Carly Goodman is a doctoral candidate in history at Temple University. Her dissertation, “Global Game of Chance: The U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery, Transnational Migration, and Cultural Diplomacy in Africa, 1990-2015,” is the first in-depth examination of the green card lottery that blends immigration and international relations history. She has received several grants and fellowships to support her work. Prior to graduate school, Carly worked at the non-profit organization Human Rights First, where she focused on US interrogation and detention policy as well as refugee and asylum issues. She earned her BA in modern European history from Columbia University in 2004. She grew up in Washington, DC’s Maryland suburbs, spent about a decade in New York City and has now made Philadelphia home.
Updated May 2015
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President Trump’s immigration suspension has nothing to do with coronavirus
Senior Fellow Carly Goodmann recently published the article "President Trump’s immigration suspension has nothing to do with coronavirus." in The Washington Post. Carly critically examines US President Donald Trump's guidance through the pandemic arguing that his idea about who can be American has little to do with keeping Americans safe from the coronavirus.
Between Foreign Policy, Politics, and the Law: The United States Refugee Crises of 1980
Shifting Paradigms: Humanity in Action Senior Fellows on Policy and Pluralism Across Borders
Shifting Paradigms is a volume of diverse articles on cross-border policy and pluralism written by Humanity in Action Senior Fellows.
Announcing the 2015 Diplomacy and Diversity Fellows