This course explores how international migration challenges notions of identity, citizenship, and economic livelihood and how migrants engage in transnational social practices through travel, communication, and financial transfers. It examines whether the international regime to deal with migration is adequate to meet today’s challenges, including refugees and trafficked persons, and how the cultural challenges of integration differ across countries, particularly in liberal states. This course may be sequenced with INTS 221: Population
and National Security for the purposes of the IS minor.
Some sections may satisfy the F11.