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What history reveals about surges in anti-Semitism and anti-immigrant sentiments

Ingrid Anderson, Boston University This February, more than 100 gravestones were vandalized at the Chesed Shel Emeth Society Cemetery outside of St. Louis,...

The rise of anti-immigrant attitudes, violence and nationalism in Costa Rica

Caitlin Fouratt, California State University, Long Beach Costa Rica is often thought of as the “Switzerland of the Americas.” With a stable...

In today’s anti-immigrant rhetoric, echoes of Virgil’s ‘Aeneid’

Boatloads of refugees put ashore in Italy after a wearying journey at sea; the city they adored, Troy, now a smoking ruin...

Immigration and crime: What does the research say?

Charis Kubrin, University of California, Irvine; Graham C. Ousey, College of William & Mary; Lesley Reid, University of Alabama, and Robert Adelman, University at...

How Trump’s immigration enforcement could affect families and communities

William D. Lopez, University of Michigan When immigration officers forcibly remove individuals from their homes, it impacts the psychological, emotional and economic well-being of their...

Here’s how undocumented students are able to enroll at American universities

Tanya Golash-Boza, University of California, Merced and Benigno Merlin, University of California, Merced President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to deport millions of undocumented people, beginning...

2015, the year that was: politics and society

Emily Costello, The Conversation As we approach 2016, we look back at the big stories of The Conversation’s politics and society desk over the past...

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