immigrant participation in local government in Europe, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1992.
Lecture on the Crisis of international migration in Europe, Teaching seminar on immigration and ethnicity in contemporary Europe, New York Consortium for European Studies, 1992.
Discussant, Immigration and refugee policies: The Australian and Canadian experiences, 1992, York University.
Lecture on Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy, 1992, Washington, D.C.
Presentation to PEW Charitable Trusts seminar on international migration and national security, January, 1992.
Lecture on the Future of International Migration to Europe, U.S. Department of State conference on the future of Europe, 1992, Washington, D.C.
Lecture on international migration to Europe, immigration seminar, New York Consortium for European Studies, 1991.
Lectures on international migration to Europe, National Defense University, Washington, D.C., 1991-1993.
Series of lectures on international migration, Rome-University of Bari, 1991.
Discussant, Conference on international migration and the New Europe, 1991, Milan.
Discussant, meeting of the United Nations Economic Commission on Europe, 1991, Geneva, Switzerland.
Participant/lecturer, Conference on immigration to the U.S. and Australia, 1991, University of Texas-Austin.
Lecture on immigration to Belgium, briefing conference for Ambassador Gelb, U.S. Department of State, 1991.
Lecturer/participant, Conference on Aliyah and employment, 1991, Tel Aviv.
Participant, Salzburg Seminar on International Migration: A challenge for humanity, 1991, Salzburg, Austria.
Panel Co-chair, National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy, 1991, Washington, D.C.
Rapporteur, French-American conference on Changing National Identities and International Roles, 1991, Washington, D.C.
Lecture on Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, The Urban Institute, 1990, Washington, D.C.
Invited participant, Conference on Immigration Policy in the U.S. and Australia, Melbourne, 1990.
Speaker, Swedish Immigration Policy: Can the U.S. and Western Europe Learn from the Swedish Model?, Conference of Sweden and Finland, 1988, University of Delaware.
Rapporteur, Western Societies Program Conference on Minority Language Rights and Minority Education: European and North American Perspectives, 1988, Cornell University.
Discussant, Centre d'Etudes des Relations Internationales/U.C.-Berkeley Conference on Comparative Perspectives on Labor Migration: Muslims in France and Mexicans in the USA, 1986, Berkeley, CA.
Invited participant, Legalization Consultation: Other Countries Experiences, 1986, Carnegie Endowment.
Invited participant, Briefing for D. Waddington, Minister of State at the Home Office, 1985, German Marshall Fund of the U.S.
Invited participant, Conference on Alien Workers in Agriculture, 1985, University of California-Davis.
Discussant, Colloquium on Politique de l'immigration et communauté nationale, 1984, Paris.
Panel Co-chair, American Political Science Association, 1983, Chicago.
Guestworker Panel Rapporteur, Center for Immigration and Refugee Assistance Forum, Georgetown University, 1982.
Panel Co-chair, Council for European Studies, 1981.
GRANTS, CONTRACTS, COMMISSIONED PAPERS AND TRAVEL AWARDS (1978 - present)
Study of the United States Institute on US National Security Policymaking: National Security in the post 9/11 world (with Lesa Griffiths) US Department of State, 2009, $349,837
Travel award, Summit on the Global Agenda, World Economic Forum, Dubai, November, 2008
Travel award Irregular Migration and Two Borders, Istanbul, November, 2008
Contemporary Politics of the Middle East, September 8-10, 2008 US Department of Defense, $4,000
Post-1918 conflicts in the Middle East, June 2-4, 2008 US Department of Defense, $4,000
Commissioned paper/Speaker, Immigration control in a land of immigration symposium, Wake Forest University, October 8-10, $2,000.
Travel expenses, Labour Mobility in a transatlantic perspective, Dublin, October 2007.
Travel award, Trade, Development and Migration: Galicia, Migration Dialogue, September 2007, $2,000.
Travel expenses, Emigrazione e Immigrazione Conference, Center for Migration Studies, July 2007.
Opportunities and Challenges for Migrant and Migrant-Background Youth in Developed Countries, United Nations, July 2006, $3,000.
Travel award, German Marshall Fund of the United States, Bellagio Dialogue on Migration, July 2006, $1,000.
Modern Conflicts in the Middle East, June 2006, $3,000.
Modern conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa, June, 2007, $3,000.
Travel award, Conference on Migration and Development: Mexico and Turkey, February 2006.
Travel award, University of Illinois, February, 2006.
Travel and honorarium, Migration to Europe: Past, Present and Future, University of Wisconsin, June, 2006.
Travel, George Washington University, 2006.
Travel, University of Southern Brittany, 2005.
Travel, Migration Dialogue, Toronto, 2005.
Travel, University of Warwick, 2005.
Post-1918 Conflicts in the MENA, U.S. Department of Defense, 2005, $3,000.
Speaker, Symposium on the foreign policy of George W. Bush, James Madison University, 2005, $1,000.
U.S. Department of State grants to convene Fulbright Institute on U.S. foreign and national security policy in an era of globalization, January, 2003, $154,000 (with B. Rajaee), January, 2004, $195,942, January-February, 2005, $220,000.
Travel and $500 stipend, University of Notre Dame, 2004.
Travel, Migration Dialogue, Vienna, 2004.
Travel and stipend, International Labor Organization, 2003.
Jean Monnet professorship grant, European Union, January, 2003, $9,000.
Travel, Migration Dialogue, Santo Domingo, 2002.
Travel award, Centre d’information et d’etudes sur les migrations internationals, Paris, November 15-18, 2001.
Travel award, Germany Today, German Academic Exchange Service, June 17-29, 2001.
Travel award, Migration Dialogue, Istanbul, March 28-April 13, 2001.
U.S. Department of State, U.S. speaker and specialist grant, Mexico, February 4-9, 2001, $2,206 plus travel.
Conference rapporteur, French Institute for International Relations, January 2001, 15,000 FF plus expenses.
Travel award, Migration Dialogue, Guadalajara, April 6-8, 2000.
Travel awards, IOM seminar, Arrabid, Portugal and conference on Successful Models for Integration Immigrants in the Labor Market, Vienna, June, 1999.
Travel award to the University of Southern Brittany, 1999.
Commissioned paper and travel, Rutgers-Newark, 1998.
Commissioned paper and travel, New School, 1998.
Commissioned paper and travel expenses, University of Notre Dame, 1998.
United Nations, $2,000 and travel to The Hague, 1998.
Travel expenses to Lisbon, Luso-American Foundation for Development, 1998.
Kellogg Foundation, $1,000 plus expenses for three-day conference on the Changing Face of Rural America, 1998.
European Commission, travel award to participate in Workshop on International Migration, Processes and Interventions, Amsterdam, 1995.
The Urban Foundation, $5,000, 1995.
Travel award, UNESCO - Center for Turkish Studies to attend conference in Bonn, November, 1994.
Commission on Immigration Reform, papers on immigration to Europe, $8,500, 1994.
Travel awards, NYU, 1993, 1994.
Travel award, European Community Studies Association, 1994.
Travel award, Cornell University, 1994.
Travel award, University of CA-San Diego, 1993.
Travel award, Center for Refugee Studies, York University, 1992, housing and maintenance to attend conference.
Travel grant to attend conference on the New Europe and international migration, Agnelli Foundation/Center for Migration Studies, Milan, 1991, subsequent assistance to lecture in Florence, Rome and Bari, European University and CERFE, Rome, 1991.
Travel grant to attend Salzburg Seminar, University of Delaware, 1991, travel and living expenses.
Travel grant to attend conference on immigration to the U.S. and Australia, University of Texas, 1991, travel and living expenses.
Travel grant to attend conference on European Transitions, University of Wisconsin, 1991, $1,300.
Travel grant to attend meeting of the European Economic Commission in Geneva, Switzerland, United Nations, 1991, travel and living expenses.
Travel grant to attend conference on Aliyah and Employment in Tel Aviv, International Labor Organization, 1991, $2,000.
Travel award to attend conference on Immigration Policy in Australia and the United States, Melbourne, Bureau of Immigration Research/Clark Center for Australian Studies, travel and living expenses.
Research of Western European migration, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1989-1990, $47,500 (P. Martin co-investigator).
Travel award to attend conference on Doppelte Staatsbuergerschaft: Ein europaeischer Normal fall?, West Berlin, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1989, $1,000.
Travel award to attend Seminar on International Migration: Systems, Processes and Policies, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, 1988, travel and living expenses.
Travel award to attend conference in Bellagio, Italy on International Migration: An Assessment for the 1990s, Rockefeller Foundation, 1988, travel and living expenses.
Travel award to attend conference in Paris on étude comparée de l'immigration mexicaine aux états - Unis et maghrebine en France. Centre d'Etudes des Relations Internationales, 1988, travel and living expenses.
Travel award to attend conference on Minority Language Rights and Minority Education..., Cornell University, 1988, travel and living expenses.
Travel award to attend Panel on Strangers in New Worlds: Migration Studies in Europe and America, American Library Association, 1988, New Orleans, travel and living expenses.
Travel award to attend Conference on Immigration Reform: Policies, Prospects and Issues, University of Texas, 1988, travel and living expenses.
Travel award to attend conference at Vaucresson, France, on Mutations Economiques et Populations Etrangeres, Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, 1988, travel and living expenses.
U.S. Immigration Background Papers, United States Information Agency, 1983-86, $3,000.
Drafting of Annual SOPEMI Reports, OECD, 1985-87, $9,000.
Travel awards to attend SOPEMI meetings in Paris, OECD, 1983-1988, travel and living expenses.
Travel award to attend Conference on Comparative Perspectives on Labor Migration..., Centre d'Etudes des Relations Internationales/U.C.-Berkeley, 1986, travel and living expenses.
Research on Employer Sanctions in Western Europe, European Community, 1986-87, $5,000.
Research on Immigrant Participation and Representation, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1987, $2,000.
Publication Grant for the Center for Migration Studies' Directory of Immigration Research Centers, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1986, $17,000.
Travel grant to attend OECD Conference on the Future of Migration, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1986, $2,000.
Travel award to attend U.C.-Davis Conference on Alien Labor in Agriculture, U.C.-Davis, 1985, travel and living expenses paid.
Research on Employers Sanctions, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1985, $5,000 plus several travel grants.
Supplementary Research on European Immigration, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1982-84, $10,000 (P. Martin co-investigator).
Travel Award to West Germany for research on illegal immigration and employer sanctions, Federal Republic of Germany, 1981, two weeks research and travel expenses paid.
Research on European Guestworker Policies, U.S. Department of Labor, 1980-81, $10,000.
Migrants in Delaware, University of Delaware, $3,000.
Research on European Migration, German Marshall Fund of the U.S., 1979-1981, $80,000 (P. Martin co-investigator).
Research on European Immigration, U.S. Department of Justice, 1978, $4,000 plus travel expenses paid.
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE COMMITTEES
University Coordinating Committee on Education, 1983-84.
Departmental Committee on Comparative Politics, 1978-present.
Departmental Graduate Committee, 1982-1989 2002-2004.
International Relations Search Committee, 1984, 1987, 1991, 1999, 2003, chair 1984 and 2003.
Department Executive Committee, 1988-1991, 2003-2004.
Paris Semester Abroad Advisory Committee, 1989-present.
University Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Divestment, 1990-1991.
Arts and Science Committee to review Foreign Languages and Literature.
University General Education Committee, 1997-1999.
Arts and Science Committee to review Jewish Studies, 2003.
Chair, Search Committee on Middle East politics, 2004.
Departmental representative on interdepartmental committee overseeing the (European) continental studies major (2001-present).
Comparative Politics Seminar
La Vie Politique en France
Problems of European Politics
Comparative Political Terrorism
Migration and Security in Europe
Politics of the Middle East/Arab Region
U.S. Foreign Policy
Participant in team-taught inter-disciplinary "Perspectives on International Migration"
La nouvelle politique de la securité américaine
Modern Conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa
Migration and Security in the MENA