AMST 1012: Migrants, Refugees, Citizens, and Exiles: The U.S. on an Immigrant Planet

3 CreditsCivic Life and Ethics

Immigration to the United States at various historical periods and across geographical/political terrains. How immigration, as a national/racial project, is shaped by legal categories and discursive practices based on race, class, gender, and sexuality. Diverse ways marginalized groups produce national/transnational political practices.

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