Immigration, Migration, and the Making of the Modern American Metropolis

Lecture Description

This lecture focuses on the late 19th and early 20th century migrations — domestic and international — that shaped the growth of New York City. In particular, the lecture addresses these histories of migration and settlement that gave rise to racial and ethnic tensions and patters of exclusion and segregation.

CATEGORIES

Migration/Migrant New York

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