Topics in Social and Cultural Anthropology: Effects of Immigration on World History

3590-102:
Discipline: Anthropology
Instructor: Chavez
Credits: 3
Day: A
Start: 08:00
End: 09:15
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For all of human history, people have moved or have been moved from one part of the world to another. This class examines the ways in which human migrations have shaped world history. Students first gain an understanding of key concepts surrounding migration, including factors that push or pull populations from one place to another. It also examines the consequences of human migrations on societies of different economic levels, including the locations that are visited during our voyage. Finally, the class will provide an opportunity to discuss the historical and contemporary issue of immigration in the United States.

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