Neda Maghbouleh BA (Smith) MA, PhD (University of California) is Assistant Professor of Sociology. Dr. Maghbouleh’s work addresses racism and immigration, with a particular interest in groups from the broad Middle East. Her first book, The Limits of Whiteness: Iranian Americans and the Everyday Politics of Race is out in September 2017 with Stanford University Press. Research currently on-the-go includes a SSHRC/IRCC-funded project on stress and the integration of Syrian newcomer mothers in Toronto and Peel regions (with Melissa Milkie and Ito Peng) and survey research on the “new U.S. racial and ethnic hierarchy” (with Ariela Schachter and René Flores). She frequently provides commentary to media outlets like CTV News, Global News, NPR Code Switch, Salon, Toronto Star, Vice, and Vox.