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TIES Academic Conference 11-12-13 December 2008
At the TIES Academic Conference the TIES team presented the main comparative findings across the eight countries on the themes: Education, Labourmarket, Identity and Discrimination. Distinguished North American guests acted as discussants, and gave public key note lectures presenting findings of the main research projects on the second generation in North America and Australia. As the European debate is very much influenced by the American debate and the major studies on the second generation have been done in the US, the input and critique from our colleagues across the Atlantic is of huge importance.

The public key note lectures presented findings of the main research projects on the second generation in North America and Australia: the CILS study is a longitudinal study on the second generation; The ISGNY study is the New York study on the second generation; The IMMLA study is the Los Angeles study on the second generation; the TIAS study is the Australian (Sydney and Melbourne) study on the second generation; CIS study is a transatlantic study on children of immigrants (US and Europe).

The TIES team members worked in clusters to present concept chapters of the comparative book on these four themes. Additionally two PhD students presented their papers on each theme.

Program TIES Academic Conference

Location:
International School of Social Science and Humanities (ISHSS, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

Thursday morning December 11th 09.00 - 13.00
Public Key Note Lectures:
09.00                Welcome Prof Jan Rath, Director of IMES
09.10                Opening Dr. Jens Schneider, co-coordinator of the TIES project.
09.20 – 10.00    Prof. Christine Inglis: The Integration of the Australian Second Generation (TIAS) Project. An overview of the study and Selected Dimensions of Second Generation Identity
10.00 – 10.40    Prof. Raivo Vetik: The TIES study on the Russian second generation in Estonia
Coffee Break 10.40 – 11.10
11.10 – 11.50    Dr. Maurice Crul, coordinator TIES project: TIES study across Europe
12.00 – 13.00    Debate: the value of cross-country comparisons
Chair:                Dr. Patrick Simon, coordinator French TIES study and TIES-RTN
Panel Participants: Prof. Christine Ingles, Prof. Anthony Heath (EQUALSOC), Dr. Jennifer Holdaway (CIS), Dr. Jens Schneider (TIES)

Closed Workshop
Thursday afternoon 14.00 – 18.30
Theme Identity
14.00 – 15.00    TIES results on Identity.  Presentation by the TIES “Identity” team
15.00 – 15.40    Discussants: Prof. Mary Waters (Harvard) and Prof. Leo Chavez (UC Irvine)
15.40 – 16.10    Open discussion
Tea Break 16.10- 16.30
16.30 - 18.00     Three TIES PhD papers on identity (Fenella Fleischman, Raquel Matias and Zana Vathi)
Discussants: Prof. Hans Vermeulen and Prof. Leo Chavez

Friday morning December 12th 09.00 - 12.00 hrs
Theme Education
09.00 – 10.00    TIES results on Education. Presentation by TIES “Education” team

10.00 – 10.40    Discussants: Prof. Carola Suarez-Orozsco (NYU) and
Jennifer Holdaway (SSRC)
10.40 - 11.10     Open discussion
Coffee Break 11.10 - 11.30
11.30 -13.00      Three TIES PhD papers on education (Gulseli Baysu, Elif Keskiner and Philip Schnell)
Discussants: Prof Anthony Heath and Prof. Carola Suarez-Orozco

Public Key note Lectures:
Friday afternoon December 12th 13.30 - 18.00
13.30                Opening Maurice Crul
13.40 – 14.20    Prof. Alex Stepick: Miami and San Diego: The CILS Data in Comparative Perspective. This presentation specifically addresses the application of concepts developed in CILS including context of reception and segmented assimilation.
14.20 – 15.00    Prof. Frank Bean: Immigrant Intergenerational Mobility in Metropolitan Los Angeles (IIMMLA):  Data and Findings
15.00 – 15.40    Prof. Mary Waters: Guarded Optimism: The New York Second Generation Study
Tea Break 15.40 – 16.00

16.00 – 17.00    Debate:  The American debate on the second generation:
Chair:  Prof. Hans Vermeulen
Panel Participants: Prof. Alex Stepick, Prof. Louis De Sipio, Prof. John Mollenkopf

Reception 17.00 – 18.00

Closed Workshop
Saturday Morning December 13th 9.00-12.30
Theme Labor market
09.00 – 09.40    TIES results on the labor market. Presentation by TIES “labor market” team.
09.40 – 10.20    Discussants: Prof. Irena Kogan and Thomas Liebig
10.20 – 10.40    Open discussion
Tea Break 10.40 - 11.00
11.00 – 12.00   TIES PhD paper on the labor market (Arne Saeys)
Discussants: Prof. John Mollenkopf and Prof. Phil Kasinitz

Saturday Afternoon 13.00 – 16.40
Theme Discrimination
13.00 – 13.40    TIES Results on discrimination presentation by the TIES team on discrimination
13.40 – 14.20    Discussants: Prof. Roxanne Silberman and Dr. Kurt Salentin
14.20 – 14.40    Open discussion

Coffee Break 14.40 - 15.00

15.00 – 15.30    TIES PhD paper on discrimination (Veronique Vandezande) 
Discussant Prof. Louis De Sipio
15.30 - 16.10     Closing Lecture Prof. Nancy Foner: 
Second-Generation Challenges in the United States and Europe

List of speakers and participants

TIES Project participants
1. Austria: Austrian Academy of Science
Barbara Herzog-Punzensberger
2. Belgium: IPSO (University of Leuven)
Karen Phalet and Veronique Vandezande
3. France: INED, Paris
Patrick Simon, Catherine Daurèle and Anne-Claire Blanchard
4. Germany: IMIS (University of Osnabrück)
Michael Bommes and Maren Wilmes
5. Netherlands:
IMES (University of Amsterdam)
Maurice Crul, Jens Schneider and Frans Lelie 
NIDI
Liesbeth Heering and Helga de Valk
6. Spain: IEM (University P. Commilas)
Rosa Aparicio-Gomez
7. Sweden: CEIFO (University of Stockholm) and Department of Sociology (Uppsala University)
Ebba Hedlund
8. Switzerland: FSM (University of Neuchâtel)
Rosita Fibbi

TIES-RTN Advisory Board

Roxane Silbermann, LASMAS, CNRS
Rinus Penninx, IMES, University of Amsterdam
Luciano Scagliotti, ENAR ,Italy

External guests 
Anthony Heath, University of Oxford
Nancy Foner, Hunter College and the Graduate Center (City University of New York)
John Mollenkopf, Center for Urban Research (City University of New York)
Phil Kasinitz, Center for Urban Research (City University of New York)
Mary Waters, Harvard University
Irena Kogan, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Thomas Liebig, OECD
Kurt Salentin, Bielefeld University
Jennifer Holdaway, Social Science Research Counsil
Carola Suarez-Orozco, New York University
Frank Bean, University of California, Irvine , Study of Immigration and Intergenerational Mobility in Metropolitan Los Angeles (IIMMLA)
Louis DeSipio, University of California, Irvine, (IIMMLA) 
Leo Chavez, University of California, Irvine, (IIMMLA) 
Christine Inglis, University of Sydney
Alex Stepick and Carol Stepick, Immigration and Ethnicity Institute, Florida International University, Miami
Hans Vermeulen, University of Amsterdam,

TIES-RTN Experienced Researchers
Adel Pasztor, IMES, University of Amsterdam

TIES-RTN Early Stage Rearchers
Arne Sayes
Elif Keskiner
Ana Raquel Matias
Doreen Huschek
Philipp Schnell
Gulseli Baysu
Snezana Stoycic
Lina Leaticia Bassarsky
Constanza Verra Larrucea
Dusan Ugrina
Zana Vathi
Jenny Schulze

TIES PhD students
Fenella Fleischmann
Gerli Nimmerfeldt
Carmen Domenech

 
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TIES Academic Conference 11-12-13 December 2008
At the TIES Academic Conference the TIES team presented the main comparative findings across the eight countries on the themes: Education, Labourmarket, Identity and Discrimination. Distinguished North American guests acted as discussants, and gave public key note lectures presenting findings of the main research projects on the second generation in North America and Australia.
 

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