“From the Sonoran Desert to Capitol Hill: How faith-based activists shape the immigration debate. A case study from Tucson and Washington, D.C.,” by Christian Henkel. Room 2.116. Bring your own lunch.
Christian Henkel will present his research and will facilitate a discussion on the role of faith-based [and other] groups as both social service providers and lobbyists in the immigration controversy. A special focus will be given to the research’s methodology, which uses mind maps to structure complex interview situations.
Christian Henkel is a Ph.D. Student at the Institute for Christian Social Sciences and visiting researcher at the School of Social Work.