INTL 2500: Race and Global Human Mobility
Lecture - 4 credits
- Examines the relationship between race and the movement of people around the globe.
- Offers students an opportunity to acquire a concrete understanding of how race and ethnicity (as social constructions) have developed as people have migrated (under free will or forced circumstances) within and across geopolitical territories (i.e., colonies, countries) in the past (1400s) and through the present.
- Ethnoracial-related conflicts connected to migration (i.e., rebellions by the enslaved during the Atlantic slave trade, Rwandan genocide, Syrian civil war) may also be explored.
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