Immigration, Religion, and Citizenship

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We are a group of students and professors from Leipzig University, Germany, and Jagiellonian University Kraków, Poland, taking the academic experience from the classroom to the city of Houston. After a preparatory seminar concerned with issues of immigration, religion, and citizenship in the United States, we are looking forward to apply our knowledge in field research. Having undergone tremendous demographic, economic, social, and cultural transformations, Houston can be regarded as a microcosm reflecting national as well as global developments. In order to better understand the interrelated dynamics of immigration, religion, and citizenship, as well as their ramifications for Houston’s economic, social, and cultural diversity in present and future, we will meet, among others, representatives of various organizations, institutions, interest groups, media, and religious communities.

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