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Refugees, Immigrants, and Deportable Workers: The Global History of International Migration
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Human migration is often described as a crisis or problem, but it has been around for millennia. Only the barriers to movement are new. This course considers the rise of restrictions and how various nations deal with issues such as rights, citizenship, and integration.


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