PAM 2810

PAM 2810

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2021-2022.

This introductory course introduces students to issues and debates related to international migration and will provide an interdisciplinary foundation to understanding the factors that shape migration flows and migrant experiences.  We will start by reviewing theories of the state and historical examples of immigrant racialization and exclusion in the United States and beyond.  We will critically examine the notions of borders, citizenship/non-citizenship, and the creation of diasporas.  Students will also hear a range of perspectives by exposing them to Cornell guest faculty who do research and teach on migration across different disciplines and methodologies and in different world areas. Examples include demographic researchers concerned with immigrant inequality and family formation, geographic perspectives on the changing landscapes of immigrant metropolises, legal scholarship on the rights of immigrant workers, and the study of immigrant culture from a feminist studies lens.  Offered each fall semester.

When Offered Fall or Spring.

Permission Note Enrollment limited to: undergraduate students.

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Syllabi: none
  • 12874 PAM 2810   LEC 001

    • TR Ives Hall 217
    • Aug 26 - Dec 7, 2021
    • Gleeson, S

  • Instruction Mode: In Person