Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s four-term presidency spanned two great national and international upheavals — the Great Depression and World War II — which both triggered major effects on immigration.
The U.K.-based Microbiology Society is one of the world’s top professional associations covering the study of bacteria, viruses, protozoa and other tiny forms of life. Since 1953 the Society’s biennial Marjory Stephenson Prize has been awarded for outstanding contributions to…
While campaigning for President, John F. Kennedy stated that “we must remove the distinctions between native born and naturalized citizens to assure full protection of our laws to all …
Since the passage of the 1790 Naturalization Act that stipulated “all white male inhabitants” could qualify for U.S. citizenship, the category of whiteness has been used in various ways, through laws and cultural norms, to shape U.S. immigration policy.
All the immigration headlines can make it difficult to keep track of what’s actually changing and what’s just a rumor. Let us break down the news for you.
In 2002 Daniel Kahneman became the first psychologist to win the Nobel Prize — though not in psychology (there is no such prize) but in economics, for his work in applying psychological insights to economic theory.
A brief history of immigration in the U.S., as told through a family trip to Ellis Island. Read more immigration articles like this on the Boundless blog.
Gerty Theresa Radniz Cori and her husband Carl Ferdinand Cori were given a portion of the divided 1947 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine “for their discovery of the course of the catalytic conversion of glycogen.”
Critics of immigration often claim that an influx of immigrants will take jobs away from native-born workers and depress salaries for everyone. Most economists agree that this is not the case. Immigrants often create jobs by starting their own businesses.…
The mathematical system of calculus was famously developed independently in the 17th century by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Although Newton was born and worked in England, Liebniz spent much of his life as an immigrant