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United States
University of Virginia
Immigration, citizenship, integration, comparative politics, Europe
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About Me

Hannah M. Alarian’s research examines topics of migrant integration, immigration, political identity and participation, and public policy.  Her dissertation, titled “Migrant Employment and the Foundations of Integration: A Multimethod Approach,” examines the economic processes through which immigrants integrate including the roles states and individuals play in reducing disparities between immigrant and native communities in advanced democracies. Alongside her dissertation, Dr. Alarian maintains an active research agenda across comparative politics. Her work can be seen in Comparative Political Studies, the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, and presented at multiple conferences.

Recent Publications

Citizenship in hard times: Intra-EU naturalisation and the Euro crisis” in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Dual citizenship policy and migration flow: An origin story” (with Sara W. Goodman), in Comparative Political Studies

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European Union; Germany; Netherlands; United States

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