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CORE 003 SC - Forced Displacement, Migration, and Resettlement


Forced displacement, migration, and resettlement, caused and influenced by several global, contextual, intra- and inter-personal sociocultural realities, enact dynamic and multilevel life changes for individuals affected by such situations. Contexts of oppression and discrimination incite violence, genocide, and pervasive loss that in turn influence the well-being and lived experience of those made to endure such conditions. Trauma endured as a function of forced displacement and migration, however, does not end at the point of resettlement as individuals are then made to endure new contexts that are also often fraught with discrimination, economic difficulty, and other substantial life changes. This class will adopt an inter disciplinary approach to understand the global history of forced displacement, migration, and resettlement to better conceptualize present realities for individuals made to endure these conditions. As such, we will also turn attention to present realities of resettlement in our own surrounding area.

Course Credit: 1.0
Offered: Occasionally


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