Past Courses

Fall 2016

  • Border Politics – Anne McNevin
  • Mobility and Forced Migration – Daniel Naujoks
  • Migration of Memory – Jonathan Bach
  • Globalized Labor – Martin Scott
  • Colonial Objects – Rebekka Habermas
  • Postcolonial Fiction: Transnation, Diaspora, Migration – Elaine Savory
  • Telling Immigrant Stories – John Rudolph
  • Race, Ethnicity, and Class in the Media – Michelle Materre
  • Culture, Ethnicity, Mental Health – Sara Waters
  • Political Belonging – Anne McNevin
  • Topics in Multicultural Psychology – Doris Chang
  • Ephemera – Christina Moon
  • Musical Diasporas: New York’s Migrant Music Scene – Ofer Gazit

Spring 2016

  • Displacement, Asylum, Migration – Daniel Naujoks
  • Ethnicity in Clinical Theory and Technique – Doris Chang
  • Race, Ethnicity, and Class in the Media – Amene Husain
  • State – Territory and Identity – Riva Kastoryano
  • CRS: Refugee Youth Experiences – Bernadette Ludwig
  • Refugees, Politics, Territory – Douglas de Toledo Piza
  • Remaking America? Immigration, Politics & Culture Today – David Plotke
  • Migrant Crisis – Regional or World Crisis? – Riva Kastoryano
  • Culture, Ethnicity, Mental Health – Sara Waters
  • Mapping Migration – Sumita Chakravarty

Fall 2015

  • Political Belonging – Anne McNevin
  • Gender, Race, and Citizenship – Elaine Abelson
  • Migration, Diaspora and Citizenship in Past and Present – Federico Finchelstein
  • Ethnic Conflict and Genocide – Everita Silina
  • Citizenship in the Empire City: A History of Civil Rights in NYC – Brendan O’Malley
  • Feet in 2 Worlds – John Rudolph
  • Curating Global Dialogue: Incarceration – Radhika Subramaniam
  • Humanities Action Lab Global Dialogues: Incarceration Project – TBA
  • Politics of Memory: Present Pasts – Brigitte H. Sion
  • Environmental Justice: Social Difference, Inequality and the Production of Space – Katinka Maria Wijsman

Spring 2015

  • Migrants, Refugees, Citizens – Miriam Ticktin
  • Borders and Walls – Jessica Pisano
  • Citizenship & Globalization in Contemporary Argentina – Carlos Forment
  • CRS: Refugee Youth Experiences – Bernadette Ludwig
  • Displacement, Asylum, Migration – TBA
  • Migration, Diaspora and Citizenship in Past and Present – Federico Finchelstein
  • Postcolonial Fiction, Migration, Diaspora and the Transnational – Elaine Savory
  • Practicum: Transnational Cambodia – Jaskiran K. Dhillon
  • The US and Latin America: Transnational Histories, Global Connections – Luis Alberto Herran Avila
  • Latino/a Lit & Identity – Juan E. de Castro
  • City in Motion: Transportation & Infrastructure – Andrea Victoria Marpillero-Colomina
  • Borders, Camps & Im-mobilities – Michel Agier
  • Traveling Technologies – Richard W Rottenburg
  • Ethnicity in Clinical Theory and Technique – Doris Chang

Fall 2014

  • Global Migration – Alexandra Delano
  • In the Search of the Political: Migrants, Refugees, Citizens – Miriam Ticktin
  • CRS: Seeking Refuge- Cambodia – Jaskiran K Dhillon
  • Hungering for Opportunities: Food and Migrations – Brandon Koenig
  • Ethnic Conflict and Genocide – Everita Silina
  • State, Culture, Identity – Eiko Ikegami
  • Return to the Nation: The Origins and Politics of New Nationalism – Elizabeth Onasch

Spring 2014

  • Refugees, Immigrants and Education – Susan Thomas
  • The Immigrant Gateway City: Integration and Urban Development in 21st Century Global Cities – Julie M. Behrens
  • Gender, Race, & Citizenship – Elaine Abelson
  • Refugee Youth Experiences – Bernadette Ludwig
  • Francophonie and Exile: Poetics of Expansion & Refuge

Fall 2013

  • The Migrant City: Immigration, Migration, & Displacement – Laura Liu
  • Global Flows – Nehal Bhuta/Manjari Mahajan/Tim Pachirat
  • The Politics of Immigration in Action – Jackie Vimo
  • Food and Migrations – Brandon Koenig
  • Displacement, Asylum and Migration – Alfonso Gonzales
  • Food, Global Trade and Displacement – Fabio Parasecoli and Sakiko Fukuda-Parr
  • Immigration, Education and the American Dream – Naomi Moland

Spring 2013

  • Global Flows – Nehal Bhuta/Manjari Mahajan/Tim Pachirat
  • Africa, Development and Diaspora – Monica Fagioli
  • Citizenship: A Socio-Political and Historical Survey – Carlos Forment
  • Refugee Youth Experiences – Bernadette Ludwig
  • South Asian Diaspora Literature – Robin Mookerjee
  • Borders and Walls – Jessica Pisano

 

Here is a list of courses related to migration previously taught at The New School.