Immigrants, Citizenship and the State

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Instructor(s): 
Units: 
4
Number: 
138F
CCN: 
71745
Times: 
TuTh 1230−2P
Location: 
145 Dwinelle
Course Description: 

This course will examine international migration from a historical and comparative perspective, looking at why people migrate, how citizens respond to the migration, and how states respond to migration. The first part of the course looks at the changing relationship between the state, immigrants, and citizenship. Turning to case studies, we will examine four different types of receiving states, each confronted with a different form of migration: a traditional immigrant state, a post-colonial state, a non-traditional immigrant state, and a highly industrialized latecomer state.

 
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