MIGRATION & HUMAN TRAFFICKING

CULANTH 342

Examination of the meaning of migration in the global world through cross-disciplinary texts and visual media. Situates the phenomenon of human trafficking within the context of these general movements focusing on the risks involved when people endanger their lives to find a better and more strategic position in the world. Explores how these experiences should be interpreted, and how processes and the politics of race, space and place are a condition and/or outcome of these movements. Investigates and considers ways to resolve some of the problems associated with such movements. Instructor: Crichlow

Day / Time: 

M 04:40 PM-07:10 PM

Location: 

Carr 114

Instructor: 

Crichlow, Michaeline

Section: 

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