- Rachel Ida Buff, Professor of History, UW-Milwaukee
- Anna Oltman, Lecturer in Human Rights, Department of Political Science at University College London
- Ingrid Jordt, Associate Professor of Anthropology, UW-Milwaukee
- Almita A. Miranda, Assistant Professor in Geography and Chican@/Latin@ Studies
- Alicia Barceinas Cruz, PhD Student in Environment and Resources, UW-Madison
At this workshop, experts on refugees and statelessness across the globe (Latin America, Europe, Southeast Asia, and the United States) will discuss the causes and effects of rising tides of involuntary migration.
In a series of four presentations led by experts on crises, causes and solutions, we will explore the topic statelessness. Community college educators will be provided information and practical resources for teaching undergraduates about migration and past and impending global transformations.
Sponsored by: UW-Madison’s Center for Southeast Asian Studies, European Studies, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies Program, Institute for Regional and International Studies; Madison College Center for International Education, Office of International Education at Harper College, Community Colleges for International Development, and Illinois Consortium for International Studies.