Spring 2009 Courses on Migration at the U

Upcoming spring 2009 courses on migration at the University of Minnesota encompass a range of themes from many departments. From photography to literature and the American mosaic to Paris, these courses can be used to fill requirements as well as electives in the coming semester.

For more information on the courses, visit the IHRC Courses and Syllabi and the Global Race, Ethnicity and Migration Teaching Resources pages.

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

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

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

Global Migration & Photography
ANTH 3980: Taught by Barbara Wolbert

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

Space, Identity, and Agency in the Black Diaspora
GWSS 4690/ GWSS 5690: Taught by Zenzele Isoke

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