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2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
2018-2019 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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HIST 4930 - Migrants and Refugees in the Middle East

3 unit(s)
Examines the history of mass migration displacement, and statelessness in the Middle East from the eighteenth century to the present. An overview of migration within and from the regions, the course addresses how Middle Eastern states have shaped their populations through migration policy, settler colonization, forced resettlement, expulsion, denationalization, or international population exchanges. Migration is an inherently interdisciplinary topic and for that reason, course materials are approached with an eye for how historians, social scientists, policymakers, and lawyers approach human mobility in the modern era.

Satisfies G.E. area UD-D and the Multicultural Requirement. Upper Division G.E. courses are designed to be taken after upper-division status (completion of 60 semester units) is attained.

Prerequisites: One year of college-level history or consent of instructor.

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