Spectrum is a serial publication featuring a main article or articles on a specific theme and information on related IHRC holdings and activities.
The most recent issue features the two keynote addresses from the 1993 Friends of the IHRC conference "Cold War Aftermath: Minnesota's Ethnic Communities and the Collapse of Soviet Hegemony." In addition, essays on related research and annotated listings of relevant IHRC collections are included.
European Migration to America during the Cold War
(6, Spring 1996)
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The following back issues are no longer stocked. Use the links to view or print a pdf file of each.
- SP-14 Balancing Two Cultures: The Lives of Immigrant Children (5:2, Fall 1988)
- SP-13 Speak American: The Linguistic Dilemma of Ethnic Americans (5:1, Winter 1988)
- SP-12 Philip K. Hitti (4:3, Winter/Spring 1984)
- SP-11 In Their Own Words: Immigrant Autobiographies (4:2, Summer 1983)
- SP-10 Louis Adamic (1898-1951): His Life, Work and Legacy (4:1, Fall 1982)
- SP-9 Recapturing History: Immigrant Women and Their Daughters (3:3, 7/80)
- SP-8 The Ethnic Press: Many Voices (3:2, 3/80)
- SP-7 International Institutes: Reaching Out to Immigrant Communities in America (3:1, 5/77)
- SP-6 For Mutual, Moral and Material Assistance: The Ethnic Fraternal in America (2:3, 12/76)
- SP-5 America and Europe's Refugees, 1933-1958 (2:2, 9/76)
- SP-4 "All the World's a Stage": Immigrants and the Performing Arts (2:1, 9/76)
- SP-3 Immigrants and Religion: The Persistence of Ethnic Diversity (1:3, 9/75)
- SP-2 From Farm to Factory: Immigrant Adjustment to American Industry (1:2, 5/75)
- SP-1 History from the Inside Out (1:1, 1/75)