|Name||Gender and Migration|
|Fulfills||Individual & Society Social Sciences (I&S SS)|
|Professor||Gizem N. Iscan|
|Day / Time||Monday, Wednesday; 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm|
|Semester||Spring Session 1 2024, Spring Session 2 2024|
|Notes||This course will be held in-person.|
This special topic course aims to explore and seek to connect the relationships of gender, race, ethnicity, and sexuality to the context of global migration, liveability, and grievability. The course intertwines contemporary trends in global migrations with a historical understanding of how and why migrants move, how nation-states have developed, as well as who has the potential to ‘belong’ as a participating citizen. Core literature will draw on feminist, critical migration, and borders/borderlands scholarship across several disciplines.
Contact Gizem N. Iscan for more information.