Session I

Thursday (May 2):
9:40 - 11:40 AM
Faculty House Garden Room 1 

CHAIR

Martin Schain

(NYU, US)

ms5@nyu.edu

PAPERS

Alexander Kustov

(Princeton U, US)

akustov@princeton.edu

‘Bloom Where You Are Planted’: What Can We Learn

About Immigration Politics from Public Opposition to Emigration?

Solange Maslowski

(Charles U in Prague, Czech Republic)

solange.maslowski@gmail.com

The Dangerousness of the Lack of Definition of

Legal Grounds Justifying Expulsions of EU Citizens

George Vital Zammit

(U of Malta)

george.v.zammit@um.edu.mt  

The Commune Versus the State:

The Riace Model and the Contours of Migration Policy Conflict    

 

Nina Michalikova

(U of Central Oklahoma, US)

nmichalikova@uco.edu

Before and After:Perception of Fear among American Legal Immigrants

with Undocumented Spouses under the Trump Administration

DISCUSSANT

Helidah Ogude

(New School U, US)

ogudh539@newschool.edu

 

Critical Issues on International Migration

Practical and Normative Considerations

Thursday May 2, 9:40 - 11:40 AM

Migration & Diasporas

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