I am an associate professor of Sociology at Michigan State University, studying migration, gender, refugees, and the integration/exclusion of international migrants. Posts on this blog represent my work and engagement with migration-related current events and popular discussions. Maybe I’ll have some guest bloggers too, if I can con my friends into writing for me.

I will try to keep posts on this blog engaging and not too blustery, but if you want to see my scholarly work you can go to my departmental website, my MSU media relations page, or contact me directly at nawyn@msu.edu. You can also follow me on Twitter: @SNawyn.

If you want to read more personal stories of my adventures as a Fulbright Fellow in Istanbul, check out my old blog, “A Year without Bacon.”


2 thoughts on “About

  1. It is important that you are sharing your experience and wisdom on the subject of refugees and immigration. The topic too easily can be a means for a politician to appeal to fear and ignorance. Thank you.


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