HUM-447 / 3 crédits
Enseignant: Dungy Madeleine Louise Lynch
Withdrawal: It is not allowed to withdraw from this subject after the registration deadline.
This course examines key areas of contemporary migration politics in a historical perspective, such as refugee protection, border security, and regional integration. It also trains students in methods of documentary research.
Working in groups of two to four, students will design and complete a scientific report tracing the evolution of one policy governing global migration over a period of at least five years.
Migration, Globalization, History, International Governance
- global perspective
- citizen perspective
Governing global migration I: Hum-446
By the end of the course, the student must be able to:
- Illustrate arguments using appropriate examples.
- Compare scholarly interpretations.
- Interpret different types of documentary evidence.
- Organize collaborative research and writing.
- Analyze policy change over time.
- Set objectives and design an action plan to reach those objectives.
- Identify the different roles that are involved in well-functioning teams and assume different roles, including leadership roles.
- Write a scientific or technical report.
- Access and evaluate appropriate sources of information.
- Make an oral presentation.
- Give feedback (critique) in an appropriate fashion.
supervised small-group meetings, student presentations, peer review
Expected student activities
collaborative research and writing, oral presentations
Evaluation on a semester basis (grade associated to 3 ECTS). In the spring semester evaluation will include a scientific report, oral presentations, and constructive feedback on one other report. Further information will be provided at the start of the academic year.
Dans les plans d'études
- Semestre: Printemps
- Forme de l'examen: Pendant le semestre (session d'été)
- Matière examinée: Governing global migration II
- Projet: 3 Heure(s) hebdo x 14 semaines
Semaine de référence