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|Full||POLI 328C 001||Web-Oriented Course||1||Tue Thu||11:00||12:30|
|Restricted||POLI 516C 001||Seminar||2||Tue||9:00||12:00|
This course is cross-listed with PPGA 591G and will be held in BUCH C403
|Full||PPGA 591H 001||Seminar||2||Tue||9:00||12:00|
This course is titled Migration and Citizenship. This course is crosslisted with POLI 516C. Limited seating may be available to non-MPPGA students. Please contact the program (email@example.com).
Human mobility has become one of the most contested issues in contemporary politics. This seminar surveys key scholarly debates in the study of migration and citizenship in political science and cognate disciplines. We comparatively examine in both historical and crossnational perspective the ways in which states and societies (particularly in the Global North) have responded to, and have become transformed by, immigration. The course covers a wide range of topics: theories of international migration and immigration regimes, theoretical approaches to migration studies, immigration and settler colonialism, the ethics of borders, migration control, public opinion on immigration, voting behaviour and populist radical right parties, the making of immigration policy, national identity and ci and ~
tizenship, immigrant inclusion, and multiculturalism and religion.