THEO 3202 Immigration and Ethics (Spring: 3 )
This course entails an interdisciplinary examination of contemporary immigration with a primary focus on the U.S. context. Texts from social scientific, legal, and policy perspectives frame the phenomenon of contemporary migration. Theological and philosophical texts, along with PULSE placement experiences, illuminate ethical assessments of immigration practices. Special attention will be given to Christian anthropology and ethics as resources for analysis as well as the role of gender in matters of migration and citizenship.
Instructor(s): Kristin Heyer
Last Updated: 15-Dec-16