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  1. Week 1: Introduction to the Course and International Migration (11 July) 6 items
    1. These are optional readings that won't be asked in the test or the research essay. Please skim them: 6 items
  2. Week 2: Human Mobility in a World of Nation-States (18 July) 16 items
    1. Recommended: 2 items
      1. Global trends in migration: theory and research on international population movements - Mary M. Kritz, Charles B. Keely, Silvano M. Tomasi c1981

        Book  Read Aristide R. Zolberg's chapter titled “International Migrations in Political Perspective,” pp. 3-27.

    2. Week 3: Understanding and Theorizing International Migration (25 July) 8 items
      1. Recommended 2 items
      2. Week 4: The Ethics of Immigration Control (1 August) 4 items
        1. Recommended 2 items
    3. Week 5: Migration Policy-Making (8 August) 4 items
      1. Recommended: 2 items
  3. Week 6: Governance of Migration at the EU Level (15 August) 25 items
    1. Recommended 3 items
    2. No Class (22 August) 0 items
    3. No Class (29 August) 0 items
    4. Week 7: Refugees and Temporary Foreign Workers (5 September) 20 items
      1. Recommended 2 items
      2. Week 8: Securitization of Migration (12 September) 4 items
        1. Recommended 2 items
          1. Immigration policy and security: U.S., European, and Commonwealth perspectives - Terri E. Givens, Gary P. Freeman, David L. Leal 2009

            Book 

      3. Week 9: Islam and Anti-Immigration (19 September) 4 items
        1. Recommended 2 items
      4. Week 10: State-Diaspora Relations: Theoretical Perspectives (26 September) 4 items
        1. Recommended 2 items
      5. Week 11: State-Diaspora Relations: Empirical Perspectives (3 October) 2 items
      6. Week 12: State-Diaspora Relations: Empirical Perspectives (10 October) 1 item
      7. Week 13: Research essay Due (18 October) 0 items