Syllabus Bank

Thanks to our colleagues below for sharing their syllabi. If you’d like to add your migration or citizenship syllabus (taught in the last five years) to the syllabus bank, email Rebecca HamlinPDF of the file. Please name your file as follows: LastName, Firstname – Name of Course, Semester Year. Syllabi taught more than five years ago can be found in the archive.

Contents 

  • Migration and Citizenship (broad courses)
  • Immigration and Integration (United States)
  • Immigration and Integration (non-US)
  • Forced Migration and Refugee Studies
  • Emigration, Transnationalism, and Diaspora Studies
  • Citizenship, Membership, and the Ethics of Migration Policy
  • Gender and Migration
  • Human Rights, Security, and Migration
  • Political Economy, Development, and Migration
  • Other Topics
  • All Syllabi (by instructor last name)
  • Archived Syllabi

Migration and Citizenship (broad courses)

Immigration and Integration (United States)

Immigration and Integration (non-US)

Forced Migration and Refugee Studies

Emigration, Transnationalism, and Diaspora studies

Citizenship, Membership, and the Ethics of Migration

Gender and Migration

Human Rights, Security, and Migration

Political Economy, Development, and Migration

Other Topics

All Syllabi (by instructor last name)

  1. Adida, Claire – Politics of Multiculturalism, Fall 2018
  2. Arkilic, Ayca – Borders, Migrants, and States – 2018
  3. Baubock, Rainer – “Boundaries and Inclusion in Political Theory” (Fall 2016)
  4. Ben-Arieh, Galya – #WithRefugees-Politics of Sanctuary & Solidarity – Winter 2019
  5. Ben-Arieh,Galya – Refugee Crises & Human Rights, Fall 2018
  6. Brown, Colin – “The Politics of Citizenship and Naturalization” (Spring 2017, graduate)
  7. Brown, Colin – The Politics of Citizenship and Naturalization, 2018, undergraduate
  8. Burgess, Katrina – Migration and Transnationalism in Latin America – 2019
  9. Comte, Emmanuel – Making Immigration Successful in the West, Winter 2019, graduate
  10. de Graauw, Els – Immigration and Integration in the United States – Fall 2020
  11. DeSipio, Louis – “U.S. Immigration Policy” (Winter 2017)
  12. Donnelly, Michael – Comparative Public Policy of Diversity and Immgiration, Fall 2018
  13. Ellermann, Antje – The Comparative Politics of Immigration – Spring 2020
  14. Ellermann, Antje – Debates in Migration and Citizenship – Spring 2019
  15. Ersanilli, Evelyn, and Sarah Garding – “Citizenship in the Context of Immigration and Emigration” (2014-15)
  16. FitzGerald, David – “Immigration in Comparative Perspective” (Fall 2018)
  17. Givens, Terri – “Comparative Immigration Politics” (Spring 2015)
  18. Golash-Boza, Tanya – “Topics in Immigration” (Fall 2015)
  19. Gould, Carol – “Borders, Boundaries, and the Ethics of Immigration” (Fall 2016, graduate seminar)
  20. Gould, Carol – “Immigration, Human Rights, and the Nation” (Fall 2016, undergraduate course)
  21. Greenhill, Kelly M. and Oxana Shevel – “Migration, Refugees and Citizenship in a Globalized World” (Spring 2016)
  22. Jones-Correa, Michael – Dilemmas of Immigration – Spring 2018
  23. Kaya, Serdar – Refugees and Forced Migration – Spring 2019
  24. Kaya, Serdar – Global Labour Migration – Fall 2018
  25. Klotz, Audie – Global Migration” (Spring 2017)
  26. Koch, Anne – The Politics of Refugee Protection in Europe: Past, Present, & Future Prospects” – Winter 2014-15
  27. Koehn, Peter – The Politics of Global Migration – Fall 2018
  28. Kolbe, Melanie – “The Politics of Immigration Control” (Fall 2018)
  29. Kretsedemas, Philip A. – “Immigration Policy: Global and North American Perspectives” (Future Course)
  30. Law, Anna – “The Politics of U.S. Immigration and Citizenship” (Spring 2016)
  31. Lee, Taeku – “Racial and Ethnic Politics in the New American Century” (Fall 2015)
  32. Maas, Willem – Borders, Displacement and the State, Winter 2019
  33. Marrow, Helen – Immigration, Public Opinion, Politics, and Media, Fall 2018
  34. Maxwell,Rahsaan – Immigrant Integration in Europe, 2019
  35. May,Paul – Multiculturalism and Integration, Spring 2018
  36. Messina, Anthony M. – “Crossing Borders: The Logics and Politics of Transnational Migration” (Spring 2015)
  37. Mohanty, Pete – Immigration Crisis? Policy Dilemmas in the US and Europe (Spring 2017)
  38. Mylonas, Harris – Nationalism, 2019
  39. Mylonas, Harris – Nationalism and Nation-Building, 2019
  40. Naujoks, Daniel – Migration and Human Development, Fall 2019
  41. Naujoks, Daniel – “Mobility and Forced Migration” (Fall 2017) 
  42. Naujoks, Daniel – “Global Refugee Regimes” (Spring 2018)
  43. Naujoks, Daniel – Global Governance. Climate Change and Migration, Spring 2020
  44. Naujoks, Daniel – Refugees in Turkey and Global Public Policy, Spring 2020
  45. Newton, Lina – “U.S. Immigration Policy” (Fall 2015)
  46. Norman, Kelsey – “Migration, Immigration, and Displacement in the Middle East and North Africa (Spring 2018)
  47. Norman, Kelsey – EU Border Externalization and the Transformation of MENA Host States, Winter 2019
  48. Oonk, Gijsbert – “Migration, Citizenship and Identity in Global History” (Spring 2017)
  49. Pugh, Jeffrey – “Immigration and Conflict” (Fall 2016)
  50. Pugh, Jeffrey – Borders, Migration, and Security in the Americas (Spring 2019)
  51. Ruspini, Paolo – Migration and Memory in a Transnational Perspective, Summer 2019
  52. Schenk, Caress – “The Politics of Immigration Control” (Spring 2015)
  53. Schmidt, Ron – Special Topics: Immigration Policy – Spring 2018
  54. Sidney, Mara – “Citizenship, Immigration Politics, and American Identity” (Spring 2015)
  55. Sigona, Nando – “Globalisation, International Migration and Citizenship” (Spring 2017)
  56. Song, Sarah – “Foundations of Political Philosophy: Equality and Citizenship” (Spring 2019)
  57. Sriram, Shyam – “Contemporary Political Issues: Immigration in the United States” (Fall 2018)
  58. Tsourapas, Gerasimos – “Politics of Migrants, Refugees, and Diasporas in the Middle East” (Fall 2017)
  59. Tungohan, Ethel – “Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Im/migration” (Spring 2017)
  60. Varsanyi, Monica – Immigration, the State, and Justice, Fall 2017
  61. Varsanyi, Monica – Law and Politics of Immigration, Fall 2017
  62. Wallace, Sophia Jordán- “Immigration Politics & Policy” (Fall 2016)
  63. Waters, Mary – Immigration and the Transformation of American Society, Fall 2018
  64. Williamson, Abigail Fisher – Immigration and Integration Policy, Spring 2019
  65. Wong, Tom K. – “Politics of Immigration” (Winter 2017)
  66. Wong, Tom K. – “International Human Rights: Rights of Migrants” (Spring 2015)

Archived Syllabus Bank