8 July 2021
Europe, Migration, Refugeesonline course
Regarding transnational migration, the European Union as a supranational community promotes a political reasoning between processes of consolidation and necessary conflict, between sovereignty and shared responsibility, between the right to define and delimit and the duty to negotiate.
We will encounter migrants’ viewpoints, which reach beyond the usual framings of ‘the poor migrant’ as ‘passive victim’, as a threat or as the ‘(anti-)hero’ of globalization. We will encounter viewpoints on the EU, which will constructively criticize as well as graciously affirm the spirit of the Union. We will encounter viewpoints of hope.
Dr. Anika Keinz
This course is designed for all students having a personal, professional or political personal interest in a deeper and thus more differentiated understanding of transnational migration.
- 40% Participation & Day's summaries and questions
- 30% Text Presentation
- 30% Final Examination
EUR 1200: course fee (incl. online discount)
EUR 90: program fee
Early registration discount: -40€ (until April 3, 2020)
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