04:30 PM to 07:10 PM W
Section Information for Spring 2024
Investigates the ways in which race, class, gender, kinship, and colonial histories shape migration today. Examines national and regional borders by investigating the technologies, histories, and regimes of power that produce them. Students study specific cases that provide insights into border politics, economies, and the lived experiences they create. Students also learn theoretical concepts that broaden understanding of borders and migration on a global scale.
INTS 475-DL2 is an online live video section.
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