Borders and Belonging: Citizens, Immigrants, Refugees

GLOBAL STUDIES 4410

This course examines ideas, policies, and practices around migration and inclusion in global comparison. We will focus heavily on key issues for inclusion, including access to the labor market, housing, education, language policy, and political rights. Throughout the course, we examine the role of INGOS, states, and municipal organizations in resettlement and inclusion. Students will have the chance to develop a project focused on a case of their choosing and hone writing skills for applied research settings.
Course Attributes: EN S; BU BA; BU IS; AS SSC; FA SSC; AR SSC

Section 01

Borders and Belonging: Citizens, Immigrants, Refugees - 01
INSTRUCTOR: Smith
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