Delano, Alexandra

IMG - Alexandra Delano Lang

Alexandra Delano
PhD International Relations, Oxford University
Assistant Professor of Global Studies; Current holder of the Eugene M. Lang Professorship for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring

Profile:

Alexandra Délano is an assistant professor of Global Studies and currently holds the Eugene M. Lang Professorship for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring. Her work focuses on emigration states’ policies, immigrant integration, and the transnational relationships between states and migrants. 

Her book Mexico and Its Diaspora in the United States: Policies of Emigration since 1848 (Cambridge University Press, 2011) was the co-winner of the William LeoGrande Prize for the best book on US-Latin America Relations and will be published in Spanish by El Colegio de México in 2014. Other recent publications include: “The diffusion of diaspora engagement policies: A Latin American Agenda”, Political Geography, 2013 and “Invisible Victims: Undocumented Migrants and the Aftermath of September 11”, co-authored with Benjamin Nienass (forthcoming).

She has been a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Politics at the New School for Social Research, a Fellow at Yale University, and has worked as a senior researcher for the Americas Society/Council of the Americas. She is currently associate editor for the journal Migration Studies (Oxford University Press) and co-director of the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at The New School.

 Her articles have appeared in Political Geography, International Migration Review, The Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, International Migration, Perspectives on Politics, Social Research, Americas Quarterly, Revista Mexicana de Política Exterior, Foro Internacional, Migración y Desarrollo and Letras Libres.

Visit her blog.

Courses Taught:

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  • "The Politics of Immigration in the United States"
  • "Borders, Migrants and States"
  • "Governing the Global"
  • "Global Migration"
  • "Democracy, Security and Migration in the Americas"
Recent Publications:

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  • “The diffusion of diaspora engagement policies: A Latin American Agenda"(Political Geography, Elsevier, 2013)
  •  “Invisible Victims: Undocumented Migrants and the Aftermath of September 11”, co-authored with Benjamin Nienass (forthcoming).
Phone Number/Extension:
229-8590 x2862

Email:
delanoa@newschool.edu



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