ETHSM-3000-3: Migrants, Exiles, Refugees
- Subject: Critical Ethnic Studies - Seminar
- Type: Seminar
- Delivery Mode: In-Person
- Level: Undergraduate
- Campus: San Francisco
- Course Dates: January 18, 2022 — May 08, 2022
- Meetings: Tue 8:00-11:00AM, San Francisco - Main Building - 101 (inactive)
- Instructor: Lydia Nakashima Degarrod
- Units: 3.0
- Enrolled: 8/8 Waitlist
Lydia Nakashima Degarrod
Senior Adjunct, Critical Studies Program
Critical Ethnic Studies Seminar are in-depth experiences in the study of multiculturalism and cultural diversity in American society and in societies that have impacted American society. Courses expose students to and inform students about the contributions of African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans and Latinos to American culture, history, and society.COURSE DESCRIPTION The United Nations has reported that the number of displaced people-due to war conflict, persecution, and poverty-- in the world has surpassed 60 million, larger than the populations of many countries of the world. This anthropological course will examine the roots of these forms of forced migration, the new formations of identity, and the emergent concepts of home and belonging.
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