Immigration, Assimilation, and Difference with Hsin-I Cheng

January 31, 2017

This episode explores the issue of racial and ethnic justice and the common good through the lens of immigration, engaging movements of assimilation and difference within the production of national identity and the pursuit of a common good. We are joined by Hsin-I Cheng, associate professor in the Communication Department at Santa Clara University and Bannan Institute Scholar, whose book Culturing Interface: Identity, Communication and Chinese Transnationalism  investigates the experiences of a Chinese and Taiwanese community on the U.S. Mexico border.


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