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Refugees and the Migration Crisis in Europe:
What economic and political forces have driven waves of refugees from their homelands in recent months? What fate awaits them on new shores? How do these new migrations challenge our understanding of citizenship and nation? This roundtable goes beyond the media images that represent the refugee crisis–from Fortress Europe to Mama Merkel–to ask probing questions about new patterns of human migration emerging globally. This event will be livestreamed beginning at 3:00pm on November 5. The link will be available at: ii.umich.edu
Karla Mallette (moderator)
Director, Center for European Studies and Islamic Studies Program; Near Eastern Studies; Romance Languages and Literatures
Department of History
Germanic Languages and Literatures
Director, Program in Refugee and Asylum Law; James E. and Sarah A. Degan Professor of Law
Pauline Jones Luong
Director, International Institute; Political Science
This event is co-sponsored by RefLAW.