Borders, Migration, and Belonging: 2017-19 Theme of Inquiry

 

Where do dislocated people belong? 
Who is a migrant? Who is a refugee? 
What does home mean? 
Where is immigration law and policy headed? 

Borders, Migration, and Belonging
A two-year theme of inquiry exploring the human experience of migration in Oregon, the United States, and the wider world.

2018-19 Events

protesters

6:30 p.m. November 1, 2018
Featuring Jess Campbell, Rural Organizing Project; Terri Givens, author and professor; Zakir Khan, Council on American-Islamic Relations—Oregon; and Laura Pulido, UO Ethnic Studies

People exiting a train in Boston, MA

6:30 p.m. January 16, 2019
175 Knight Law Center

Featuring 2018-19 Wayne Morse Chair Mae Ngai, professor of Asian American studies and history at Columbia University.

 

 

6:30 p.m. January 22, 2019
175 Knight Law Center

A panel discussion on the economic impacts of immigration in Oregon, the impact of Ballot Measure 105 on communities, and possible policy issues in the 2019 Legislative Session.