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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2020

ITAL 35.03 Migration, Ecology, and the Mediterranean

Why do people migrate? How does their migration impact the places they cross? How have migrations trajectories changed in the last 150 years? Why do people embark in a risky journey across the Mediterranean Sea? How do their destination countries react to their arrivals? How does migration chance Europe? These are some of the questions we will try to answer in this class. Using an interdisciplinary approach, we will look at what the impact of migration is on the environment and in the process of changing old ideas about what Europe is. Through an interdisciplinary approach using material that originates from both the humanities (film and literature literature) and the social sciences (mainly geography and sociology), we will explore the present and discuss the possible futures of migrations across the Mediterranean.

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