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December 11, 2009

Persian Poetry in Translation

ALL 3831/5831
Instructor: Iraj Bashiri

November 24, 2009

Seminar: Gender, Race, Nation, and Policy - Perspectives from Within the African Diaspora

AFRO 8554
Instructor: Rose M. Brewer

Ethnopolitical Conflicts Worldwide: Multi-disciplinary Approaches, Prevention, and Policy Recommendations

COMM 8110
Instructor: Rosita Albert

Global and Diverse Families

FSOS 3104
Instructors: Paul C. Rosenblatt and Zha B. Xiong

Population in an Interacting World

GEOG 3381W
Instructor:

Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity: A Global History

HIST 8245
Instructor: Eric D. Weitz

Race, Nation & Citizenship in a Global Perspective

SOC 8390
Instructor: Ron Aminzade

March 26, 2009

Voices from Ancient China

ALL 3900: Voices from Ancient China
Prof. Joseph R. Allen

January 20, 2009

Black Europe: Exploring Dimensions of Citizenship, Race and Ethnic Relations

Black Europe: Exploring Dimensions of Citizenship, Race and Ethnic Relations
Summer School through Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the National institute for the Study of Dutch Slavery and its Legacy.
June 14th-25th 2009

Diversity, Solidarity and the American Mosaic

SOC8090: Diversity, Solidarity and the American Mosaic
Taught by Joe Gerteis with Penny Edgell and Doug Hartmann

November 26, 2008

2009 Summer Course on Forced Migration Issues

Summer Course on Forced Migration Issues
Dates: June 6 -14, 2009
Times: Full course days will run 8:30 am - 5:00 pm.
Opening reception and registration is in the afternoon of June 6. Course Fee: $975 (Canadian) After February 28, 2009: $1100 (Canadian)

Understanding Diversity: A Universal Perspective

HSEM 2046: Understanding Diversity: A Universal Perspective
Professor Indira Y. Junghare

Topics in Asian Literature: India through Time: Historicity and Periodization

ALL 3900/5900: Topics in Asian Literature: India through Time: Historicity and Periodization
Professor: Bali Sahota

Black Paris: The African Diaspora and Paris, France

AMST 3920 : Black Paris: The African Diaspora and Paris, France
Also meets with: GLOS 3900 Sec 005 and AFRO 3920 Sec 001
Professor: Trica Keaton

November 19, 2008

Global Migration & Photography

ANTH 3980: Global Migration & Photography
Instructor: Barbara Wolbert

October 21, 2008

There Must Be Some Way Out of Here: Humans on the Move

AMST 1012: There Must Be Some Way Out of Here: Humans on the Move
Instructor: Professor Trica Keaton

October 14, 2008

Space, Identity, and Agency in the Black Diaspora

GWSS 4690/ GWSS 5690: Space, Identity, and Agency in the Black Diaspora (PDF)
Instructor: Zenzele Isoke

June 12, 2008

Readings in Colonial Latin American History

HIST 5901: Readings in Colonial Latin American History (PDF)
Instructor: Sarah Chambers

Early Latin America to 1825 (Writing Intensive)

HIST/LAS 3401W: Early Latin America to 1825 (Writing Intensive) (PDF)
Instructor: Sarah Chambers

May 8, 2008

Dance and Global Tourism

Dance 3495/5495: Dance and Global Tourism (PDF)
Instructor: R. Diyah Larasati, Ph.D

February 1, 2008

Study abroad opportunity in France

2008 May Term in Montpellier, May 21-June 14, 2008.
FREN 3750/3650: "Still Bleu Blanc Rouge: French Identity in the New Millennium" (PDF)

January 29, 2008

Imagining Asian America

AAS 1101: Imagining Asian America (PDF)
Prof. Josephine Lee

Language Borderlands

Comm 3404 (PDF): Language Borderlands; Prof. Amy Sheldon

Criticism & Theory: Theorizing the African Diaspora

Eng 8510 (PDF): Criticism & Theory: Theorizing the African Diaspora; Prof. Michelle M. Wright

International Human Rights Law

Glos 3401 (PDF): International Human Rights Law; Prof. Barbara Frey

Human Rights Advocacy

Glos 5900/Law 6058 (PDF): Human Rights Advocacy; Prof. Barbara Frey

A Nation of Immigration or a Gate Keeping Nation? American Immigration in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

Hist 1902 (PDF): A Nation of Immigration or a Gate Keeping Nation? American Immigration in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives; Prof. Erika Lee

Proseminar: U.S.-Mexico Border

Hist 5863 (PDF): Proseminar: U.S.-Mexico Border; Prof. Jeffrey Pilcher

Research Seminar, "Topics in Comparative History," Migration, Movement, Mobility

Hist 8990 (PDF): Research Seminar, "Topics in Comparative History," Migration, Movement, Mobility; Prof. Donna Gabaccia

Globalization, Migration and Language

Ling 5900 (PDF): Globalization, Migration and Language; Assoc. Prof. Bruce Downing

January 28, 2008

Immigration and Public Policy

PA 5490 (PDF): Immigration and Public Policy; Prof. Katherine Fennelly

Race Theories

SOC 8211 (PDF): Race Theories; Prof. Douglas Hartmann

Indigenous Peoples in Global Perspective

AMIN 1002: Indigenous Peoples in Global Perspective, Instructor: Tlahtoki Aguirre

Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Planet

AMST 1012: Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Planet, Instructor: Miglena S. Todorova

America in International Perspective: Post-1965 Immigration

AMST 3114: America in International Perspective: Post-1965 Immigration, Instructor: Jennifer L. Pierce

Black Paris: The African Diaspora in Paris, France

AMST 3920/GLOS 3900: Black Paris: The African Diaspora in Paris, France, Instructor: Trica D. Keaton

Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work, and Advocacy

CHIC 3374/CHIC 5374: Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S.: Families, Work, and Advocacy, Instructor: Lisa Sass Zaragoza

Topics in Literature: Migration, Emigration and Immigration

FREN 3350: Topics in Literature: Migration, Emigration and Immigration, Instructor: Hakim Abderrezak

Global and Diverse Families

FSOS 3104: Global and Diverse Families, Instructor: Paul C. Rosenblatt

Music in the City: Sounds and Bodies in Different Places

GEOG 3377/GEOG 5377: Music in the City: Sounds and Bodies in Different Places, Instructor: Arun Saldanha

Population in an Interacting World

GEOG 3381W/GLOS 3701W: Population in an Interacting World, Instructor: Helga Leitner

Topics in Global Studies: Transnational Migration: Networks of People & Place

GLOS 3900: Topics in Global Studies: Transnational Migration: Networks of People & Place, Instructor: Cawo Abdi

Migrations in Modern Global History

HIST 3415: Migrations in Modern Global History, Instructor: Donna Gabaccia

Hmong History Across the Globe

HIST 3940/AAS 3920/ALL 3920: Hmong History Across the Globe, Instructor: Mai Na Lee

January 24, 2008

World History from 1500: The Age of Global Contact

Hist 1012W: World History from 1500: The Age of Global Contact (Writing Intensive), Instructor: Jeffrey Pilcher

History of the Holocaust

Hist 3727W/RelS 3521/JwSt 3521: History of the Holocaust, Instructor: Dr. Stephen Feinstein

Oceanic Space & Movement in Atlantic/Pacitic/Indian Ocean Worlds

AMST 8920: Oceanic Space & Movement in Atlantic/Pacitic/Indian Ocean Worlds, Instructor: Kale Bantigue Fajardo

Comparing Global Migrations

Hist 5990: Comparing Global Migrations, Instructor: Donna R. Gabaccia