2014-2015 University Catalog
Seminar in Border History
Three semester hours.
This course examines the historical and contemporary movements of peoples across borders, both forced and free-willed, and the complex issues of identity and belonging to which these processes give rise. Of particular focus are the creative possibilities that flow from the lived experiences of movement and being moved across borders. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in history.
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