- Why do individuals and communities migrate, historically and currently?
- Why and how do issues of race, class, and gender shape perceptions of immigrants and immigration?
- How can the issue of immigration be humanized?
Why, for the past decade, has immigration been a major controversial force, shaping political developments across the globe?Working together with faculty and local artists, students will be empowered to address this question and others through collaborative, team-based and inquiry-focused learning. Through further engagement in these topics, different forms of artistic production will be developed. These Outcomes will be prepared be shared on campus and in the larger community.
- Colloborations TBA
Students will share their findings with the general public in a format of their choosing.
Course time/location: Mondays 9:00am-12:00pm (ASU Sync)
Lab time/location: Mondays 12:15-1:30pm (ASU Sync)
- Humanities Lab HUL 494 and 598
- Anthropology ASB 494 and 598
- History HST 494 and 580
Faculty: Alexander Avina History School of Historical, Philosophical, and Reglious Studies Facing Immigration III Spring 2021