Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Conference at NYU, Feb, 29, 2012, 9am-6pm

Upcoming conference:

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Latin-­‐American migrations, patterns of settlement and transnational dynamics.


Perspectives from Europe,the United States, and South America

February 29th, 2012. 9:00 am – 6:00 pm.

UMI Transitions, CNRS/NYU 


                                4 Washington Square North, New York. 

Conference room, 2nd Floor. 


www.cnrsnyu.com

We will look into the trends of Latin-­‐American international migrations in the 21st century in terms of patterns of settlement. We will also consider transnational dynamics that bind together places of origin and destinations and contribute to new relations between identities and places. Together, European, South American and American scholars, specialized in migration studies, will discuss the situation of Latin-­‐American migrations in Spain, the US, Argentina and Bolivia.


Organization : Virginie Baby-­‐Collin
(Aix-­‐Marseille University, France. Visiting Scholar, UMI Transitions, CNRS/ NYU).

The event is free and open to the public.


Please register before February 24th, so we can plan refreshments and lunch accordingly.

Vbc213@nyu.edu or valerie.dubois@nyu.edu 

PROGRAM


9:00 am -­‐ Introduction


Opening. Christophe Goddard and Edward Berenson (Directors of the UMI 3199 Transitions CNRS-­‐NYU) 

Presentation. Virginie Baby-­‐Collin (Aix-­‐Marseille University, Telemme, MMSH, Aix en Provence, France) 

The Comparative Framework in Migration Studies. Nancy Foner (Hunter College and Graduate Center, CUNY) 


10:00 am – Latin-­‐American migrations in the American and Spanish contexts


Chair: Sarah Mekdjian (University of Grenoble II, France)


Latin American immigration in Barcelona. Comparing the cases of Poble Sec and Sagrada Familia neighborhoods

Ricard Morén-­‐Alegret, Dawid Wladyka & Albert Mas (Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain)


Andean concentrations and Bolivian centralities in Spanish metropolises (Madrid, Barcelona)
Lucile Medina (University of Montpellier 3, ART-­‐ DEV, France)


The limits of spatial assimilation for Hispanic families 

Richard Alba (Acting Director of the Center for Urban Research, The Graduate Center, CUNY)


Hispanic migration and spaces of education in US cities
David Giband (University of Perpignan, ART DEV, France)


Comments and discussion: Arlene Davila (Department of Anthropology & Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University) 


2:00 pm -­‐ South-­‐American and transnational perspectives


Chair: Clara Irazábal (Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University)


Ethnic centralities and their dispersion in the great Buenos Aires: the case of the Bolivian community 

Susana Sassone (CONICET, Argentina) & Geneviève Cortes (University of Montpellier 3, ART-­‐DEV, France)


Bolivian immigrants and territorial patterns: an analysis from the periurban areas of BuenosAires Julie Le Gall (PRODIG, University of Paris 1 -­‐ Panthéon Sorbonne, France)


Forging a transnational community? Social networks, gender and ethnicity in Bolivian migrations to Argentina and Spain
Tanja Bastia (IDPM, University of Manchester, UK)


Transnational Ties between Receiving Societies: Links between Latin Americans-­‐Origin Communities Living in Spain and the US

Jessica Sperling (Graduate Center, CUNY)


Comments and discussion: Stuart Rockefeller (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, Columbia University) 


5:30 pm – Conclusions: Philip Kasinitz (Graduate Center, CUNY)  

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