ANTH 128 SC - Refugees, Migrants, and Citizenship
Who has the right to travel, to remain, or to belong? This course considers new approaches to migration and citizenship through ethnographic case studies examining a diverse array of refugee and immigrant experiences. How do exclusion and inclusion impact ideas of citizenship, race, and identity? How is mobility enabled, disabled, and regulated by state and non-state actors in ways that impact integration and belonging? In working through these questions, students will conduct anthropological analyses to draw out the intersections of migration, identity, and citizenship.
Course Credit: 1.0
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