The USC Retired Faculty Association and the USC Emeriti Center present
“The New Era of U.S. Immigration Policy: Nativism, Closure and the Age of Trump”
Professor Roberto Suro
Professor of Journalism
Annenberg School for Communication
The new administration has already produced dramatic changes in both the rhetoric and substance of U.S. immigration policies with profound consequences for many thousands of people inside the United States and around the world. Considering that demographic and economic trends were already producing diminished flows, we are likely seeing the end of an era that produced several decades of significant increases in foreign-born population. In this talk, Professor Suro will discuss the impact of measures already taken by President Donald J. Trump and what lies ahead.
Friday, April 14, 2017
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Doheny Memorial Library, Room 240
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
There is no charge for this event.
Roberto Suro has nearly 40 years experience in the immigration field as a journalist, author and researcher. His specialties are the Hispanic population, U.S. immigration policy and the dynamics of U.S.popular opinion regarding immigration. Now a professor at the University of Southern California, Suro holds a joint appointment at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and the Sol Price School of Public Policy. Prior to joining the USC faculty in August 2007, Suro was director of the Pew Hispanic Center, a research organization in Washington D.C. which he founded in 2001. Suro’s books include “Strangers Among Us: Latino Lives in a Changing America, (Vintage, 1999); and “Writing Immigration: Scholars and Journalists in Dialogue,” co-author and co-editor (U of CA, 2011). At USC, he is director of the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, a research center addressing the challenges and opportunities of demographic diversity in the 21st century global city.
For additional information contact Jerry Walker, Associate Provost (Ret.) at firstname.lastname@example.org.