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Hidetaka Hirota (Fellow 2013-2016) on C-SPAN, and in TIME Magazine and American Quarterly

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Hidetaka Hirota, a Society of Fellows fellow from 2013 - 2016, was recently featured on C-SPAN, and in TIME Magazine and American Quarterly.  Hirota's C-SPAN interview on 19th-century Irish immigration was recently featured on the program American History TV where he discusses his recent book Expelling The Poor: Atlantic Seaboard States and the Nineteenth-Century Origins of American Immigration Policy. >>

Essay by SOF Alumn Dan-el Padilla: “An immigrant in the time of Trump”

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In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency, I spent several weeks attempting to sort out which obligations and responsibilities would need to take precedence in my personal and professional lives moving forward. I had come of age in a community that had been singled out for particular opprobrium and vilification by the Trump campaign: the 11 million undocumented. It was in the pages of PAW 11 years ago that I presented, for the first time in my own voice, my journey to Princeton as a Dominican-American without papers. I now return to these pages even more determined in light of recent events to affirm that these 11 million belong in the United States... >>

Litigating Executive Power and Islamophobia

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Attorney Thomas A. Durkin and Professor Bernard E. Harcourt are representing pro bono Dr. Al Homssi who was adversely affected by the Executive Order banning Muslims entered on January 29, 2017, and have challenged the constitutionality of the EO under the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Columbia Law School student Laura Baron (CLS '18) is the associate on this case and is providing extraordinary assistance.  The case is featured in The New Yorker Here. >>