SOCY 398F: Special Topics in Sociology; Gender and Migration: Global Trends and the Israeli Case

Increased migration, particularly among women, is one of the most discussed aspects of present-day globalization. Yet the discourse about migration both in the media and within academia is still often gender-blind. Through historical and sociological literature this course will critically survey the impact of gender on migration and its relations to ethnicity and race.
Also offered as ISRL349W and WMST498F. Credit will be granted for ISRL349W, SOCY398F or WMST498F.
Credits: 3
Grading Method: Regular
[Future instances TBD]