Faculty Publications

2021

Catherine Panter-Brick
Humanitarian research with Syrian refugees can be difficult to conduct in-person, due to COVID-19 containment, security, and logistics issues. We assessed whether the online implementation of a brief, culturally grounded resilience measure would yield reliable responses for use with children and...
Catherine Panter-Brick
This article examines how notions of solidarity, social justice, and faith guide humanitarian work at the U.S.-Mexico border. Based on interviews and participant observation in three regions, it examines the narratives of lay and religious actors servingmigrants, refugees, and asylum-seekers,...
Marcia Inhorn
Since the Iraq war, the Middle East has been in continuous upheaval, resulting in the displacement of millions of people. Arriving from Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine, and Syria in other parts of the world, the refugees show remarkable resilience and creativity amidst profound adversity. Through...
Marcia Inhorn
The plight of forcibly displaced persons may have lost the spotlight in the  global  news  cycle  due  to  the  COVID-19  pandemic,  but  the  Middle  Eastern  refugee crisis has continued unabated. Nearly 80 million people have been forcibly displaced, including millions of Afghans, Iraqis,...
Hani Mowafi
Background: Arabic-speaking refugees are the largest group of resettled persons in the United States since 2008, yet little is known about their rates of healthcare access, utilization and satisfaction. Methods: From January to December 2019, a household survey was conducted of Arabic-speaking...