Table of contents for Twenty-first century gateways : immigrant incorporation in suburban America / Audrey Singer, Susan W. Hardwick, and Caroline B. Brettell, editors.

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Contents
Foreword
Henry Cisneros
Acknowledgments
Part I. The New Metropolitan Geography of Immigration
1. Introduction	
Audrey Singer
2. Toward a Suburban Immigrant Nation
Susan W. Hardwick 
Part II. Emerging Gateways: The Leading Edge of Change
3. "Big D": Incorporating New Immigrants in a Sunbelt Suburban Metropolis
Caroline B. Brettell
 
4. Diverging Trajectories: Asian and Latino Immigration in Metropolitan Phoenix
Alex Oberle and Wei Li
5. Unsettled in the Suburbs: Latino Immigration and Ethnic Diversity in Metro Atlanta
Mary E. Odem 
6. Edge Gateways: Immigrants, Suburbs, and the Politics of Reception in Metropolitan
Washington
Marie Price and Audrey Singer 
Part III. Re-Emerging Gateways: Attracting Immigrants Again
7. Immigrant Space and Place in Suburban Sacramento
Robin Datel and Dennis Dingemans 
8. Impediments to the Integration of Immigrants: A Case Study in the Twin Cities
Katherine Fennelly and Myron Orfield
9. "Placing" the Refugee Diaspora to Suburban Portland, Oregon
Susan W. Hardwick and James E. Meacham 
Part IV. Pre-Emerging Gateways: Unexpected Change 
10. Austin: The New Twenty-First-Century Immigrant Metropolis
Emily Skop and Tara Buentello
 
11. The "Nuevo South": Latino Place Making and Community Building in the Middle-Ring Suburbs of 
Charlotte
Heather A. Smith and Owen J. Furuseth 
Afterword: Coming to Terms with Federal and Immigration Reform
Audrey Singer, Caroline Brettell and Susan W. Hardwick
Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Immigrants -- United States.
Social integration -- United States.
Suburbs -- United States.
Metropolitan areas -- United States.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.