Sadiq is elected chair of ISA's Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration section
- July 21, 2011
- Two-year chair-elect term begins in 2011 with full chair role beginning in 2013
Kamal Sadiq, political science assistant professor, has been elected as chair of the International Studies Association’s Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration section. He will serve as chair-elect from 2011-2013 and begin his two-year term as full section chair in 2013. Sadiq’s research interests include comparative politics and immigration in developing countries, with a particular focus on India, Southeast Asia and Asian security. He is the author of Paper Citizens: How Illegal Immigrants Acquire Citizenship in Developing Countries in which he takes an in-depth look at "documentary citizenship" - immigrants' use of forged documents or illegally obtained authentic passports to prove residency or citizenship. Learn more online.
Etel Solingen, political science professor, is currently serving as president-elect of the International
Studies Association. Her term as president of the 4,000+ member organization begins