HIST 6851

HIST 6851

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2023-2024.

Since World War II, over 4 million people have migrated to the United States as refugees. In this seminar we will examine some of these refugee migrations and the ways these migrations challenged our understanding of the United States as a "haven for the oppressed." We will examine the crafting of refugee/asylum policy, the role of nongovernmental actors in influencing policy, and the ways policy reflected foreign-policy interests and security concerns. The last weeks of the course will pay particular attention to climate refugees and asylum-seekers, and our changing definitions of who 'merits' protection in the United States.

When Offered Fall.

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Syllabi: none
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Choose one seminar and one independent study. Combined with: AMST 4851HIST 4851LSP 4851LSP 6851

  • 4 Credits Graded

  • 18484 HIST 6851   SEM 101

    • TR Uris Hall 204
    • Aug 21 - Dec 4, 2023
    • Garcia, M

  • Instruction Mode: In Person

  • 18490 HIST 6851   IND 601

    • TBA
    • Aug 21 - Dec 4, 2023
    • Staff

  • Instruction Mode: Independent Studies