Migration and (il)legatity
A seminar on problems of migration, legality and illegality
US-Latin American perspectives
The seminar will explore different aspects of migration with special focus on the Americas and on Latin American immigrants to the US. Questions of legality and illegality, in broad sense of the terms, will be central to the three presentations that all are based on specific research projects and field work.
The seminar is open to anyone interested and requires no previous registration.
- 13.15 – 13.20: Welcome
- 13.20 – 14.05: Lars Trans (KU): New Sites of Government: The Case of Indigenous Oaxacan Migration to the U.S.
- 14.05 – 14:50: Robin Elizabeth Herr (CBS): Can the Law Break the Poverty Cycle and Guarantee a Livable Wage? A Case Study of Migrant Farmworkers in Pennsylvania.
- 14.50 – 15.10: Coffee Break
- 15.10 – 15.55: Elizabeth Benedict Christensen (CBS): Undocumented Youth in the US – Exclusion, Inclusion and Ongoing Legislation.
Contact: Jan Gustafsson, (firstname.lastname@example.org)