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This interdisciplinary course will explore ways that migrations in the US have shaped histories and identities, and ideas about them, from the individual and local levels to national and global levels. While the focus will be on teaching and learning about these issues in the EFL classroom, the course sessions in November will partly be taught in collaboration with Dr. Gigi Peterson, who is Associate Professor at the History Department of SUNY Cortland (N.Y.). Students in this course will learn to apply concepts from migration studies, historical understanding, and additional fields to analyze current issues and debates about migrations and identities, including educational challenges and responses if appropriate. They will also apply their course learning to practical problems, in education and other social arenas, through course activities and in a final project.
To be able to gain credits for this course, participants need to:
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