Anthropology of Transnational Migration
Listed in: Anthropology and Sociology, as ANTH-218
Vanessa L. Fong (Section 01)
This course looks at how and why people move from one country to another, what they experience as they migrate, how they are changed by what they experience, how they decide when and whether to return to their countries of origin, and how their transnational journeys affect the countries they migrate between. We will also consider the kinds of policies and practices that might improve the experiences of transnational migrants and the people they interact with during and after their time in other countries. We will look not only at the experiences of immigrants in the U.S., but also at various other kinds of transnational migrants, such as immigrants in other countries besides the U.S., and U.S. citizens as well as citizens of other countries who leave their own countries to study, work, do business, engage in tourism, and/or seek dating and marriage partners in other countries.
Limited to 30 students. Spring semester. Professor Fong.
Offerings2014-15: Not offered
Other years: Offered in Spring 2013