My work focuses on two areas. The first one is identity and group formation, with a focus on processes of racialization, and ethnic and nation formation. My second area of interest is the political economy of inequality.

Overview  |  Research  |  Grants/Awards  |  Teaching  |  Publications


José Itzigsohn graduated from Johns Hopkins in 1995. He is the author of "Developing Poverty" (Penn State, 2000). This book compares the formation of the informal economy in Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic and analyzes how different state policies affect the structure of the labor market and policies. He has also published numerous journal articles and book chapters on racial identity formation and the emergence of panethnicity among first and second generation immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean, and on the transnational aspects of immigrant lives.

Curricum Vitae

Download Jose Itzigsohn's Curriculum Vitae in PDF Format

Phone: +1 401 863 2528
E-mail: Jose_Itzigsohn@Brown.EDU

Jose Itzigsohn's Brown Research URL:

Are you Jose Itzigsohn? Click here to edit your research profile.

Back to search page

Back to search results

Research at Brown: The Directory of Research and Researchers: Research Profile Brown Research home page
Contact Us Search