2014 selection of videos of academic researchers discussing the long-term impacts of demographic changes, both globally and in the United States.
2014 study from Stanford and Georgetown demonstrating that attitudes toward immigration are seldom driven by economic factors and are more likely explained by cultural factors.
2014 review of research relevant to the current child migrant crisis in the United States, primarily stemming from Central America.
2014 research brief on the effectiveness of get-out-the-vote strategies, by Melissa R. Michelson of Menlo College and the Scholars Strategy Network.
2014 study in the Annual Review of Political Science assessing whether officeholders of racial or ethnic minorities better represents the interests of constituents from those minorities.
2014 study from Harvard that shows how contact with others of different backgrounds can affect majority community attitudes.
Semester-long course on how to fairly and ethically cover diverse communities, which can often include not only race and ethnicity, but also religion, sexual orientation, national origin and more.
2013 study by Claremont Graduate University and University of California-Riverside on the role of language in framing immigration policy.
2013 selection of recent studies that explore the history, political convictions and culture of persons of Cuban origin in the United States.
2013 study from USC showing the promise and challenges involved in a program providing access to computers to low-income residents in Los Angeles.