Donna Gabaccia

#214,017
Most Influential Person

American historian

Why Is Donna Gabaccia Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Donna Rae Gabaccia is an American historian who studies international migration, with an emphasis on cultural exchange, such as food and from a gendered perspective. From 2003 to 2005 she was the Andrew Mellon Professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh and from 2005 to 2012 she held the Rudolph J. Vecoli Chair of Immigration History at the University of Minnesota. During the same period, she was the director of the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota. In 2013, her book, Foreign Relations: Global Perspectives on American Immigration won the Immigration and Ethnic History Society's Theodore Saloutos Prize in 2013.

Donna Gabaccia's Published Works

Number of citations in a given year to any of this author's works
Total number of citations to an author for the works they published in a given year. This highlights publication of the most important work(s) by the author
1980199020002010050100150200250300350400450500

Published Papers

This paper list is powered by the following services:

Metadata from Crossref logo

Other Resources About Donna Gabaccia

What Schools Are Affiliated With Donna Gabaccia?

Donna Gabaccia is affiliated with the following schools:

Donna Gabaccia's Academic­Influence.com Rankings