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2021-2022 Catalog

IA 350 Global Migration

This interdisciplinary course examines how international migration has become a complex phenomenon affecting people and communities. It analyzes the unevenness of human mobility and the
forces at play that halt or enable the circulation of people and interrogates why many are forcibly displaced while migrating is not available to everyone. Students will understand the social and political factors that impact who, how, and why people migrate as well as their migration experiences, struggles, and livelihoods. [GM2, SS]

Prerequisite

A&S 102 or GOVT 102 or GOVT 103 or HIST 105 or ECON 101 or REL 101, or permission of instructor

Instructor

de Toledo Piza