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Sara Wallace Goodman

Department of Political Science

University of California, Irvine

3151 Social Science Plaza • Irvine, CA 92617-5100



http://faculty.sites.uci.edu/sgoodman

s.goodman@uci.edu


PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
2015 - Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California, Irvine

Faculty Affiliate: Center for Research on International Migration; Center for the Study of Democracy; International Studies


2009 - 15 Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California, Irvine
2009 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Political Science, Maastricht University (Neth.)
EDUCATION
2009 Ph.D. Government, Georgetown University
2005 M.A. Government, Georgetown University
2003 B.A. summa cum laude in Political Science, Miami University (OH)
BOOK
2014 Sara Wallace Goodman. Immigration and Membership Politics in Western Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press.

- Winner, Best Book by the APSA European Politics & Society section, 2015



- Honorable Mention, Best Book by the APSA Migration & Citizenship section, 2015
Reviewed: Perspectives on Politics (September 2016)
ARTICLES (PEER REVIEWED)
In press Hannah Alarian and Sara Wallace Goodman. “Dual citizenship policy and migration flow: an origin story.” Comparative Political Studies.
2015 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Conceptualizing and measuring citizenship and integration policy: Past lessons and new approaches.” Comparative Political Studies 48 (14): 1905-1941.

- Winner, Best Article by the APSA Migration & Citizenship Section, 2016
2015 Sara Wallace Goodman and Matthew Wright. “Does Mandatory Integration Matter? Effects of Civic Requirements on Immigrant Socioeconomic and Political Outcomes.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41(12): 1885-1908.
2015 Gregory C. Baldi and Sara Wallace Goodman. “Migrants into Members: Social Rights, Civic Requirements, and Citizenship in Western Europe.” West European Politics 38(6): 1152-1173.
2013 Sara Wallace Goodman and Marc Morjé Howard. “Evaluating and Explaining the Restrictive Backlash in Citizenship Policy in Europe.” Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 60(X): 111-139.
2012 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Fortifying Citizenship: Policy Strategies for Civic Integration in Western Europe.” World Politics 64(4): 659-698.

- Winner, Best Article by the APSA European Politics & Society Section, 2013

- Honorable Mention, Best Article by the APSA Migration & Citizenship Section, 2013

- Winner, James B. Christoph Prize for Best Conference Paper on British politics by a junior faculty member, British Politics Group, 2012
2012 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Measurement and Interpretation Issues in Civic Integration Studies: A Rejoinder.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38(1): 173-186.
2011 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Controlling Immigration through Language and Country Knowledge Requirements.” West European Politics 34(2): 235-255.
2010 Will Somerville and Sara Wallace Goodman. “The Role of Networks in the Development of UK Migration Policy.” Political Studies 58(5): 951-970.
2010 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Integration Requirements for Integration’s Sake? Identifying, Categorizing and Comparing Civic Integration Policies.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(5): 753-772.

- Reprinted as: “Integration Requirements for Integration's Sake? Identifying, Categorising and Comparing Civic Integration Policies,” in Migration and Citizenship Attribution, ed. Maarten P. Vink (Routledge, 2012), pp. 41-60.


OTHER PUBLICATIONS (PEER-REVIEWED)
Forthcoming Marc Morjé Howard and Sara Wallace Goodman. “The Politics of Citizenship and Belonging in Europe.” in Debating Immigration, 2nd Edition, Ed. Carol M. Swain. New York: Cambridge University Press.
2016 Matthew Wright and Sara Wallace Goodman. “Social Policy and Immigrant Integration.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. Ed. Sandy Maisel. New York: Oxford University Press. July 27, 2016. http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199756223/obo-9780199756223-0178.xml?rskey=zBZpoJ&result=3&q=social+policy+and+immigrant+integration#firstMatch
2014 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Dual/Multiple Citizenship.” In Encyclopedia of Migration. Eds. Frank Bean and Susan Brown. Amsterdam: Springer.
2014 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Naturalization.” In Encyclopedia of Migration. Eds. Frank Bean and Susan Brown. Amsterdam: Springer.
BOOK CHAPTERS (NON-PEER REVIEWED)
2014 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Immigration and Policymaking in Europe.” In Handbook on European Politics. Ed. José M. Magone. London: Routledge.
2012 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Integration Requirements and Tests in Europe: A Comparative Perspective.” Pgs. 23-35. In Citizenship: History, norms and political discourse in comparative perspectives. Eds. Dimitris Christopoulos and Gerasimos Kouzelis. Athens: Patakis. Greek.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
2016 Sara Wallace Goodman. Review of White Backlash: Immigration, Race and American Politics, by Marisa Abrajano and Zoltan Hajnal. Perspectives on Politics: Critical Dialogues, 14(3).
2015 Sara Wallace Goodman. Review of Culling the Masses, by David FitzGerald and David Cook-Marín. Trajectories: The Newsletter of the ASA Comparative and Historical Sociology section.
2014 Sara Wallace Goodman. “The root problem of Muslim integration in Britain is alienation.” The Washington Post Monkey Cage blog. October 6, 2014. Available at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2014/10/06/the-root-problem-of-muslim-integration-in-britain-is-alienation/
2013 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Concluding remarks: What we can learn from citizenship policy indices.” Pgs. 48-54, in “How to measure immigration policies,” APSA Newsletter for Migration and Citizenship Section, Issue 2 (Summer).
2010 Sara Wallace Goodman. Naturalisation Policies in Europe: Exploring Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion. European Union Direct Observatory (EUDO) Comparative Reports. Florence: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European Union Institute. RSCAS 2010/7.
2010 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Questioning National Models: Empirical Change and Measurement Issues.” Pgs. 46-49, in Perspectives on Europe, Issue 40.
2010 Sara Wallace Goodman and Rainer Bauböck. “Naturalisation.” European Union Direct Observatory (EUDO) Citizenship Policy Briefs. Florence: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European Union Institute.
2010 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Lost and Found: An Empirical Foundation for Applying the ‘Liberal Test’,” in “How liberal are citizenship tests?,” Eds. Rainer Bauböck and Christian Joppke. Florence: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. Florence, Italy. European Union Institute. RSCAS 2010/41.
2010 Will Somerville and Sara Wallace Goodman. “Immigration and New Labour.” E-Pol: The Online Journal for Political Education Forums, Issue 3: 16-18.
2010 Sara Wallace Goodman. Review of Immigration and Conflict in Europe, by Rafaela Dancygier. Journal of Politics 74(3).
2010 Sara Wallace Goodman. Review of Polish Migration to the UK in the ‘New European Union’, ed. Kathy Burrell. Ethnic and Racial Studies 33(4): 737-738.
2008 Sara Wallace Goodman. Review of Immigration and Social Change in the Republic of Ireland, ed. Brian Fanning. Journal of Political and Military Sociology 36(2): 302-303.
2007 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Review Essay: The Politics and Policies of Immigration in Germany: A Rearview Look at the Makings of a ‘Country of Immigration.’” Germany Politics and Society 25(4): 99-110.
WORK IN PROGRESS
2016 Sara Wallace Goodman. “The Shadow of Crisis: The Effects of Europe’s Financial Fallout on the 2015 Refugee Crisis.”
2016 Sara Wallace Goodman and Matthew Wright. Understanding Incorporation: The Journey from Immigrant to Citizen across Political Contexts. NSF Grant Proposal. Under review.
2016 Sara Wallace Goodman and Hannah M. Alarian. “National Identity and Attitudes toward Multiculturalism.” Under review.
2015 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Variation in American Identity in the 20th Century: A Computer-Assisted Textual Analysis of Citizenship Handbooks for Immigrants.”
2015 Sara Wallace Goodman. “Linguistic Assimilation Economic Integration: Evidence from Israel.”
AWARDS AND HONORS
2016 Winner, Best Article by the Migration & Citizenship Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2015 Winner, Best Book by the European Politics & Society Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2015 Honorable Mention, Best Book by the Migration & Citizenship Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2013 Winner, Best Article by the European Politics & Society Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2013 Honorable Mention, Best Article by the Migration & Citizenship Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2012-13 Social Science Assistant Professor Research Award, UC Irvine ($5,000)
2012 Winner, James B. Christoph Prize for Best Conference Paper on British politics by a junior faculty member, British Politics Group
2003 Phi Beta Kappa, Miami University (OH)
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2016 School of Social Sciences Research Committee Research Grant ($2000)
2016 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, UC Irvine ($2500)
2013-14 Israel Institute Faculty Development Grant ($25,000)
2013-14 Hellman Fellowship Award ($10,000)
2013 Center for Research on Immigration, Population and Public Policy (CRIPP) Small Grant, UC Irvine ($1000)
2013 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, UC Irvine ($1500)
2012 Center for the Study of Democracy Seed Grant, UC Irvine ($1500)
2011 Course Module Development Grant, European Union Center of Excellence ($2,532.73)
2010 Special Research Grant, Academic Senate Council on Research, Computing and Libraries, UC Irvine ($4,500)
2008 Proseminar Teaching Scholarship, Georgetown University
2006 American Consortium on European Studies (ACES) Pre-dissertation Research Grant
2003-08 Georgetown University Graduate Fellowship
1999-03 Benjamin Harrison Scholar, Miami University (OH)
INVITED PRESENTATIONS
2016 Fortress Europe or E Pluribus Unum? Multilevel Governance and the Governance of Migration and Asylum in the EU. University of Illinois, Chicago.
2016 Comparative Approaches to Immigration, Ethnicity, and Integration. Yale University.
2016 Roundtable discussion. National Metropolis Conference. Toronto, CA.
2015 Southwest Workshop on Mixed Methods Research. University of New Mexico.
2015 Global Issues Forum: Immigration – the US/Europe Comparison. University of California Riverside.
2015 Comparative Approaches to the Study of Immigration, Ethnicity, and Religion. University of North Carolina, Chapel-Hill (declined)
2014 Author Meets Critics. Program on International Migration, University of California Los Angeles.
2014 Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences. University of Bremen (declined)
2014 Causes and Consequences of Immigration and Citizenship Policies. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB).
2014 Comparative Approaches to the Study of Immigration and Religion. Stanford University.
2014 Institute for European Studies. Institute for European Studies, Indiana University.
2013 Germany’s Changing Politics and Policies of Migration. University of Toronto.
2013 Comparative Approaches to the Study of Immigration and Ethnic and Religious Diversity. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
2012 Comparative Approaches to the Study of Immigration and Ethnic and Religious Diversity. Princeton University.
20122 The Politics of Naturalization in Europe, Asia, and North America. Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California San Diego.
2011 The Political Incorporation of Immigrants: Progress, Prospects and Pitfalls in Europe and North America. Institute of Governmental Studies & the UC European Union Center of Excellence, University of California Berkeley.
2010 Questioning Citizenship: political discourse and norms in comparative perspectives. Goethe Institute in Athens, Greece.
2009 Politics Department Working Group. Maastricht University.
2010 European Union Direct Observatory (EUDO) on Citizenship Second Plenary Conference. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
2009 European Union Direct Observatory (EUDO) on Citizenship First Plenary Conference, Florence, Italy.
CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION
Council on Foreign Relations, Educators Workshop 2016
American Political Science Association Annual Meeting: 2016, 2015, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007
Council of European Studies Annual Meeting: 2015, 2014, 2008, 2006
International Studies Association Annual Meeting, 2013
Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2011
Research Group on Race, Ethnicity and Immigration Colloquium, UC Irvine, 2009
Political Studies Association Annual Conference: 2008, 2006
Institute for the Study of International Migration, Washington, DC, 2007
European Union Studies Association Annual Conference, 2007
Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference: 2013, 2007, 2005
Association for Israel Studies Annual Conference, 2004
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2017-18 Executive Committee Member, Organized Section on Comparative Politics of the American Political Science Association (APSA),
2017 Program Co-Chair, Organized Section on Comparative Politics of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2016 – 17 Member, Expert Advisory Committee of the Canadian Index for Measuring Integration (CIMI), Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
2015 Best Book Award Committee, European Politics and Society Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2016 Program Co-Chair, Migration and Citizenship Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2014 – 17 Council Member of European Politics and Society Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA)
2014 – 17 Editorial Board, Citizenship Studies
2012 – 15 Executive Committee Member, Ethnicity and Migration (ENMISA) Section of the International Studies Association (ISA)
2014 Program Committee, Council for European Studies Biennial Conference
Reviewer Journals: American Journal of Political Science; American Political Science Review; British Journal of Political Science; Citizenship Studies; Comparative European Studies; Comparative Migration Studies; Comparative Political Studies; Ethnic and Racial Studies; Ethnicities; European Political Science Review; International Journal of Comparative Sociology; International Migration Review; International Studies Quarterly; International Studies Quarterly; Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies; Migration Studies; Journal of European Public Policy; Nationalism and Ethnic Politics; Perspectives on Politics; Political Research Quarterly; Social Science Research; Social Problems; West European Politics; World Politics
Reviewer Grant programs: National Science Foundation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Reviewer Publishers: Rowman & Littlefield; W.W. Norton & Company
UNIVERSITY SERVICE
2016 - Field Coordinator, Comparative Politics, Department of Political Science
2016 Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, Department of Political Science
2015 - 16 Member, Departmental Service Course Committee, Department of Political Science
2015 - Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Department of Political Science
2013 - 16 Executive Committee, School of Social Sciences
2013 - 15 Member, Schusterman Visiting Israeli Professor Selection Committee, Department of Political Science
2012 - 14 Awards Committee, School of Social Sciences
2011 – 14 Board on Undergraduate Scholarships, Honors & Financial Aids (BUSHFA), University of California Irvine
TEACHING AND ADVISING
Undergraduate Courses:

Politics around the World (Introduction to Comparative), Immigration Politics in Western Europe, Citizenship, Controversies of Islam in Europe, West European Politics, Honors Thesis Writing Seminar


Graduate Courses:

Qualitative Methods and Research Design, Theory and Practice of Citizenship and Migration


Graduate and Undergraduate Advising Committees: (*indicates chair)
Dissertation:

Hannah Alarian* (in progress, 2016 Dissertation Prospectus)

Trevor Allen* (in progress, 2016 Dissertation Prospectus)

Kelsey Norman (in progress, 2015 Dissertation Prospectus)


Qualifying Exam Committee/Dissertation Prospectus Committee:

Tom Le (2015; Pomona College); Beijie Tang (2014)


Undergraduate Honors Theses:

Amelie Godfrey (2016); Allison Beer (2012)


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Political Science Association



  • Section Memberships: Comparative Politics, European Politics & Society, Migration & Citizenship, Qualitative and Multi-methods research, Women’s Caucus for Political Science

British Politics Group

Council for European Studies



European Union Direct Observatory (EUDO) Citizenship Consortium

References available upon request
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