As part of the Hispanic Society of Lafayette’s (HSL) Immigration Week, Professors Vora and Olvera will participate in a brown bag discussion on “Recent Immigration Reforms in the United States” on April 9th at 12:15 pm in Kirby 104.

Jacqueline Olvera, Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, will detail the most influential immigration reforms passed by the United States in the last few decades.

Neha Vora, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, will discuss the migration of individuals from the Middle East and South Asia to the United States and how the radicalization of immigrants has changed since 9/11.