The Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) promotes evidence-based scholarship on international migration, forced displacement, refugee protection and immigration policy and immigrant integration through an extensive collection of publications including original articles, reports, news digests, essays, speeches, and books. CMS publications feature interdisciplinary research, policy analysis, topical essays, and personal reflections.
The leading interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal in the field of international migration, ethnic group relations, refugee protection, and immigrant integration
A relatively new online journal that seeks to develop evidence-based public policy ideas in the field of international migration, refugee protection and immigrant integration
A weekly digest of news, reports, legislative developments, resources, personal reflections, and other information related to international migration. While the Update targets faith leaders and pastoral workers, its audience has become far more extensive.
Reports offering original research based on rigorous investigation and fieldwork.
Long-form, timely articles on pressing issues related to international migration, refugee protection and immigrant integration
Speeches, talks and other presentations on international migration, refugee protection and immigrant integration
Books published by CMS on a range of migration-related topics, including immigrant integration, the intersection of religion and immigration, Italian-American immigrant communities, and immigration in New York City
The Fr. Lydio F. Tomasi, C.S. Annual Lecture on International Migration is delivered at a CMS-hosted event each year by a leading scholar on international migration. The lecture and accompanying paper cover a migration-related topic of pressing concern to faith communities.
A collection of research and policy papers on migration issues, including legalization programs, national security and civil liberties, and the pastoral care of migrants
A collection of articles written by leading experts from 1978 to 2003 for CMS’s annual legal conference