migration

 

This two-day conference brings together leading scholars from Russia, Israel, Germany, and the U.S. to explore a wealth of topics related to Russian migration of the past and present.

Barnard Forum on Migration director appears on ABC's Tiempo.

Jan Willem Duyvendak, professor of sociology at University of Amsterdam, examines national identity and nostalgia, migration and integration, gender relations and “caring communities” and how they relate to the ability to “feel at home.”

Dana Velasco Murillo explores migration trends and what they reveal about interethnic relations, indigenous identities, and gender roles.

Jennifer Hirsch explores changes in the ideals and practices of love, sexuality, and marriage in rural Mexico.

A film screening of a rare, recently discovered documentary made by Galician immigrants on their experiences in Argentina.

Professor Sergio DellaPergolla reexamines the main patterns and influences of international migration from the former Soviet Union.

 

Most cite mass migration across the Atlantic as the most important argument in support of the theory of mobility transition, but Professor Lucassen will reveal a more nuanced picture, offering a differentiated model that links mobility to larger processes of social, cultural, and economic change.