All blog posts previously featured on IEHS Online can be accessed by clicking directly on the Blog icon or on the link below:
The IEHS Online blog is a space where members share their research and insights, with contributions from graduate students, junior scholars, and established scholars. This blog is a platform for members to contribute to the current conversations about immigration and/or provide a historical perspective on contemporary events. Readers stay up to date with new research and learn more about issues relevant to our field.
Interested in submitting a blog post? Students, emerging and established scholars, and public historians are welcome and encouraged to submit posts to share with our community. Submissions and questions about the blog should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are soliciting posts of about 600-800 words, and ask contributors to include a short bio and headshot for inclusion with the blog post.
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