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The Diversity Paradox: Immigration and the Color Line in Twenty-First Century America


reviewed by Duke W. Austin January 31, 2011

coverTitle: The Diversity Paradox: Immigration and the Color Line in Twenty-First Century America
Author(s): Jennifer Lee and Frank D. Bean
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation, New York
ISBN: 087154041X, Pages: 234, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 31, 2011
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16320, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 3:13:21 PM

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  • Duke Austin
    Yale University
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    DUKE W. AUSTIN is a postdoctoral associate in the Urban Ethnography Project at Yale University. He studies the intersection of race, class, and gender using ethnographic and mixed methods. His peer-reviewed research on race relations following Hurricane Katrina has appeared in Racing the Storm (2007, Lexington Books) and Learning from Catastrophe (2006, Natural Hazards Center). Currently, he is collaborating with Elijah Anderson on an ethnographic study of the legacy of slavery in the southern United States.
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