Wednesday, February 3, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
From refugees to border walls, how has the modern world been built by migration and immigration? What does it mean to leave home, why do people move and how do communities accept or reject newcomers? Join Department of History faculty experts for a conversation about the patterns, importance, and experiences of migration in history as a way to understand the processes of human movement today.
Theodora Dragostinova, Associate Professor, Department of History
Maysan Haydar, Graduate Student and Lecturer, Department of History
Robin Judd, Associate Professor, Department of History
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