John Mollenkopf

Director, Center for Urban Research and CUNY professor

John Mollenkopf appears in the following:

Census Results: What They Say About Queens

Friday, March 25, 2011

John Mollenkopf, director of the Center for Urban Research and Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Sociology at the CUNY, discusses what the census results reveal about Queens.

→ Listen, Explore Our Interactive Census Maps, Read a Recap, and Add Your Comments at It's A Free Country

Talking Politics: Voter Registration

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The deadline to register to vote in this fall’s local elections is Friday. John Mollenkopf, director of the Center for Urban Research at CUNY, discusses recent voter registration patterns and what they tell us about the changing political climate in NYC and beyond.

Have you already registered? Are you a first-time voter in New York? Switching your affiliation? We want your voter-registration stories!

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Your Anecdotal Census: Manhattan

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

→ We're collecting your Anecdotal Census. Add your stories about Manhattan here!

John Mollenkopf, the director of the Center for Urban Research and professor of political science and sociology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, joins the conversation on Manhattan's anecdotal census.  He is the co-editor of the Urban Politics Reader and the co-author of Inheriting the City: The Children of Immigrants Come By Age.

Then, Dr. Ramona Hernandez, professor of sociology and director of the Dominican Studies Institute at the City College of New York, discusses the changing demographics of Dominicans in Manhattan. And Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer talks about the policy implications of all the demographic changes.

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Children of Immigrants: Adapting to Life in NYC

Thursday, June 26, 2008

A groundbreaking study examines how well recent immigrants and their children are becoming part of society in metropolitan New York. Philip Kasinitz and John Mollenkopf are two of the co-authors of the new book Inheriting the City: The Children of Immigrants Come of Age.

If you’re the child of ...

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