Migration, Culture and Identity (SOCY2210)
Information valid for Summer Semester, 2010
Social Science School
5 Contact hours
#2 of 1st level SOCY courses
Mr Nikola Kalamir
Tutorial participation - in class quizzes, reflective journal, essay, final exam
This course is pre-approved for Study Abroad and Exchange students.
This course is not currently offered, please contact the school.
In an increasingly globalised world, migration gives rise to new identities, enhances political, social and cultural life and is responsible for the growth of new communities. The scale and impact of migration force us to re-think fundamental categories of social life - from families and nations to transnational communities. In this course, migration will be discussed through conceptual categories of ethnicity, race, nationalism, transnationalism and economy. Case studies will also provide illustrations of contemporary questions about multiculturalism, diversity and belonging.
|Course offerings||Location||Mode||Course Profile|
|Summer Semester, 2011||St Lucia||Internal||Course Profile|
|Summer Semester, 2010||St Lucia||Internal||Course Profile|
|Semester 2, 2009||St Lucia||Internal||Course Profile|