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HIST 5322. Debates in Global Migration. 3 Hours.

Students address the major historiographical arguments that have driven the historians of migration, both around the world and in the United States. Students examine how population movements over time have raised crucial questions about the place of empire, nation-state, citizenship, racial formation, borders and boundaries, the role of women, neoliberalism, and globalization. The course also challenges students to consider representation and sources in migration history. Students engage with twentieth and twenty-first century scholarship that has shaped historians' understandings of and debates about migration.
Prerequisite: Graduate standing.