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|HIST 0150D - Refugees: A Twentieth-Century History|
Refugees are arguably the most important social, political and legal category of the twentieth century. This introductory lecture course locates the emergence of the figure of the refugee in histories of border-making, nation-state formation and political conflicts across the twentieth century to understand how displacement and humanitarianism came to be organized as international responses to forms of exclusion, war, disaster and inequality.
1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Extra Credit Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Primary Meeting