2016

The Zolberg Institute Visiting Scholar Call for Applications 2016

The Zolberg Institute Visiting Scholar Call for Applications The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility (ZIMM) welcomes applications for the position of Visiting Scholar for the 2016-2017 academic year, from individuals whose research, teaching and work intersects the fields of migration studies and mobility, broadly construed. With that, we are accepting applications from scholars who are committed …

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Nancy Hiemstra: “Detain and Deport: A Transnational Ethnography of U.S. Immigration Enforcement” February 24th @ 4pm, The Bob and Sheila Hoerle Lecture Hall/Hoerle Lecture Hall, UL105, University Center

ZIMM Lecture Series 2015-2016 Presents:   Nancy Hiemstra: “Detain and Deport: A Transnational Ethnography of U.S. Immigration Enforcement” February 24th, 4pm-6pm*, The Bob and Sheila Hoerle Lecture Hall/Hoerle Lecture Hall, UL105, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, Lower Level.  In many states around the world today, immigration and terrorism are discursively conflated, immigrants are scapegoated as the …

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Engin Isin: “Citizenship’s Empire” Monday, February 1, 2016 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Wolff Room, 1103, 6 East 16 Street

Engin Isin, Professor of Politics at The Open University, is our first speaker in the Spring Citizenship in Movement Working Group Lecture Series at the New School for Social Research. His lecture is entitled, Citizenship’s Empire. Following on Citizens Without Frontiers, where Isin explored cross-border solidarities as the foundations of an incipient international citizenship, in Citizenship’s Empire, Isin explores the …

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