Experts in Subject: Immigration

Food Studies, History, History of US Ethnicity, Humanities, Immigration

Hal Barron.

Hal S. Barron, PhD, Louisa and Robert Miller Professor of Humanities, is an expert on U.S. social history, specializing in rural life. He has written or spoken about the history of agrarian society, the portrayal of rural life in American culture, citrus culture in California, the history of crossword puzzles, issues of immigration and ethnicity, and the […]

Asian American Studies, History, Humanities, Immigration, Labor, Militarization, Pacific Islander History, Race, Settler Colonialism

Alfred Flores

Alfred P. Flores, PhD, researches U.S. Empire in Asia and the Pacific Islands, with an emphasis on diaspora, labor, immigration, indigeneity, militarization, race and settler colonialism. His work has appeared in Amerasia Journal, American Quarterly, Choice Magazine, and Oxford University Press (Research Encyclopedias). He is currently working on a book project, tentatively entitled, “Little Island […]