Tomás Jiménez, https://sociology.stanford.edu/people/tom%C3%A1s-jim%C3%A9nez associate professor of sociology at Stanford University, examines how people who are U.S.-born of U.S.-born parents—the ""third-plus-generation""—experience and make sense of immigration-driven change. Drawing on interviews with a diverse set of individuals from East Palo Alto, Cupertino, and Berryessa (San José), he shows how the settlements of immigrants upends what it means to be white, and reifies what it means to be black, Latino, or Asian. This presentation was part of the RICSRE Faculty Seminar Series which features speakers from a wide variety of disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, education, law, business, and medicine throughout the academic year. The event took place on April 9, 2015 at Margaret Jacks Hall, Stanford University.
For more information, visit http://ccsre.stanford.edu.
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