Follow the links below to explore resources available to support you in the classroom or in your own research.
Important works, which provide a general overview of U.S. immigration history.
A collection of digital primary sources and other resources curated by various institutions.
Connect with other immigration scholars and teachers.
Classic and modern literary works that deal with immigration and immigrant and diaspora communities.
Engaging works of non-fiction that center the experiences of immigrants.
Stories told from diverse perspectives appropriate for use in elementary and middle school classrooms.
Powerful films that document immigration and immigrants’ lives.
An extensive list of fictional works of film that depict diverse immigrant experiences.
Useful and informative podcasts to provide context for ongoing immigration debates and historical issues.