- Quarters: Autumn
- General Education Requirements: I&S, DIV
- Instructors: Kathie Friedman
Introduces key theoretical debates in international migration. Examines immigrants’ political, economic, religious, and social integration into host societies, and continued ties to homelands. Experiences of voluntary and involuntary immigrants, of the second generation, and of incorporation into America and Europe. Designed around interdisciplinary texts and fieldwork in Seattle.