ICMEC Migration Documentary Film Series

The International Center for Migration, Ethnicity, and Citizenship (ICMEC), Eugene Lang College and Global Studies invite you to a day of film. On Friday, February 5, we will be screening four terrific documentaries including 2010 Oscar nominated Which Way Home. The films cover various issues relevant to the current immigration debate, from border crossings to migrant children and day laborers in Farmingville, Long Island. All films will be followed by conversations with faculty, producers, filmmakers, and activists involved in each film. Come join us in this our first program of the year and a reception following the screening of Which Way Home.


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Workshops: Fall 2010

October 1 – Andrea Carlá, “Re-Reading the History: Support and Opposition to Migration in the USA and Spain,” from his dissertation “Victim or Threat? Terrorists and Migrants in the USA and Spain.” November 12 – Aristide Zolberg, “”Wanted but not Welcome: a Theoretical Analysis of Labor Migrations.” December 10 – Andreas Kalyvas, “The Stateless Citizen:

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Refugees, the State and the Politics of Asylum in Africa

Thursday, November 4, 2010, 4:00-6:00 p.m. List Academic Center, 6 East 16th Street (at Fifth Avenue), New Wolff Conference Room (1103) What explains the different responses of African states to the mass arrival and prolonged presence of refugees? What challenges do African states face in addressing forced migration? Refugee scholar James Milner of Carleton University

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Workshops: Spring 2010

March 22 – Victoria Quiroz-Becerra: “Immigrant Participation in Public Institutions: Mexican Women in Sunset Park.” April 16 – Eric Eingold: “Immigrant Labor in the Global City: Latino Restaurant Workers in New York.” May 7 – Samantha Morales: “Exploring Immigrant Integration in the Contemporary U.S.: What Can the IME and Worker Center Models Teach Us?”

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