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ANTH 250 Anthropology of Immigration 3.0 Credits

By examination of key ethnographical texts, the course covers basic theoretical and topical approaches to the anthropology of immigration, including: immigration and emigration; transnationalism and globalization; reception contexts; ethnic economies, enclaves and ethnic businesses; global economic strategies for migrant households; refugees, the state and immigration; culture, identity, and adaptation and assimilation.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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