Anastasia Mann
Director
Program on Immigration and Democracy at the Eagleton Institute
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Anastasia (Stacy) Mann is Director of the Program on Immigration and Democracy. She earned a B.A. from Clark University, and a Ph.D. in U.S. History from Northwestern University. Mann's dissertation, All for One, but Most for Some, examined how the push for veterans’ rights during World War II undercut the movement for universal security and, as often as not, drew arbitrary distinctions among groups of hardworking Americans. She began her postgraduate career at the Russell Sage Foundation and has taught undergraduates at Northwestern and Princeton. She is a contributor to the Encyclopedia of U.S. Labor and Working Class History (Routledge, 2006). A graduate of Leadership NJ (Class of 2007), Mann is a chair of the Human Services Commission in Princeton. Mann was appointed to the first-ever New Jersey Commission on New Americans. She serves as chair of the Education Committee.
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