Digital Classroom

 

Pedagogical Resources on Forced Migration

    • Amy Kaslow photo essay, EuropeNow 
      • Photographs and analysis of the intersection of forced migration and trauma in post-conflict societies
    • Selective Bibliography of Forced Migration, Vassar College
      • Accessible, multimedia resources on forced migration grouped by theme, right for student and general audiences or to augment syllabi
    • Border Pedagogy Working Group, Bard College, (link forthcoming)
      • Resources on “bringing the border to the classroom:” experiential learning, model syllabi, and how to contextualize videos of encounters with border security agents for students
    • Syllabi
      • “Confronting the Crisis: Refugees and Populism in Europe,” Jeffrey Jurgens Syllabus
      • “Lexicon of Migration: Nations, Borders, and Mobilities,” Parthiban Muniandy Syllabus
      • “Moving Histories: Migrations,” Displacements, and Diasporas, Stefanie Woodard Syllabus and Introduction
      • “Migrants and Refugees in the Americas,” Miles Rodríguez Syllabus and Introduction
      • “Dying in Diaspora,” Emily Mitchell-Eaton Syllabus (link forthcoming)