Lunch & Learn: Kate Auspitz on U.S. Immigration Policy

February 10, 2018 Cambridge Free 0
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Kate Auspitz is a political historian, Fulbright fellow (Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford) and Harvard Ph.D. She taught at Harvard University and Wellesley College before leaving academia for practical politics. She now works on foreign policy, immigration and refugee issues as issues director for Congressman Michael E. Capuano (MA-7).

Her book, “The Radical Bourgeoisie” (Cambridge University Press), is an account of the movement for free, compulsory, secular primary schooling in 19th-century France. She was an associate professor in social studies, an interdisciplinary honors program at Harvard College, and taught in the political science department at Wellesley.

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