Aristide Zolberg: A Nation by Design: Immigration Policy in the Fashioning of America

City and Regional Planning Colloquium

Aristide Zolberg is the Walter A. Eberstadt Professor of Political Science at the Graduate Faculty of New School University in New York City and director of its International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship. Zolberg has published extensively in the fields of comparative politics and historical sociology in both English and French. Within his initial specialization in African studies, he is best known for One-Party Government in the Ivory Coast; Creating Political Order: The Party-States of West Africa; and as co-editor (with Philip Foster) and contributing author to Ghana and the Ivory Coast: Patterns of Modernization.



Sponsored by the Department of City and Regional Planning, the Department of Development Sociology, and the Polson Institute for Global Development.



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