GOV 365N • 2 - Immigration and Comparative Politics
11:00 AM-12:30 PM
Course number may be repeated for credit when topics vary. A systematic comparison of contemporary migration and related political conflict in Western democracies. The US case is contrasted with those of Australia, Canada, and the European democracies. Some limited attention to Asian countries of immigration (Japan, Korea).
2 Exams: 70% 1 Short Paper: 25% Class Attendance: 5%
Cornelius et al, Controlling Immigration: A Global Perspective, 2nd ed. Castles and Miller, Age of Migration, 3rd ed.