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The Global Race, Ethnicity, Migration network and the Immigration History Research Center collect information about courses that pertain to migration, race, and ethnicity in the U.S. and globally. A comprehensive listing of courses at the University of Minnesota related to this topic may be found at http://blog.lib.umn.edu/ihrc/courses/. View listings by semester or search for a keyword.
Women of Color Respond to 9/11 and the "War on Terror"
GWSS 3303W: Writing Differences
Instructor:Charlotte Karem Albrecht
Summer 2, 2011
An early publication (by Gabaccia, Leinonen, Alexander and Donato) of the IHRC's 2007-2012 project "Gender Ratios and International Migration Project" is among papers to be discussed on Nov. 8. FFI wileyblackwellexchanges.com.
In 2007 IHRC affiliate Professor Louis Mendoza bicycled 8,500 miles around the perimeter of the U.S. His book blends narratives, blog entries, poetry, and excerpts from conversations along the way as he searched for a deeper, broader understanding of what it means to be Latino in this country. For further description and ordering information.
October 11-13, 2012 (Minneapolis). The conference brings together research on economic inequality and seeks ideas to produce practical results that can be applied at the local level. On Oct. 13th, IHRC affiliate Professor Katherine Fennelly moderates a session on "Color and Ethnicity" that includes a paper on immigration. Sessions are free and open to the public--registration is required. FFI and to register. It is also possible to connect using their streaming webcast link.