Intensive course: Migration, Culture, Citizenship

Intensive course: Migration, Culture, Citizenship

INTENSIVE COURSE: Migration, Culture, Citizenship

28 June to 1 July 2021 in Canberra, Australia

Applications close 27 April 2021

 

The Jean Monnet European Union Migration and Integration network is pleased to announce its intensive course on Migration, Culture and Citizenship.

This intensive course will bring students to Canberra to learn about European and Australian migration and integration challenges. Study topics include: migration politics in Europe & Australia, integration of migrants and refugees; multiculturalism; the relationship between culture and citizenship; memorialisation versus community-based memory-making; creative practice. The academic focus is enhanced by opportunities to engage with the first-hand experiences of refugees, NGOs, artists and curators, government officials and policy professionals.

Taught over 4 days by faculty from The Australian National University, Australian and European scholars and practitioners, the course will be available to students attending in person and to international students from the participating universities in the US, Singapore and New Zealand joining the activities virtually.

Application to the course is competitive and limited to 25 students.

This intensive course is part of the Jean Monnet Network Policy, Politics, Culture: EU Migration & Integration.

For more information, including how to apply, see the attached flyer and the draft program, or visit: https://bit.ly/3tqTlB0

Date & time

Mon 28 Jun 2021, 9am – Thu 01 Jul 2021, 2pm

Location

ANU Centre for European Studies, RSSS Bldg, 146 Ellery Crescent, Canberra

Contacts

ANU Centre for European Studies
+61 2 6125 9896

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