Tuesday, May 12, 2009
WHERE WE LIVE NOW: IMMIGRATION AND RACE IN THE UNITED STATES, by John Iceland. Reviewed by Kevin R. Johnson in Law & Politics Book Review (May 11, 2009)..
WHERE WE LIVE NOW is a concise (142 pages of text, with appendices, notes, references, and a subject index), well-written book that touches on a fascinating and important confluence of issues not thoroughly considered in immigration scholarship. Its author, John Iceland, a professor of sociology and demography, employs rigorous quantitative analysis of US Census data to shed light on the complexities of the impacts of immigration on residential housing patterns in the modern United States. To read more, click here.