Global Migrations, Refugees and Diasporas
This course examines the diverse patterns of human movement in the modern world. Special attention will be given to the movement and representation of refugee communities, whether in their escape from persecution or in their search for survival. The role of international agencies such as the United Nations High Commission on Refugees will be investigated.
Additional Course Information
- Any 200 level GS course or permission of the co-ordinator.
M - 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. - Fall Term