International Relations 424w:
Citizenship and Migration in International Politics (4.0 units)
Changing notions of citizenship in the context of history, and of economic, political and sociological theories of international migration; diaspora and migration case studies.
- Note: This course carries GE credit but it is intended for a specific group of students rather than a general student audience. International Relations majors and minors can obtain D-clearance through the department.
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