Dr Jack DeWaard

Dr Jack DeWaard
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Educational Background & Specialties

Educational Background

  • PhD: Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2013 .
  • MA: Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2004.
  • BA: Sociology and Philosophy, Seattle Pacific University, 2001.


  • Demography and Population Studies
  • International and Internal Migration
  • Integration and Assimilation
  • Race and Ethnic Studies
  • Quantitative Methods
Courses Taught
  • Sociology 8890 - Advanced Demographic Methods
  • Sociology 8090 - Migration and Migrants in Demographic Perspective
  • Sociology 3801 - Sociological Research Methods
  • Sociology 3511/5511 - World Population Problems
  • Public Affairs 5301 - Population Methods and Issues
  • DeWaard, J., Curtis, K.J., & Fuguitt, G.V. (Forthcoming). The “New Great Migration” of blacks to the U.S. South: Estimating duration of residence in the absence of retrospective information. Demographic Research,
  • DeWaard, J., Ha, J.T., Raymer, J., & Wisniowski, A. (Forthcoming). Migration from new-accession countries and duration expectancy in the EU-15: 2002-2008. European Journal of Population,
  • DeWaard, J. & Nawrotzki, R.J. (Forthcoming). Modeling migration and population displacement in response to environmental and climate change: Multilevel event history models. In R. McLeman & F. Gemenne (eds.). The Routledge handbook of environmental displacement and migration, New York: Routledge,
  • Nawrotzki, R.J. & DeWaard, J. (2016). Climate shocks and the timing of migration from Mexico. Population and Environment, doi 10.1007/s11111-016-0255-x.
  • DeWaard, J. (2016). Disaster and life course processes. In M.J. Shanahan, J.T. Mortimer, & M.K. Johnson (eds.). Handbook of the life course, vol. II , (pp. 321-338). New York: Springer,
  • DeWaard, J., Curtis, K.J., & Fussell, E. (2016). Population recovery in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: Exploring the potential role of stage migration in migration systems. Population and Environment, 37(4), 449-463.
  • Curtis, K.J., Fussell, E., DeWaard, J. (2015). Recovery migration after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Spatial concentration and intensification in the migration system. Demography, 52(4), 1269-1293.
  • DeWaard, J. (2015). Beyond group-threat: Temporal dynamics of international migration and linkages to anti-foreigner sentiment. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41(7), 1041-1067.
  • Fussell, E., Curtis, K.J., & DeWaard, J. (2014). Recovery migration to the City of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: A migration systems approach. Population and Environment, 35(3):, 305-322.
  • DeWaard, J. (2013). Compositional and temporal dynamics of international migration in the EU/EFTA: A new metric for assessing countries’ immigration and integration policies. International Migration Review, 47(2), 249-295 .
  • Curtis, K.J. & DeWaard, J. (2012). In-migration to the South. In L.J. Griffin & P.G. Hargis (eds.). The new encyclopedia of southern culture, vol. 20, (pp. 378). Chapel Hill: UNC Press,
  • DeWaard, J. & Raymer, J. (2012). The temporal dynamics of international migration in Europe: Recent trends. Demographic Research, 47(2), 249-295.
  • DeWaard, J., Kim, K., & Raymer, J. (2012). Migration systems in Europe: Evidence from harmonized flow data. Demography, 49(4), 1307-1333.
  • Merli, M.G., DeWaard, J., Tian, F., & Hertog, S. (2009). Migration and gender in China’s HIV/AIDS epidemic. In J. Tucker & D.L. Poston (eds.). Gender policy and HIV in China: Catalyzing policy change, (pp. 27-53). New York: Springer,