HIS 3448: Refugees and Human Trafficking: History of Forced Migration and the Law (2023-2024)

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Human trafficking and asylum-seeking are both forms of forced migration that have posed moral, legal, and logistical challenges in modern world history. This course will explore the historic factors that contributed to the rise of these forms of forced migration. We will also study how national and international laws were created in response to refugees and trafficking, with the goal of helping students better understand and engage with current-day events on these topics. (This class was formerly called Human Trafficking, Slavery, and Refugees: History of Forced Migration.)

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Spring 41441 5 Alissa Walter
1:00PM-2:20 PM
Demaray Hall 254
30 of 30 seats open
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Attributes: Upper-Division, Ways of Engaging, Cultural Understand&Engagement, Honors Course
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term