The MLGH Conference brings together a multidisciplinary group of scholars and scientists for two exciting days of exploration and debate on the interrelated issues of labor migration, occupational health, and economics.
This seminar asks how Latina mothers seek to foster advantageous social identities in their daughters through their parenting practices, or more specifically, how Latina mothers manage and think about their daughter’s doll access.
Migration has been identified as a peaceful form of redistribution and regulation of global inequality. They test this hypothesis by analyzing the migration-inequality relationship using U.S. Decennial Census data since 1900.
Joseph Chamie will provide an entertaining long-term perspective on current population and migration patterns and issues, including the US dilemma of what to do about the estimated 11 million unauthorized foreigners in the US and shrinking populations in many European countries.