IEHS Online

Madeline Hsu, “The Good Immigrants”

Editor’s Note: In the next few months, the blog will be featuring 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. Scholarship on immigration…

Marc Sanko, “The Worlds of the Immigration Historian”

As a graduate student, steadily advancing in my dissertation, I often get the question,  “What type of history do you study?” Of course the simple and easy answer is, well Immigration and Ethnic History. When participating at a place like…

Elizabeth Venditto with Erika Lee, “Immigrant Stories: New Ways of Preserving and Teaching Immigration History”

How can we include the first-hand experiences of the most recent immigrants and refugees in our teaching? How can we directly engage students in the creation and analysis of new immigrant narratives? How do we preserve and teach immigration history…