Daniel Tichenor, Department of Political Science

Daniel Tichenor

Academic Areas:
Immigration, Elections, Politics

Daniel Tichenor is an academic expert in U.S. immigration history and politics, and has published extensively on the development of American immigration law and policy, patterns of anti-immigrant nativism, and national struggles over unauthorized immigration, refugees, and legal immigration priorities. He also studies the American presidency, Congress, political parties, and national politics, and is an expert in social movements like the Civil Rights movement and the new Christian Right.

Contacttichenor@uoregon.edu | 541-346-4707


Recent Media:
Q & A: The UO political science professor, 90-plus pages into the Mueller Report (The Register-Guard, April 19, 2019)
What makes immigration deals so hard (Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 19, 2018)
Trump opens new front on legal immigration (San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 14, 2018)
Trump’s First Year Has Been a Disaster. Here’s Why I Have Hope. (New York Magazine, Jan. 5, 2018)
Family ties drive U.S. immigration. Why Trump wants to break the ‘chains.’ (The Washington Post, Jan. 2, 2018)
With Ally in Oval Office, Immigration Hard-Liners Ascend to Power (The New York Times, April 24, 2017)
The road to Trump’s noxious nativism on immigration was paved by centrists (The Huffington Post, Nov. 15, 2016)
The right can stop losing on immigration: Here’s what it will take (National Review, Sept. 14, 2016)
America and Immigration: An Uneasy Union (WBEZ Chicago, Sept. 3, 2016)
History warns against alienating ‘aliens’ (Columbia Daily Tribune, July 26, 2016)
Many what-ifs in Donald Trump's plan for migrants (The New York Times, June 17, 2016)
The overwhelming barriers to successful immigration reform (The Atlantic, May 25, 2016)
Fifty years later, the immigration bill that changed America (Newsweek, Sept. 14, 2015)
UO's Tichenor is one of 32 Andrew Carnegie fellows (Around the O, April 22,2015)
Critics say Obama’s immigration plan creates path to citizenship (National Public Radio, Nov. 24, 2014)
Obama alone will decide the immigration debate (BloombergView, July 22, 2014)
Reviving a history of inequality in immigration (The New York Times, Feb. 4, 2014)