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KARTHICK RAMAKRISHNAN Curriculum Vitae January 2017 School of Public Policy, University of California, Riverside Riverside, CA 92521 karthick@ucr.edu (818) 305-4865 EMPLOYMENT University of California, Riverside CA Professor and Associate Dean, School of Public Policy (2014 – Present) Professor, Department of Political Science (2014 – Present) Associate Professor, Department of Political Science (2008 – 2014) Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science (2005 – 2008) Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco CA Research Fellow, Governance (2002 –2005) EDUCATION Princeton University, Princeton NJ Ph.D. in Politics (June 2002) • Dissertation: Voters from Different Shores – Electoral Participation in Immigrant America Brown University, Providence RI B.A. magna cum laude in International Relations and Political Science (May 1996) RESEARCH INTERESTS Political and civic participation, immigration policy, policy process, federalism, public opinion, interest groups, Latino and Asian American politics HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS University of California, Riverside Member, Board of Directors, The California Endowment (2016-Present) Global Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Center (2015-Present) Commissioner, California Commission on Asian & Pacific Islander American Affairs (2014-Present) Adjunct Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California (2005-Present) Leader in Action, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (2015) Panel member, The Integration of Immigrants into American Society: National Academy of Sciences Study (2014-2015) Outstanding Faculty Award, Asian Pacific Student Programs, UC Riverside (2014) Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2012) Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation (2006, 2011) Fellow, Center for Ideas and Society, UC Riverside (2007, 2015) RAMAKRISHNAN Page 1 of 14 HONORS, AWARDS, AND FELLOWSHIPS (CONTD.) Extramural grants totaling over $3.5 million Russell Sage Foundation (2016) - $114,535 (lead PI Jennifer Lee, co-PIs Taeku Lee and Janelle Wong) Ford Foundation (2016) - $200,000 (lead PI T. Lee, co-PIs J. Lee and J. Wong) National Science Foundation (2016) - $507,000 (lead PI; co-PIs J. Lee, T. Lee, J. Wong) Carnegie Corporation of New York (2016) - $150,000 (lead PI; co-PIs J. Lee, T. Lee, J. Wong) The California Endowment (2016) - $105,000 James Irvine Foundation (2015) - $295,000 MacArthur Foundation (2015) - $27,000 UC Office of the President (2015) - $525,000 (MRPI grant, co-PI with campus representatives from UCI, UCLA, UCB, UCSD) Wallace H. Coulter Foundation (2013) - $360,000 James Irvine Foundation (2012) - $150,000 Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund (2012) - $75,000 Carnegie Corporation of New York (2012) - $50,000 Ford Foundation (2012) - $275,000 (co-PI with National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum) Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation (2012) - $25,000 (co-PI with NAPAWF) Asian American Justice Center (2012) - $75,000 Russell Sage Foundation (2008) - $201,500 (co-PI with Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong) James Irvine Foundation (2008) - $150,000 James Irvine Foundation (2006) - $170,000 Latino Policy Coalition (2006) - $40,000 (co-PI with Shaun Bowler) Russell Sage Foundation (2005) - $97,521 UCR Committee on Research award (2010) - $9,000 UC MEXUS (2006) - $1,500 (co-PI with Shaun Bowler) UCR Center for Ideas and Society Mellon Workshop (2010, 2011) - $3,000; $5,000 UCR CHASS Strategic Investment Fund award (2011) - $11,700 UCR Academic Senate research award (2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014) – awards ranging from $1,650 to $2,700 Princeton University Nominated for the E.E. Schattschneider Award for Best Dissertation in American Politics, American Political Science Association (2003) Princeton University Graduate Fellowship (1996 – 2001) Graduate Fellow, Mathey College (1999 – 2001) Mellon Foundation Summer Research Grant (1999) PUBLICATIONS Books Haynes, Chris, Jennifer Merolla, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2016. Framing Immigrants: News Coverage, Public Opinion and Policy. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 2 of 14 Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2015. The New Immigration Federalism. New York: Cambridge University Press. Wong, Janelle, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, Taeku Lee, and Jane Junn. 2011. Asian American Political Participation: Emerging Constituents and their Political Identities. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Irene Bloemraad, eds. 2008. Civic Hopes and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community Organizations, and Political Engagement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. (Refereed) Lee, Taeku, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramírez, eds. 2006. Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press. (Refereed) Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2005. Democracy in Immigrant America: Changing Demographics and Political Participation. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press. Journal Articles Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2016. “The President and Immigration Federalism,” Florida Law Review 68(1): 101-178. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2014. “Asian Americans And The Rainbow: The Prospects and Limits of Coalitional Politics,” Politics, Groups, and Identities 2(3): 522-529. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2014. “Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Urgency of Public Relevance,” Journal of Asian American Studies 17(1): 91–94. Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2013. “Immigration Federalism: A Reappraisal,” New York University Law Review NYU Law Review 88: 2074-2145. Merolla, Jennifer, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Chris Haynes. 2013. “‘Illegal,’ ‘Undocumented,’ or ‘Unauthorized’: Equivalency Frames, Issue Frames, and Public Opinion on Immigration,” Perspectives on Politics 11(3): 789-807. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Pratheepan Gulasekaram. 2012. “The Importance of the Political in Immigration Federalism,” Arizona State Law Journal 44: 1431-1488. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Celia Viramontes. 2010. “Civic Spaces: Mexican Hometown Associations and Immigrant Participation,” Journal of Social Issues 66(1): 155-173. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, Janelle Wong, Taeku Lee, and Jane Junn. 2009. “Race-Based Considerations and the Obama Vote,” Du Bois Review 6:1, 219-238. Lewis, Paul, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2007. “Police Practices in Immigrant-Destination Cities: Political Control or Bureaucratic Professionalism?” Urban Affairs Review 42:6, 874-900. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2004. “Second Generation Immigrants? The 2.5 Generation in the United States,” Social Science Quarterly 85:2, 380-399. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Thomas J. Espenshade. 2001. “Immigrant Incorporation and Political Participation in the United States,” International Migration Review 35:3, 870-909. Lien, Pei-te, Christian Collet, Janelle Wong, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2001. “Asian Pacific American Public Opinion and Political Participation,” PS: Political Science and Politics 34: 3, 625-630. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 3 of 14 Public Datasets Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong. 2011. National Asian American Survey, 2008. ICPSR31481-v1. Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. Book Chapters Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Sono Shah. 2016. “Latinos, Asian Americans, and the Volunteerism/Voting Gap,” in Casey A. Klofstad, ed., New Advances in the Study of Civic Voluntarism: Resources, Engagement, and Recruitment. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Haynes, Chris, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2016. “How Much Do They Help? Ethnic Media and Political Knowledge in the United States,” in Antoine Bilodeau, ed., Just Ordinary Citizens?: Towards A Comparative Portrait Of The Political Immigrant. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2013. “Incorporation versus Assimilation: The Need for Conceptual Differentiation,” in Jennifer Hochschild, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, Claudine Gay, and Michael JonesCorrea, Models of Immigrant Political Incorporation. New York: Oxford University Press. Junn, Jane, Taeku Lee, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Janelle Wong. 2011. “Asian American Public Opinion,” in Robert Shapiro and Lawrence Jacobs, eds., The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media, pp. 520-534. New York: Oxford University Press. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick and Tom K. Wong. 2010. “Partisanship, Not Spanish: Explaining Municipal Ordinances Affecting Undocumented Immigrants,” in Monica Varsanyi, ed. Taking Local Control: Immigration Policy Activism in U.S. Cities and States. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Irene Bloemraad. 2008. “Introduction,” and “Making Organizations Count: Case Studies in California,” in S. Karthick Ramakrishnan and Irene Bloemraad, eds. Civic Roots and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community Organizations, and Political Engagement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2006. “But Do They Bowl? Race, Immigrant Incorporation, and Civic Voluntarism in the United States,” in Taeku Lee, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramirez, eds., Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press. Lee, Taeku, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramirez. 2006. “Introduction” and “Conclusions,” in Taeku Lee, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramirez, eds., Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States, University of Virginia Press. Peer Reviewed Research Monographs Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Allan Colbern. 2015. “The California Package: Immigrant Integration and the Evolving Nature of State Citizenship,” Policy Matters 6:3. 19 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, Dino Bozonelos, Louise Hendrickson, and Tom K. Wong. 2008. “Inland Gaps: Civic Inequalities in a High Growth Region,” Policy Matters 2:1. 19 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Celia Viramontes. 2006. Civic Inequalities: Immigrant Volunteerism and Community Organizations in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 164 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Paul Lewis. 2005. Immigrants and Local Governance: The View From City Hall. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 136 pages. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 4 of 14 Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Hans Johnson. 2005. The Immigrant Second Generation in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 20 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Mark Baldassare. 2004. The Ties That Bind: Changing Demographics and Civic Engagement in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 128 pages. Reference Articles Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2008. “Political Participation and Civic Voluntarism.” In Paul Ong, ed., The State of Asian America: Trajectory of Civic and Political Engagement. Los Angeles, CA: LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “Immigrant Politics: Electoral Politics.” In James Ciment and Immanuel Ness, eds., Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “Immigrant Politics: Political Activism.” In James Ciment and Immanuel Ness, eds., Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “Immigrant Politics: The Home Country.” In James Ciment and Immanuel Ness, eds., Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “César Chavez” and “Eugene Talmadge.” In Waldo E. Martin, Jr., and Patricia Sullivan, eds., Civil Rights in the United States. New York: Macmillan Reference. Policy Reports Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Farah Ahmad. 2014. State of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Washington, DC: Center for American Progress. 110 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Pratheepan Gulasekaram. 2014. Understanding Immigration Federalism in the United States. Washington, DC: Center for American Progress. 41 pages. Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2012. “Restrictive State and Local Immigration Laws: Solutions in Search of Problems,” Advance: The Journal of the American Constitutional Society Issue Groups 6:1, 5-21. Works In Preparation Lee, Taeku, and Karthick Ramakrishnan, “Bolting Blue: What Explains the Partisan Shift Among Asian Americans?” Pietsch, Juliet, and Karthick Ramakrishnan, Participation Without Empowerment: Comparing Asian Immigrants in Australia and the United States PAPER AND BOOK PRESENTATIONS The New Immigration Federalism (book) • Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC San Diego, February 2016 • Stanford University, February 2016 • UCLA Immigration Group, October 2015 • Urban Institute, September 2015 • Yale University, September 2015 National Academies report on immigrant integration • National Academies (Irvine campus), May 2016 • California Office of the Governor, May 2016 • California Community Foundation, May 2016 RAMAKRISHNAN Page 5 of 14 • Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management, December 2015 “Immigrant Inclusion and Subfederal Citizenship in the United States” (with Allan Colbern) • American Political Science Association, September 2016. “Punishing the President’s Party? Japanese American Responses to Internment” (with Chris Haynes) • American Political Science Association, September 2016. “Asian Americans, Affirmative Action, and the Prospects for Rainbow Coalition Politics” (with Sono Shah) • American Political Science Association, August 2014. “Polarized Change: Introducing a Political Model of Immigration Federalism” • University of Oregon, May 2013. “Bolting Blue: What Explains the Dramatic Change in Asian American Voting Patterns?” • Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Consortium. Seattle, May 2013. 2012 National Asian American Survey • Asian Pacific American Legal Center, Los Angeles, October 2012. • Advancing Justice conference, Chicago, September 2012. • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington DC, September 2012. “Framing the Dream Act in News Media and Public Opinion” (with Chris Haynes and Jennifer Merolla) • Children, Youth, and Families in Migration Conference, UCLA, February 2012. • Western Political Science Association. Los Angeles, March 2013. “The Role of Ethnic Media in Shaping Political Knowledge in a Racially Diverse Electorate” (with Chris Haynes) • Western Political Science Association. Los Angeles, March 2013. • Politics, Groups and Identities Journal workshop. Purdue University, September 2012. “Coloring Obama: The Political Consequences of Skin Tone Evaluations” (with Matt Barreto) • Western Political Science Association. Portland, March 2011. “Using the National Asian American Survey’s Weighted and Unweighted Data.” • American Political Science Association. Seattle, September 2011. “Legal Status, National Origin Cues, and Public Opinion on Immigration” (with Kevin Esterling, Mike Neblo, and David Lazer) • American Political Science Association. Seattle, September 2011. “Restrictive Action towards Same-Sex Marriage: Race, Religion, and the Gender Gap” (with Andrew Flores) • Western Political Science Association. San Antonio, April 2011. “Moved by Illegality? Experimental Approaches to Public Opinion on Immigration” (with Jennifer Merolla) • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2011. “Space, Place, and Asian American Politics: Evidence from the 2008 National Asian American Survey” (with Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong) • American Political Science Association. Washington, D.C., September 2010. “What Kind of Immigrant? Framing Effects and Attitudes Towards Immigration in the United States” (with Kevin Esterling, David Lazer, and Michael Neblo) • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2010. Summary report of the 2008 National Asian American Survey (with Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong) • National Press Club. Washington DC., October 2008. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 6 of 14 • Davidson Conference Center, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, October 2008. • John D. and Catharine T. MacArthur Foundation. Chicago, April 2009. • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2009. “Demography is not Destiny: Institutional Factors and Law Enforcement Decisions on Immigration Enforcement.” • Conference on Underrepresented Groups in Subnational Politics. Rice University, May 2009. “Terrorism or Immigration: The Underpinnings of American Public Opinion on Border Enforcement” (with Sylvia Manzano) • Western Political Science Association. San Diego, March 2009. “Survey Sampling and Multiethnic Populations” • Western Political Science Association. San Diego, March 2008. “Civic Engagement Across Borders: The Promise and Challenge of Mexican Immigrant Hometown Associations.” (with Celia Viramontes) • American Political Science Association. Chicago, September 2007. “Civic Invisibility? The Civic and Political Stratification of Immigrant and Mainstream Community Organizations.” (with Irene Bloemraad) • American Sociological Association. Montreal, August 2006. • American Political Science Association. Philadelphia, September 2006. “Latino Civic Organizing in Comparative Perspective: How Individual, Community and Contextual Determinants Shape Civic and Political Participation” (with Shannon Gleeson and Irene Bloemraad) • American Sociological Association. Montreal, August 2006. “The Civic Presence of Mainstream and Ethnic Organizations.” • Moynihan Institute of Public Affairs, Syracuse University, October 2005. • American Political Science Association. Washington, DC, September 2005. “Varying Conceptions of Voluntarism Among Immigrants in the United States.” • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2005. “Principals or Agents in Charge? Understanding Police Practices Concerning Immigrant Residents.” (with Paul Lewis) • Western Political Science Association. Oakland, March 2005. “Studying the Effects of Language Provisions Under the Voting Rights Act.” (with Michael Jones-Correa) • Western Political Science Association. Portland, March 2004. “Open Arms? The Receptivity of Cities and Local Officials to Immigrants and Their Concerns.” (with Paul Lewis) • American Political Science Association. Chicago, September 2004. “But Do They Bowl? Race, Immigrant Adaptation and Civic Voluntarism in the United States.” • American Political Science Association. Philadelphia, August 2003. • “A Nation of Immigrants” Conference. Institute of Governmental Studies. University of California, Berkeley, May 2003. “Beyond the Ballot Box: Political Participation and Racial Inequality in California.” • Western Political Science Association. Denver, March 2003. “Children of Mixed Nativity: Accounting for the ‘2.5 Generation.’” RAMAKRISHNAN Page 7 of 14 • Population Association of America. Atlanta, May 2002. “Unpacking the Backlash: Political Threat, Institutional Mobilization, and Immigrant Electoral Participation.” • American Political Science Association. San Francisco, September 2001. “The Political Incorporation of Immigrants and Their Descendants.” • Population Association of America. Washington, D.C., March 2001. “Generation Gaps: Race, Immigrant Incorporation, and Voting Participation.” • American Political Science Association. Washington, D.C., September 2000. • Conference on Immigrant Political Participation in New York City, CUNY Graduate Center, June 2000. “Political Participation and Immigrant Incorporation: Generational Status and Voting Behavior in U.S. Elections.” • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2000. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Political Science and Public Policy July 2014 – Present. Founding editor, Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, an official section journal of the American Political Science Association. Jan 2016 – Oct 2016. Organizer of Elevate: AAPI Data Challenge with White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Washington DC. Sep 2015. Presley Center conference organizing May 2015. Organizer, Second Annual AAPI Research and Data summit, Washington DC May 2015. Organizer, forum on think tank diversity, co-sponsored with Urban Institute and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars May 2015. Co-organizer, hearing of Assembly Committee on Higher Education on student diversity and success at UC Riverside Apr 2015. Organizer, meeting and public hearing of California Commission on APIA Affairs held at UC Riverside Aug 2014. Organizer, forum on improving think tank diversity, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (with subsequent discussion at an online forum organized by PBS NewsHour) May 2014. Organizer, AAPI Research and Data Summit, Washington DC March 2011 – March 2014. Member, Executive Council, Western Political Science Association. Sep 2011 – Present. Member, Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific Americans in the Profession, Western Political Science Association. Aug 2005 – 2016. Organizer, Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Colloquium (PRIEC), a national conference series for scholars working on issues of race, immigration, and ethnicity. Sep 2010 – Sep 2012. Co-President, Race, Ethnicity, and Politics section of the American Political Science Association. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 8 of 14 Sep 2010 – Aug 2011. Committee member, E.E. Schattschneider Award for best dissertation in American Politics, American Political Science Association. Sep 2007 – Aug 2010. Member, Committee on Civic Education, American Political Science Association. Sep 2005 – Aug 2007. Executive committee member, APSA Section on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics. July 2006 – Sep 2008. Founder and co-editor, ImmigrantPolitics.org, an information source of news and scholarship on immigrants in the United States and abroad. Sep 2001 – Sep 2010. Executive committee member, Asian Pacific American Caucus, an American Political Science Association (APSA) Related Group. May 2003. Conference organizer, “A Nation of Immigrants: Ethnic Identity and Political Participation.” University of California, Berkeley. (Co-organizers: Bruce Cain, Jack Citrin, Taeku Lee and Ricardo Ramirez). Ongoing. Anonymous reviewer, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, International Migration Review, American Politics Review, Social Science Quarterly. University Service 2010 – Present. Director, Immigration Research Group at UC Riverside. May 2016 – Present. Co-chair, UC Riverside Committee on Social Innovation. Dec 2016 – Present. Member, WASC Re-Accreditation Committee, UC Riverside. Jan 2016. Search committee, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion. Sep 2014. Search committee, Vice Provost for Academic Personnel. June 2014. Search committee, Assistant Dean/CFAO, School of Public Policy. 2012 – 2014. Chair, undergraduate committee, Department of Political Science. 2005 – 2012. Member, Public Policy Initiative committee. Sep 2009 – Aug 2010. Committee on Advancement, UCR 2020: The Path to Preeminence. Sep 2008 – Aug 2010. Graduate Council, UCR Academic Senate. Feb 2011, 2016 – On-site reviewer, University of California Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship. 2005 – 2016. Founder and co-editor, Policy Matters, a quarterly publication by UCR faculty on policy issues at the national, state, and local levels. Other Professional Activities December 2016. Presentation to the board of the James Irvine Foundation, San Francisco, CA. November 2016. Invited participant, strategic convening on improving racial diversity in research and policy organizations, Urban Institute, Washington DC. September 2016. Invited speaker, meeting of AAPI44, meeting of all Asian American and Pacific Islander appointees of the Obama administration, Washington, DC. April 2016. Invited guest, White House briefing on diversity and inclusion, White House, Washington DC. November 2015. Organizer, strategic convening with national and state foundations, community organizations, and researchers on immigration policy innovation at the state level, Riverside CA. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 9 of 14 June 2015. Invited participant, strategic conversation on immigration policy research, Russell Sage Foundation. May 2015. Invited participant, AAPI Leaders Conference, White House, Washington DC. December 2014 – September 2015. Advisory board, report on AAPI higher education by Campaign for College Opportunity and Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles. April 2014. Panelist, “Our Diverse Nation: The Many Faces of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders,” Center for American Progress, Washington DC January 2013 – Present. Asian American/Pacific Islander Theme Study Advisory Board, National Park Service. June 2012. Presentation to the board of the James Irvine Foundation, San Francisco, CA. September 2009 to October 2009. Proposal review committee, James Irvine Foundation. May 2007 to April 2008. Consultant on diversity and civic engagement, Institute for Local Government. January 2003 to July 2005. Member, Institutional Review Board, Public Policy Institute of California. January 2003 to July 2005. Member, Dissertation Fellow search committee, Public Policy Institute of California. INVITED PRESENTATIONS September 2016. Panel on race and politics, Race+Justice: theAtlantic Live, Los Angeles. September 2016. Plenary speaker, Cornell University “Educate the Vote” event. September 2016. Plenary speaker, United Chinese Americans national conference. September 2016. Panel on civic engagement, Southern California Grantmakers annual conference. April 2016. Speaker, USC migration symposium. March 2016. Plenary speaker, Advancing Justice 2016 conference. March 2016. Plenary speaker, Asian Pacific Fund. March 2016. Speaker, Center for Asian American Media. March 2016. Plenary speaker, Community College League of California, Equity Summit. March 2016. Speaker, Affiliates of UC Riverside. February 2016. Speaker, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. January 2016. Speaker, Asian Pacific Fund. December 2015. Speaker, National Immigrant Integration Conference. November 2015. Speaker, UCR Homecoming panel. October 2015. Speaker, Grantmakers in the Arts national conference. September 2015. Plenary speaker, AAPI civic engagement summit, Wallace H. Coulter Foundation and Asian Americans Advancing Justice. May 2015. Panelist, Woodrow Wilson Center Alumni Day, panel on immigrant integration May 2015. Speaker, Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, civic engagement meeting April 2015. Plenary speaker, Hmong National Development, semi-annual conference April 2015. Plenary speaker, National South Asian Summit, semi-annual conference RAMAKRISHNAN Page 10 of 14 March 2015. Speaker, Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, national meeting March 2015. Speaker, Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote, national meeting March 2015. Speaker, Asian American Civic Engagement Fund, national meeting September 2014. Speaker, White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, launch of data.gov/AAPI September 2014. Speaker, panel on policy-relevant data at the annual Advancing Justice conference, Washington DC December 2013. Speaker, White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Regional Interagency Working Group summit May 2013. “Immigration and Race: Did the 2012 Election Change Anything?” University of Oregon. May 2013. “Place and Belonging: Policing Immigrant Lives at the State and Local Scales.” Roundtable at the Wayne Morse Center, University of Oregon. April 2013. “The Policy Priorities of South Asians.” Briefing on Capitol Hill for South Asian Americans Leading Together. April 2013. “2012 Post-Election Survey of Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders.” Briefing on Capitol Hill with Asian American Justice Center and Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote. March 2013. Asian American Demographic and Political Trends. The Inaugural Conference of the New Institute of American Cultures at UCLA. January 2013. “AAPIs’ Roles in the 2012 Election” Roundtable at the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Pearl Gala Briefing. September 2012. Roundtable on Race, Immigration, and the 2012 election. Purdue University. September 2012. “Immigrant Integration in Local Governments.” National Immigrant Integration Conference, Baltimore, MD. June 2012. “National Trends in Immigration and their Implications.” 2012 National Convening of Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants & Refugees (GCIR), Portland, OR. April 2012. “Polarized Change: The Politicization of U.S. Immigration at the State and Local Level.” Center for Migration and Development, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. April 2012. “Asian American Public Opinion and Political Participation.” Briefing to the Funders Committee on Civic Participation. November 2011. “Race, Illegality, and Public Opinion on Immigration.” Institute for the Social Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. October 2011. “Asian American Political Participation.” New York Immigration Seminar Series, CUNY Graduate Center. March 2011. “Asian American Political Participation and Immigrant Incorporation.” Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ. December 2009. “Immigrant Political Integration.” Plenary session of Globalization, Urbanization, and Ethnicity conference. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. October 2009. “Holding Ourselves Accountable: What do Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Really Think?” Plenary session of the Advancing Justice conference. Los Angeles, CA. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 11 of 14 April 2009. “Going Local: The New Politics of Immigration in the United States.” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento. Sacramento, CA. March 2009. “Increasing Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Citizens University Committee meeting. Riverside, CA. March 2009. “Immigrant Political Incorporation in Local Governments.” Plenary session presentation of Metropolis 2009 conference. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. February 2009. “Demographic Change and Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Leadership Southern California conference. Riverside, CA. November 2008. “Race, ethnicity, and the 2008 Election.” Presentation at the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies, UCLA. November 2008. “The 2008 Election in Historical Perspective.” Presentation at the 2008 Election Forum, University Theater, UC Riverside. October 2008. “South Asians in the 2008 Election.” Presentation to South Asian American Leaders for Tomorrow. Washington, D.C. (press call and phone/web conference presentation). October 2008. “Immigrant Political Incorporation: Going Beyond the Vote.” Presentation at Santa Clara University. Santa Clara, CA. October 2008. “Political Participation and Civic Voluntarism among Asian Americans.” Presentation at the Japanese American Cultural Center. Los Angeles, CA. September 2008. “Increasing Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Human Relations Council, City of Riverside, CA. April 2008. “Immigrant Integration and Civic Engagement.” Presentation at Immigrant Integration and the American Future conference, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA. March 2008. “Immigration Policies Go Local: The Varying Responses of Governments to Low-Skilled and Undocumented Immigration.” Presentation at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Washington, DC. March 2008. “Immigration and Local Ordinances.” Presentation at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Washington, DC. March 2008. “Immigrants and Immigration.” Presentation at the National League of Cities Congressional City Conference. Washington, DC. January 2008. “Demographic Change and Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Leadership Southern California conference. San Bernardino, CA. November 2007. “Immigration Policies Go Local: The Varying Responses of Governments to Low-Skilled and Undocumented Immigration.” Presentation at the Earl Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity. Berkeley, CA. October 2007. “Local Government Policies Towards Immigrants.” Presentation at the National League of Cities Immigration Taskforce. Los Angeles, CA. October 2007. “Building a Sense of Community in a Commuter Society.” Presentation at the Randall Lewis Seminar Series, Blakely Center for Sustainable Suburban Development. Riverside, CA. September 2007. “Immigrant Political Incorporation and Group-Level Dynamics.” Presentation at the Immigrant Political Incorporation Workshop, Harvard University. Cambridge, MA. September 2007. “Immigration Policies and Immigrant Integration at the Local Level.” Presentation at the California League of Cities conference. Sacramento, CA. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 12 of 14 April 2007. “When Immigration Policies Go Local: The Responses of Local Governments to Illegal Immigration Before and After HR 4437.” Plenary Session, The Third Cumbre of the Great Plains: Understanding Immigration and Changing Communities, Omaha, NE. March 2007. “Political Incorporation Reappraised: Immigrants, Cities, and Government Responsiveness to Underrepresented Groups.” University of California, Los Angeles. February 2007. “Police Practices in Immigrant-Destination Cities: Political Control or Bureaucratic Professionalism?” UCLA Immigration and Politics Workshop, Roger Waldinger, coordinator. February 2007. “Political Incorporation Reappraised: The Responsiveness of Local Governments to Immigrant Communities.” University of Southern California. August 2006. “Civic Inequalities: Immigrant Civic Participation and Community Organizations.” Presentation at Greenlining Institute (Berkeley, CA) and Latino Issues Forum (San Francisco). October 2005. “Demographic Shifts and their Implications for Community Arts.” Invited presentation at the Grantmakers In the Arts (GIA) annual conference, Los Angeles, CA. October 2004. “Asian Pacific American Demographics and Civic Engagement.” Presentation at the Political Institute of the Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment (CAUSE), Alhambra, CA. July 2004. “The Ties that Bind: Changing Demographics and Civic Engagement in California.” Presentation at the California Research Bureau, Sacramento, CA. June 2004. “The Ties that Bind: Changing Demographics and Civic Engagement in California.” Presentation at the American Democracy Project Conference, Carnegie Foundation, Palo Alto, CA. May 2004. “Civic Engagement Among Asian Americans in California.” Presentation at the Cultivating Asian American Leadership Conference, San Jose, CA. SKILLS Technical: STATA, WordPress, HTML/CSS, Adobe Creative Suite. Quantitative methods: Survey sampling, survey field operations in multiple languages and multiethnic populations, survey experiments. Qualitative methods: Elite interviews, focus group moderation and design, historical-institutional analysis. Languages: Proficient in Spanish and French. PH.D. STUDENTS ADVISED (chair) Tom Wong, 2011 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, UC San Diego (chair) Dino Bozonelos, 2012 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Victor Valley College (chair) Chris Haynes, 2013 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of New Haven (chair) Andrew Flores, 2015 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Mills College (chair) Nicholas Boushee, 2016 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, San Diego City College (chair) Andrea Silva, 2016 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of North Texas Curtis Ziniel, 2009 Ph.D., Lecturer at Liverpool Hope University, UK Jackie Filla, 2009 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chatham University D. Xavier Medina, 2012 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas Michael Rivera, 2014 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Texas-Austin Angela Garcia, 2015 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Chicago RAMAKRISHNAN Page 13 of 14 REFERENCES Anil Deolalikar, Founding Dean, School of Public Policy, UC Riverside Robert K. Ross, President and CEO, The California Endowment Mark Baldassare, President, Public Policy Institute of California and Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Planning, University of California, Irvine. Manuel Pastor, Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity, University of Southern California Jennifer Hochschild, Henry LaBarre Jayne Professor of Government, Harvard University Jennifer Lee, Professor, Sociology, University of California at Irvine Janelle Wong, Professor of Political Science, University of Maryland, College Park Michael Jones-Correa, Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania Taeku Lee, Professor of Political Science and Law, University of California at Berkeley Lois Takahashi, Professor and Associate Dean for Research, Luskin School of Public Affairs, UCLA Christine Chen, Executive Director, Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote Kiran Ahuja, former Executive Director, White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders RAMAKRISHNAN Page 14 of 14" } ["___content":protected]=> string(125) "

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KARTHICK RAMAKRISHNAN Curriculum Vitae January 2017 School of Public Policy, University of California, Riverside Riverside, CA 92521 karthick@ucr.edu (818) 305-4865 EMPLOYMENT University of California, Riverside CA Professor and Associate Dean, School of Public Policy (2014 – Present) Professor, Department of Political Science (2014 – Present) Associate Professor, Department of Political Science (2008 – 2014) Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science (2005 – 2008) Public Policy Institute of California, San Francisco CA Research Fellow, Governance (2002 –2005) EDUCATION Princeton University, Princeton NJ Ph.D. in Politics (June 2002) • Dissertation: Voters from Different Shores – Electoral Participation in Immigrant America Brown University, Providence RI B.A. magna cum laude in International Relations and Political Science (May 1996) RESEARCH INTERESTS Political and civic participation, immigration policy, policy process, federalism, public opinion, interest groups, Latino and Asian American politics HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS University of California, Riverside Member, Board of Directors, The California Endowment (2016-Present) Global Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Center (2015-Present) Commissioner, California Commission on Asian & Pacific Islander American Affairs (2014-Present) Adjunct Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California (2005-Present) Leader in Action, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (2015) Panel member, The Integration of Immigrants into American Society: National Academy of Sciences Study (2014-2015) Outstanding Faculty Award, Asian Pacific Student Programs, UC Riverside (2014) Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2012) Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation (2006, 2011) Fellow, Center for Ideas and Society, UC Riverside (2007, 2015) RAMAKRISHNAN Page 1 of 14 HONORS, AWARDS, AND FELLOWSHIPS (CONTD.) Extramural grants totaling over $3.5 million Russell Sage Foundation (2016) - $114,535 (lead PI Jennifer Lee, co-PIs Taeku Lee and Janelle Wong) Ford Foundation (2016) - $200,000 (lead PI T. Lee, co-PIs J. Lee and J. Wong) National Science Foundation (2016) - $507,000 (lead PI; co-PIs J. Lee, T. Lee, J. Wong) Carnegie Corporation of New York (2016) - $150,000 (lead PI; co-PIs J. Lee, T. Lee, J. Wong) The California Endowment (2016) - $105,000 James Irvine Foundation (2015) - $295,000 MacArthur Foundation (2015) - $27,000 UC Office of the President (2015) - $525,000 (MRPI grant, co-PI with campus representatives from UCI, UCLA, UCB, UCSD) Wallace H. Coulter Foundation (2013) - $360,000 James Irvine Foundation (2012) - $150,000 Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund (2012) - $75,000 Carnegie Corporation of New York (2012) - $50,000 Ford Foundation (2012) - $275,000 (co-PI with National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum) Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation (2012) - $25,000 (co-PI with NAPAWF) Asian American Justice Center (2012) - $75,000 Russell Sage Foundation (2008) - $201,500 (co-PI with Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong) James Irvine Foundation (2008) - $150,000 James Irvine Foundation (2006) - $170,000 Latino Policy Coalition (2006) - $40,000 (co-PI with Shaun Bowler) Russell Sage Foundation (2005) - $97,521 UCR Committee on Research award (2010) - $9,000 UC MEXUS (2006) - $1,500 (co-PI with Shaun Bowler) UCR Center for Ideas and Society Mellon Workshop (2010, 2011) - $3,000; $5,000 UCR CHASS Strategic Investment Fund award (2011) - $11,700 UCR Academic Senate research award (2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014) – awards ranging from $1,650 to $2,700 Princeton University Nominated for the E.E. Schattschneider Award for Best Dissertation in American Politics, American Political Science Association (2003) Princeton University Graduate Fellowship (1996 – 2001) Graduate Fellow, Mathey College (1999 – 2001) Mellon Foundation Summer Research Grant (1999) PUBLICATIONS Books Haynes, Chris, Jennifer Merolla, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2016. Framing Immigrants: News Coverage, Public Opinion and Policy. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 2 of 14 Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2015. The New Immigration Federalism. New York: Cambridge University Press. Wong, Janelle, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, Taeku Lee, and Jane Junn. 2011. Asian American Political Participation: Emerging Constituents and their Political Identities. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Irene Bloemraad, eds. 2008. Civic Hopes and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community Organizations, and Political Engagement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. (Refereed) Lee, Taeku, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramírez, eds. 2006. Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press. (Refereed) Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2005. Democracy in Immigrant America: Changing Demographics and Political Participation. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press. Journal Articles Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2016. “The President and Immigration Federalism,” Florida Law Review 68(1): 101-178. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2014. “Asian Americans And The Rainbow: The Prospects and Limits of Coalitional Politics,” Politics, Groups, and Identities 2(3): 522-529. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2014. “Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Urgency of Public Relevance,” Journal of Asian American Studies 17(1): 91–94. Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2013. “Immigration Federalism: A Reappraisal,” New York University Law Review NYU Law Review 88: 2074-2145. Merolla, Jennifer, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Chris Haynes. 2013. “‘Illegal,’ ‘Undocumented,’ or ‘Unauthorized’: Equivalency Frames, Issue Frames, and Public Opinion on Immigration,” Perspectives on Politics 11(3): 789-807. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Pratheepan Gulasekaram. 2012. “The Importance of the Political in Immigration Federalism,” Arizona State Law Journal 44: 1431-1488. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Celia Viramontes. 2010. “Civic Spaces: Mexican Hometown Associations and Immigrant Participation,” Journal of Social Issues 66(1): 155-173. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, Janelle Wong, Taeku Lee, and Jane Junn. 2009. “Race-Based Considerations and the Obama Vote,” Du Bois Review 6:1, 219-238. Lewis, Paul, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2007. “Police Practices in Immigrant-Destination Cities: Political Control or Bureaucratic Professionalism?” Urban Affairs Review 42:6, 874-900. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2004. “Second Generation Immigrants? The 2.5 Generation in the United States,” Social Science Quarterly 85:2, 380-399. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Thomas J. Espenshade. 2001. “Immigrant Incorporation and Political Participation in the United States,” International Migration Review 35:3, 870-909. Lien, Pei-te, Christian Collet, Janelle Wong, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2001. “Asian Pacific American Public Opinion and Political Participation,” PS: Political Science and Politics 34: 3, 625-630. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 3 of 14 Public Datasets Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong. 2011. National Asian American Survey, 2008. ICPSR31481-v1. Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. Book Chapters Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Sono Shah. 2016. “Latinos, Asian Americans, and the Volunteerism/Voting Gap,” in Casey A. Klofstad, ed., New Advances in the Study of Civic Voluntarism: Resources, Engagement, and Recruitment. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Haynes, Chris, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2016. “How Much Do They Help? Ethnic Media and Political Knowledge in the United States,” in Antoine Bilodeau, ed., Just Ordinary Citizens?: Towards A Comparative Portrait Of The Political Immigrant. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2013. “Incorporation versus Assimilation: The Need for Conceptual Differentiation,” in Jennifer Hochschild, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, Claudine Gay, and Michael JonesCorrea, Models of Immigrant Political Incorporation. New York: Oxford University Press. Junn, Jane, Taeku Lee, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Janelle Wong. 2011. “Asian American Public Opinion,” in Robert Shapiro and Lawrence Jacobs, eds., The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media, pp. 520-534. New York: Oxford University Press. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick and Tom K. Wong. 2010. “Partisanship, Not Spanish: Explaining Municipal Ordinances Affecting Undocumented Immigrants,” in Monica Varsanyi, ed. Taking Local Control: Immigration Policy Activism in U.S. Cities and States. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Irene Bloemraad. 2008. “Introduction,” and “Making Organizations Count: Case Studies in California,” in S. Karthick Ramakrishnan and Irene Bloemraad, eds. Civic Roots and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community Organizations, and Political Engagement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2006. “But Do They Bowl? Race, Immigrant Incorporation, and Civic Voluntarism in the United States,” in Taeku Lee, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramirez, eds., Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press. Lee, Taeku, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramirez. 2006. “Introduction” and “Conclusions,” in Taeku Lee, Karthick Ramakrishnan, and Ricardo Ramirez, eds., Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States, University of Virginia Press. Peer Reviewed Research Monographs Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Allan Colbern. 2015. “The California Package: Immigrant Integration and the Evolving Nature of State Citizenship,” Policy Matters 6:3. 19 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, Dino Bozonelos, Louise Hendrickson, and Tom K. Wong. 2008. “Inland Gaps: Civic Inequalities in a High Growth Region,” Policy Matters 2:1. 19 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Celia Viramontes. 2006. Civic Inequalities: Immigrant Volunteerism and Community Organizations in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 164 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Paul Lewis. 2005. Immigrants and Local Governance: The View From City Hall. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 136 pages. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 4 of 14 Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Hans Johnson. 2005. The Immigrant Second Generation in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 20 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Mark Baldassare. 2004. The Ties That Bind: Changing Demographics and Civic Engagement in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California. 128 pages. Reference Articles Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2008. “Political Participation and Civic Voluntarism.” In Paul Ong, ed., The State of Asian America: Trajectory of Civic and Political Engagement. Los Angeles, CA: LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “Immigrant Politics: Electoral Politics.” In James Ciment and Immanuel Ness, eds., Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “Immigrant Politics: Political Activism.” In James Ciment and Immanuel Ness, eds., Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “Immigrant Politics: The Home Country.” In James Ciment and Immanuel Ness, eds., Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick. 2000. “César Chavez” and “Eugene Talmadge.” In Waldo E. Martin, Jr., and Patricia Sullivan, eds., Civil Rights in the United States. New York: Macmillan Reference. Policy Reports Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Farah Ahmad. 2014. State of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Washington, DC: Center for American Progress. 110 pages. Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, and Pratheepan Gulasekaram. 2014. Understanding Immigration Federalism in the United States. Washington, DC: Center for American Progress. 41 pages. Gulasekaram, Pratheepan, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. 2012. “Restrictive State and Local Immigration Laws: Solutions in Search of Problems,” Advance: The Journal of the American Constitutional Society Issue Groups 6:1, 5-21. Works In Preparation Lee, Taeku, and Karthick Ramakrishnan, “Bolting Blue: What Explains the Partisan Shift Among Asian Americans?” Pietsch, Juliet, and Karthick Ramakrishnan, Participation Without Empowerment: Comparing Asian Immigrants in Australia and the United States PAPER AND BOOK PRESENTATIONS The New Immigration Federalism (book) • Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC San Diego, February 2016 • Stanford University, February 2016 • UCLA Immigration Group, October 2015 • Urban Institute, September 2015 • Yale University, September 2015 National Academies report on immigrant integration • National Academies (Irvine campus), May 2016 • California Office of the Governor, May 2016 • California Community Foundation, May 2016 RAMAKRISHNAN Page 5 of 14 • Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management, December 2015 “Immigrant Inclusion and Subfederal Citizenship in the United States” (with Allan Colbern) • American Political Science Association, September 2016. “Punishing the President’s Party? Japanese American Responses to Internment” (with Chris Haynes) • American Political Science Association, September 2016. “Asian Americans, Affirmative Action, and the Prospects for Rainbow Coalition Politics” (with Sono Shah) • American Political Science Association, August 2014. “Polarized Change: Introducing a Political Model of Immigration Federalism” • University of Oregon, May 2013. “Bolting Blue: What Explains the Dramatic Change in Asian American Voting Patterns?” • Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Consortium. Seattle, May 2013. 2012 National Asian American Survey • Asian Pacific American Legal Center, Los Angeles, October 2012. • Advancing Justice conference, Chicago, September 2012. • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington DC, September 2012. “Framing the Dream Act in News Media and Public Opinion” (with Chris Haynes and Jennifer Merolla) • Children, Youth, and Families in Migration Conference, UCLA, February 2012. • Western Political Science Association. Los Angeles, March 2013. “The Role of Ethnic Media in Shaping Political Knowledge in a Racially Diverse Electorate” (with Chris Haynes) • Western Political Science Association. Los Angeles, March 2013. • Politics, Groups and Identities Journal workshop. Purdue University, September 2012. “Coloring Obama: The Political Consequences of Skin Tone Evaluations” (with Matt Barreto) • Western Political Science Association. Portland, March 2011. “Using the National Asian American Survey’s Weighted and Unweighted Data.” • American Political Science Association. Seattle, September 2011. “Legal Status, National Origin Cues, and Public Opinion on Immigration” (with Kevin Esterling, Mike Neblo, and David Lazer) • American Political Science Association. Seattle, September 2011. “Restrictive Action towards Same-Sex Marriage: Race, Religion, and the Gender Gap” (with Andrew Flores) • Western Political Science Association. San Antonio, April 2011. “Moved by Illegality? Experimental Approaches to Public Opinion on Immigration” (with Jennifer Merolla) • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2011. “Space, Place, and Asian American Politics: Evidence from the 2008 National Asian American Survey” (with Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong) • American Political Science Association. Washington, D.C., September 2010. “What Kind of Immigrant? Framing Effects and Attitudes Towards Immigration in the United States” (with Kevin Esterling, David Lazer, and Michael Neblo) • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2010. Summary report of the 2008 National Asian American Survey (with Jane Junn, Taeku Lee, and Janelle Wong) • National Press Club. Washington DC., October 2008. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 6 of 14 • Davidson Conference Center, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, October 2008. • John D. and Catharine T. MacArthur Foundation. Chicago, April 2009. • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2009. “Demography is not Destiny: Institutional Factors and Law Enforcement Decisions on Immigration Enforcement.” • Conference on Underrepresented Groups in Subnational Politics. Rice University, May 2009. “Terrorism or Immigration: The Underpinnings of American Public Opinion on Border Enforcement” (with Sylvia Manzano) • Western Political Science Association. San Diego, March 2009. “Survey Sampling and Multiethnic Populations” • Western Political Science Association. San Diego, March 2008. “Civic Engagement Across Borders: The Promise and Challenge of Mexican Immigrant Hometown Associations.” (with Celia Viramontes) • American Political Science Association. Chicago, September 2007. “Civic Invisibility? The Civic and Political Stratification of Immigrant and Mainstream Community Organizations.” (with Irene Bloemraad) • American Sociological Association. Montreal, August 2006. • American Political Science Association. Philadelphia, September 2006. “Latino Civic Organizing in Comparative Perspective: How Individual, Community and Contextual Determinants Shape Civic and Political Participation” (with Shannon Gleeson and Irene Bloemraad) • American Sociological Association. Montreal, August 2006. “The Civic Presence of Mainstream and Ethnic Organizations.” • Moynihan Institute of Public Affairs, Syracuse University, October 2005. • American Political Science Association. Washington, DC, September 2005. “Varying Conceptions of Voluntarism Among Immigrants in the United States.” • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2005. “Principals or Agents in Charge? Understanding Police Practices Concerning Immigrant Residents.” (with Paul Lewis) • Western Political Science Association. Oakland, March 2005. “Studying the Effects of Language Provisions Under the Voting Rights Act.” (with Michael Jones-Correa) • Western Political Science Association. Portland, March 2004. “Open Arms? The Receptivity of Cities and Local Officials to Immigrants and Their Concerns.” (with Paul Lewis) • American Political Science Association. Chicago, September 2004. “But Do They Bowl? Race, Immigrant Adaptation and Civic Voluntarism in the United States.” • American Political Science Association. Philadelphia, August 2003. • “A Nation of Immigrants” Conference. Institute of Governmental Studies. University of California, Berkeley, May 2003. “Beyond the Ballot Box: Political Participation and Racial Inequality in California.” • Western Political Science Association. Denver, March 2003. “Children of Mixed Nativity: Accounting for the ‘2.5 Generation.’” RAMAKRISHNAN Page 7 of 14 • Population Association of America. Atlanta, May 2002. “Unpacking the Backlash: Political Threat, Institutional Mobilization, and Immigrant Electoral Participation.” • American Political Science Association. San Francisco, September 2001. “The Political Incorporation of Immigrants and Their Descendants.” • Population Association of America. Washington, D.C., March 2001. “Generation Gaps: Race, Immigrant Incorporation, and Voting Participation.” • American Political Science Association. Washington, D.C., September 2000. • Conference on Immigrant Political Participation in New York City, CUNY Graduate Center, June 2000. “Political Participation and Immigrant Incorporation: Generational Status and Voting Behavior in U.S. Elections.” • Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, April 2000. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Political Science and Public Policy July 2014 – Present. Founding editor, Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, an official section journal of the American Political Science Association. Jan 2016 – Oct 2016. Organizer of Elevate: AAPI Data Challenge with White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Washington DC. Sep 2015. Presley Center conference organizing May 2015. Organizer, Second Annual AAPI Research and Data summit, Washington DC May 2015. Organizer, forum on think tank diversity, co-sponsored with Urban Institute and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars May 2015. Co-organizer, hearing of Assembly Committee on Higher Education on student diversity and success at UC Riverside Apr 2015. Organizer, meeting and public hearing of California Commission on APIA Affairs held at UC Riverside Aug 2014. Organizer, forum on improving think tank diversity, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (with subsequent discussion at an online forum organized by PBS NewsHour) May 2014. Organizer, AAPI Research and Data Summit, Washington DC March 2011 – March 2014. Member, Executive Council, Western Political Science Association. Sep 2011 – Present. Member, Committee on the Status of Asian Pacific Americans in the Profession, Western Political Science Association. Aug 2005 – 2016. Organizer, Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Colloquium (PRIEC), a national conference series for scholars working on issues of race, immigration, and ethnicity. Sep 2010 – Sep 2012. Co-President, Race, Ethnicity, and Politics section of the American Political Science Association. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 8 of 14 Sep 2010 – Aug 2011. Committee member, E.E. Schattschneider Award for best dissertation in American Politics, American Political Science Association. Sep 2007 – Aug 2010. Member, Committee on Civic Education, American Political Science Association. Sep 2005 – Aug 2007. Executive committee member, APSA Section on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics. July 2006 – Sep 2008. Founder and co-editor, ImmigrantPolitics.org, an information source of news and scholarship on immigrants in the United States and abroad. Sep 2001 – Sep 2010. Executive committee member, Asian Pacific American Caucus, an American Political Science Association (APSA) Related Group. May 2003. Conference organizer, “A Nation of Immigrants: Ethnic Identity and Political Participation.” University of California, Berkeley. (Co-organizers: Bruce Cain, Jack Citrin, Taeku Lee and Ricardo Ramirez). Ongoing. Anonymous reviewer, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, International Migration Review, American Politics Review, Social Science Quarterly. University Service 2010 – Present. Director, Immigration Research Group at UC Riverside. May 2016 – Present. Co-chair, UC Riverside Committee on Social Innovation. Dec 2016 – Present. Member, WASC Re-Accreditation Committee, UC Riverside. Jan 2016. Search committee, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion. Sep 2014. Search committee, Vice Provost for Academic Personnel. June 2014. Search committee, Assistant Dean/CFAO, School of Public Policy. 2012 – 2014. Chair, undergraduate committee, Department of Political Science. 2005 – 2012. Member, Public Policy Initiative committee. Sep 2009 – Aug 2010. Committee on Advancement, UCR 2020: The Path to Preeminence. Sep 2008 – Aug 2010. Graduate Council, UCR Academic Senate. Feb 2011, 2016 – On-site reviewer, University of California Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship. 2005 – 2016. Founder and co-editor, Policy Matters, a quarterly publication by UCR faculty on policy issues at the national, state, and local levels. Other Professional Activities December 2016. Presentation to the board of the James Irvine Foundation, San Francisco, CA. November 2016. Invited participant, strategic convening on improving racial diversity in research and policy organizations, Urban Institute, Washington DC. September 2016. Invited speaker, meeting of AAPI44, meeting of all Asian American and Pacific Islander appointees of the Obama administration, Washington, DC. April 2016. Invited guest, White House briefing on diversity and inclusion, White House, Washington DC. November 2015. Organizer, strategic convening with national and state foundations, community organizations, and researchers on immigration policy innovation at the state level, Riverside CA. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 9 of 14 June 2015. Invited participant, strategic conversation on immigration policy research, Russell Sage Foundation. May 2015. Invited participant, AAPI Leaders Conference, White House, Washington DC. December 2014 – September 2015. Advisory board, report on AAPI higher education by Campaign for College Opportunity and Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles. April 2014. Panelist, “Our Diverse Nation: The Many Faces of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders,” Center for American Progress, Washington DC January 2013 – Present. Asian American/Pacific Islander Theme Study Advisory Board, National Park Service. June 2012. Presentation to the board of the James Irvine Foundation, San Francisco, CA. September 2009 to October 2009. Proposal review committee, James Irvine Foundation. May 2007 to April 2008. Consultant on diversity and civic engagement, Institute for Local Government. January 2003 to July 2005. Member, Institutional Review Board, Public Policy Institute of California. January 2003 to July 2005. Member, Dissertation Fellow search committee, Public Policy Institute of California. INVITED PRESENTATIONS September 2016. Panel on race and politics, Race+Justice: theAtlantic Live, Los Angeles. September 2016. Plenary speaker, Cornell University “Educate the Vote” event. September 2016. Plenary speaker, United Chinese Americans national conference. September 2016. Panel on civic engagement, Southern California Grantmakers annual conference. April 2016. Speaker, USC migration symposium. March 2016. Plenary speaker, Advancing Justice 2016 conference. March 2016. Plenary speaker, Asian Pacific Fund. March 2016. Speaker, Center for Asian American Media. March 2016. Plenary speaker, Community College League of California, Equity Summit. March 2016. Speaker, Affiliates of UC Riverside. February 2016. Speaker, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. January 2016. Speaker, Asian Pacific Fund. December 2015. Speaker, National Immigrant Integration Conference. November 2015. Speaker, UCR Homecoming panel. October 2015. Speaker, Grantmakers in the Arts national conference. September 2015. Plenary speaker, AAPI civic engagement summit, Wallace H. Coulter Foundation and Asian Americans Advancing Justice. May 2015. Panelist, Woodrow Wilson Center Alumni Day, panel on immigrant integration May 2015. Speaker, Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, civic engagement meeting April 2015. Plenary speaker, Hmong National Development, semi-annual conference April 2015. Plenary speaker, National South Asian Summit, semi-annual conference RAMAKRISHNAN Page 10 of 14 March 2015. Speaker, Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, national meeting March 2015. Speaker, Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote, national meeting March 2015. Speaker, Asian American Civic Engagement Fund, national meeting September 2014. Speaker, White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, launch of data.gov/AAPI September 2014. Speaker, panel on policy-relevant data at the annual Advancing Justice conference, Washington DC December 2013. Speaker, White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Regional Interagency Working Group summit May 2013. “Immigration and Race: Did the 2012 Election Change Anything?” University of Oregon. May 2013. “Place and Belonging: Policing Immigrant Lives at the State and Local Scales.” Roundtable at the Wayne Morse Center, University of Oregon. April 2013. “The Policy Priorities of South Asians.” Briefing on Capitol Hill for South Asian Americans Leading Together. April 2013. “2012 Post-Election Survey of Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders.” Briefing on Capitol Hill with Asian American Justice Center and Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote. March 2013. Asian American Demographic and Political Trends. The Inaugural Conference of the New Institute of American Cultures at UCLA. January 2013. “AAPIs’ Roles in the 2012 Election” Roundtable at the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Pearl Gala Briefing. September 2012. Roundtable on Race, Immigration, and the 2012 election. Purdue University. September 2012. “Immigrant Integration in Local Governments.” National Immigrant Integration Conference, Baltimore, MD. June 2012. “National Trends in Immigration and their Implications.” 2012 National Convening of Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants & Refugees (GCIR), Portland, OR. April 2012. “Polarized Change: The Politicization of U.S. Immigration at the State and Local Level.” Center for Migration and Development, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. April 2012. “Asian American Public Opinion and Political Participation.” Briefing to the Funders Committee on Civic Participation. November 2011. “Race, Illegality, and Public Opinion on Immigration.” Institute for the Social Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. October 2011. “Asian American Political Participation.” New York Immigration Seminar Series, CUNY Graduate Center. March 2011. “Asian American Political Participation and Immigrant Incorporation.” Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ. December 2009. “Immigrant Political Integration.” Plenary session of Globalization, Urbanization, and Ethnicity conference. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. October 2009. “Holding Ourselves Accountable: What do Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Really Think?” Plenary session of the Advancing Justice conference. Los Angeles, CA. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 11 of 14 April 2009. “Going Local: The New Politics of Immigration in the United States.” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento. Sacramento, CA. March 2009. “Increasing Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Citizens University Committee meeting. Riverside, CA. March 2009. “Immigrant Political Incorporation in Local Governments.” Plenary session presentation of Metropolis 2009 conference. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. February 2009. “Demographic Change and Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Leadership Southern California conference. Riverside, CA. November 2008. “Race, ethnicity, and the 2008 Election.” Presentation at the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies, UCLA. November 2008. “The 2008 Election in Historical Perspective.” Presentation at the 2008 Election Forum, University Theater, UC Riverside. October 2008. “South Asians in the 2008 Election.” Presentation to South Asian American Leaders for Tomorrow. Washington, D.C. (press call and phone/web conference presentation). October 2008. “Immigrant Political Incorporation: Going Beyond the Vote.” Presentation at Santa Clara University. Santa Clara, CA. October 2008. “Political Participation and Civic Voluntarism among Asian Americans.” Presentation at the Japanese American Cultural Center. Los Angeles, CA. September 2008. “Increasing Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Human Relations Council, City of Riverside, CA. April 2008. “Immigrant Integration and Civic Engagement.” Presentation at Immigrant Integration and the American Future conference, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA. March 2008. “Immigration Policies Go Local: The Varying Responses of Governments to Low-Skilled and Undocumented Immigration.” Presentation at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Washington, DC. March 2008. “Immigration and Local Ordinances.” Presentation at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Washington, DC. March 2008. “Immigrants and Immigration.” Presentation at the National League of Cities Congressional City Conference. Washington, DC. January 2008. “Demographic Change and Civic Involvement in the Inland Empire.” Presentation at the Leadership Southern California conference. San Bernardino, CA. November 2007. “Immigration Policies Go Local: The Varying Responses of Governments to Low-Skilled and Undocumented Immigration.” Presentation at the Earl Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity. Berkeley, CA. October 2007. “Local Government Policies Towards Immigrants.” Presentation at the National League of Cities Immigration Taskforce. Los Angeles, CA. October 2007. “Building a Sense of Community in a Commuter Society.” Presentation at the Randall Lewis Seminar Series, Blakely Center for Sustainable Suburban Development. Riverside, CA. September 2007. “Immigrant Political Incorporation and Group-Level Dynamics.” Presentation at the Immigrant Political Incorporation Workshop, Harvard University. Cambridge, MA. September 2007. “Immigration Policies and Immigrant Integration at the Local Level.” Presentation at the California League of Cities conference. Sacramento, CA. RAMAKRISHNAN Page 12 of 14 April 2007. “When Immigration Policies Go Local: The Responses of Local Governments to Illegal Immigration Before and After HR 4437.” Plenary Session, The Third Cumbre of the Great Plains: Understanding Immigration and Changing Communities, Omaha, NE. March 2007. “Political Incorporation Reappraised: Immigrants, Cities, and Government Responsiveness to Underrepresented Groups.” University of California, Los Angeles. February 2007. “Police Practices in Immigrant-Destination Cities: Political Control or Bureaucratic Professionalism?” UCLA Immigration and Politics Workshop, Roger Waldinger, coordinator. February 2007. “Political Incorporation Reappraised: The Responsiveness of Local Governments to Immigrant Communities.” University of Southern California. August 2006. “Civic Inequalities: Immigrant Civic Participation and Community Organizations.” Presentation at Greenlining Institute (Berkeley, CA) and Latino Issues Forum (San Francisco). October 2005. “Demographic Shifts and their Implications for Community Arts.” Invited presentation at the Grantmakers In the Arts (GIA) annual conference, Los Angeles, CA. October 2004. “Asian Pacific American Demographics and Civic Engagement.” Presentation at the Political Institute of the Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment (CAUSE), Alhambra, CA. July 2004. “The Ties that Bind: Changing Demographics and Civic Engagement in California.” Presentation at the California Research Bureau, Sacramento, CA. June 2004. “The Ties that Bind: Changing Demographics and Civic Engagement in California.” Presentation at the American Democracy Project Conference, Carnegie Foundation, Palo Alto, CA. May 2004. “Civic Engagement Among Asian Americans in California.” Presentation at the Cultivating Asian American Leadership Conference, San Jose, CA. SKILLS Technical: STATA, WordPress, HTML/CSS, Adobe Creative Suite. Quantitative methods: Survey sampling, survey field operations in multiple languages and multiethnic populations, survey experiments. Qualitative methods: Elite interviews, focus group moderation and design, historical-institutional analysis. Languages: Proficient in Spanish and French. PH.D. STUDENTS ADVISED (chair) Tom Wong, 2011 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, UC San Diego (chair) Dino Bozonelos, 2012 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Victor Valley College (chair) Chris Haynes, 2013 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of New Haven (chair) Andrew Flores, 2015 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Mills College (chair) Nicholas Boushee, 2016 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, San Diego City College (chair) Andrea Silva, 2016 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of North Texas Curtis Ziniel, 2009 Ph.D., Lecturer at Liverpool Hope University, UK Jackie Filla, 2009 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chatham University D. Xavier Medina, 2012 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas Michael Rivera, 2014 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Texas-Austin Angela Garcia, 2015 Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Chicago RAMAKRISHNAN Page 13 of 14 REFERENCES Anil Deolalikar, Founding Dean, School of Public Policy, UC Riverside Robert K. Ross, President and CEO, The California Endowment Mark Baldassare, President, Public Policy Institute of California and Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Planning, University of California, Irvine. Manuel Pastor, Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity, University of Southern California Jennifer Hochschild, Henry LaBarre Jayne Professor of Government, Harvard University Jennifer Lee, Professor, Sociology, University of California at Irvine Janelle Wong, Professor of Political Science, University of Maryland, College Park Michael Jones-Correa, Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania Taeku Lee, Professor of Political Science and Law, University of California at Berkeley Lois Takahashi, Professor and Associate Dean for Research, Luskin School of Public Affairs, UCLA Christine Chen, Executive Director, Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote Kiran Ahuja, former Executive Director, White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders RAMAKRISHNAN Page 14 of 14" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2017-07-05 16:32:13" ["comment_status"]=> string(4) "open" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(12) "ramakrishnan" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2019-03-05 16:30:08" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2019-03-06 00:30:08" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["guid"]=> string(55) "http://www.ppic.org/wp-content/uploads/Ramakrishnan.pdf" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_mime_type"]=> string(15) "application/pdf" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" ["status"]=> string(7) "inherit" ["attachment_authors"]=> bool(false) }