2015

The National Immigrant Integration Conference 2015, — New American Dreams: Advancing Opportunity, Equality & Justice

The National Immigrant Integration Conference 2015, — New American Dreams: Advancing Opportunity, Equality & Justice — will be held in Brooklyn, New York from December 13-15, 2015, and is co-hosted by theNational Partnership for New Americansand the New York Immigration Coalition. The preliminary NIIC 2015 schedule andprogram are here! Click the links to discover and identify …

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PILGRIMAGE, TRANSNATIONAL TERRITORIES AND MIGRATION: RENEE DE LA TORRE DECEMBER 2ND 12PM 79 FIFTH AVENUE ROOM 1618

Renée de la Torre has a Masters degree in communication studies, from ITESO, and a PhD in Social Sciences, specializing in Social Anthropology, from the University of Guadalajara. Since 1993 she has been working as a Researcher and Professor of Anthropology at CIESAS (Centre for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology), in Guadalajara, Mexico. …

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HAGAR KOTEF, “Freedom as Violence, or: a (Post-)Colonial Account of Mobility, Homelessness, and Political Belonging.” December 2nd @ 6pm Wolff Room 1103

ZIMM Lecture Series 2015-2016 Presents:   HAGAR KOTEF, “Freedom as Violence, or: a (Post-)Colonial Account of Mobility, Homelessness, and Political Belonging. December 2nd, 6pm to 8pm, Wolff Conference Room, 1103. Albert and Vera List Academic Center, 6 East 16 Street 11th Floor, New York City Patterns of mobility and immobility (real or imagined) can be mapped …

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LINDA BOSNIAK: “Wrongs, Rights and Irregular Migrants.” Monday, November 30, 2015 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

The Citizenship in Movement Working Group and the Sociology Department present their final speaker of the semester, Linda Bosniak, with her talk, “Wrongs, Rights and Irregular Migrants.” Linda Bosniak is Distinguished Professor of Law at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She is spending the 2015-2016 year as a Member-Scholar of the Institute For Advanced Study, …

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MEXICO DIALOGUES: PUBLIC SECTOR, CIVIL SOCIETY, AND ACADEMIA SERIES

MEXICO DIALOGUES PUBLIC SECTOR, CIVIL SOCIETY, AND ACADEMIA SERIES Mexico Dialogues brings public officials with leading roles in shaping the social development of their country, together with highly committed scholars and civil society activists who will discuss the most relevant issues related to Mexico’s current agenda. The event will have four panels: Mexico’s International Agenda; …

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CFP: Duke University Graduate Conference “Where I fare well, there is my home”: Migration, Past and Present, March 4, 2016

CFP: Duke University Graduate Conference “Where I fare well, there is my home”: Migration, Past and Present, March 4, 2016 Call for Papers “Where I fare well, there is my home”: Migration, Past and Present Graduate Student Conference March 4, 2016 Durham, NC, USA Migration is a global phenomenon that has had a profound influence …

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Diaspora Disneys: Spectacular Homes and Homelands in the Global Age with Shelley Salamensky

Diaspora Disneys: Spectacular Homes and Homelands in the Global Age with Shelley Salamensky The Bark Room (Orientation Room), Sheila C. Johnson Design Center 2 West 13th Street, Room M101, New York, NY 10011 In our increasingly mobile, global age, “home” may be something less grounded than acted out — yet no less real. Exploring bizarre …

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WRITING FUTURES IN THE HISTORIES OF CAMBODIA, THE UNITED STATES AND FRANCE

Futurographies: Cambodia-USA-France, a Multi-Media Exhibition Exploring Alternate Futures, on View at Parsons School of Design Sheila C. Design Center, Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries, 66 Fifth Avenue Opening Reception: Thursday, Nov. 19, 6-8 p.m. *Featuring spoken word performances by Monica Sok and Peuo Tuy* On View: Friday, Nov. 20 through Sunday, Jan. 10   NEW …

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Migration, Temporality and Sexuality in India -Svati Shah- Thursday October 29th at 6pm

Migration, Temporality and Sexuality in India Thursday October 29th, 6pm, Klein Conference Room, A510 66 West 12th Street, New York City. Over the past decade, a sea change has occurred in discourses of sexuality throughout the Global South. In this presentation, I review this set of changes in South Asia, by focusing on sex worker, …

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Mahmood Mamdani: “Political Violence and Political justice: Rethinking Nuremberg in light of South Africa.” Monday, October 26, 2015 at 6:00 pm

The Sociology Department and the Citizenship in Movement Working Group proudly present a talk by Mahmood Mamdani: “Political Violence and Political justice: Rethinking Nuremberg in light of South Africa.” Mahmood Mamdani is professor and executive director of Makerere Institute of Social Research at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, and the Herbert Lehman Professor of Government and professor of Anthropology, …

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