Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Professor Anastasia Gorodzeisky

Head, International M.A. Program in Migration Studies

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

School of Social  and Policy Studies

Faculty of Social Sciences 

Tel Aviv University,  Israel


Selected Recent Publications:

A. Gorodzeisky, A. (2021). The Influx of Refugees and Temporal Change in Attitudes towards Asylum Seekers: A cross-national Perspective. European Sociological Review.

A. Gorodzeisky and I. Leykin. 2021. On the West–East Methodological Bias in Measuring International Migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. [The authors contributed equally to this work]

A.Gorodzeisky and I. Leykin. 2020. When Borders Migrate: Reconstructing the Category of ‘International Migrant’. Sociology. [The authors contributed equally to this work]
         *Israeli Sociological Association Best Paper Award.

         *Research driven animation

A.Gorodzeisky and A. Richards. 2020. Do Immigrants Trust Trade Unions? A Study of 18 European Countries.  British Journal of Industrial Relations.

A.Gorodzeisky and A. Glikman. 2018. Two Peoples – Two Stories: Anti-Immigrant Attitudes in Post-Socialist Russia.  Social Problems, 65: 543-563.

A.Gorodzeisky and M. Semyonov. 2018. Competitive Threat and Temporal Change in Anti-Immigrant Sentiment: Insights from a Hierarchical Age-Period-Cohort Model. Social Science Research, 73: 31-44.

A.Gorodzeisky and M. Semyonov. 2017. Labor Force Participation, Unemployment and Occupational Attainment among Immigrants in West European Countries. PLoS ONE, 12(5):e0176856.


Recent research interests:

Global Migration and Immigrant Integration

Cross-National Comparative Sociology

Attitudes toward Immigrants and Immigration

Politics of Knowledge