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HIST 4457 Gender and Migration (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

How does gender shape immigration and migration? How does it influence the lived experiences of migrants in the workplaces, families and communities? How does it shape migrants' perceptions and assimilation into U.S. society? How does it intersect with transnational practices and imaginaries? We will consider these questions through a study of migration to and within the United Sates from the late-19th-century to the present. The class considers a broad range of racial and ethnic groups while also attending to certain categories of migrants in an effort to understand the role of gender, race, and class in migration.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Arissa Oh

Prerequisites: History Core

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Last Updated: 22-Feb-14