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The New Bostonians: How Immigrants Have Transformed Boston Since the 1960s

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FURTHER READING

Books

Johnson, Marilynn S. The New Bostonians: How Immigrants Have Transformed the Metro Area Since the 1960s. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2015.  

Halter, Marilyn; Johnson, Marilynn S; Wright, Conrad Edick; Viens, Katheryn P; eds. “The Metropolitan Diaspora: New Immigrants in Greater Boston,” What’s New about the New Immigration? Traditions and Transformations in the US Since 1965. Palgrave McMillan, 2014.

What’s New about the New Immigration: Traditions and Transformations in the United States Since 1965, edited by Marilynn Johnson, Marilyn Halter, Conrad Edick Wright, and Katheryn P. Viens (Palgrave McMillan, 2014).

Johnson, Marilynn S. “’The Quiet Revival’: New Immigrants and the Transformation of Christianity in Greater Boston,” Religion and American Culture 24:2 (Summer 2014): 231-58.

Articles

Johnson, Marilynn S. “New Boston Sprang from the 1965 Immigration Act,” Boston Globe (Ideas section), September 27, 2015.

Johnson, Marilynn S. “Thirty Years Later, Remembering Boston’s Wave of Anti-Immigrant Violence,” Boston Globe (op-ed), May 22, 2015.