Call for Papers: Identity Reformation Among Immigrant Families

Indicate Interest by June 1, 2019

Manuscripts are invited from across all social science disciplines for Re/Formation and Identity: The Intersectionality of Development, Culture, and Immigration, an edited volume to explore the complexities and multi-dimensionality of identity reformation and development among immigrant families across the lifespan. Papers should use evidence-based data, and can be either quantitative or qualitative.

Authors should indicate interest by June 1, 2019, by submitting a title and 500-word abstract to the co-editors Deborah Johnson and Susan Chuang.

Please see the full call for papers for details.