Latin American and Latino StudiesLALS 194V Comparative Migration Histories in the Americas

Traces major historical patterns of migration and related processes in the Americas over the past two centuries. Covers the social, cultural, political, and economic factors that drive and shape the movements of people and considers the ways migration has impacted the sending, transit, and receiving societies. Over the quarter, students come to understand major historical forces of migration that inform our contemporary world, including citizenship, urbanization, identity formations, globalization, and neoliberalism.


Enrollment is restricted to seniors.




Gabriela Arredondo