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.

Course Name
SOCY398F
Credits
3
Course Title
Special Topics in Sociology; Gender and Migration: Global Trends and the Israeli Case
Grading Method
Prerequisites/Rules
Also offered as ISRL349W and WMST498F. Credit will be granted for ISRL349W, SOCY398F or WMST498F.