This project will examine how immigration, borders, and sexualities are mutually transforming one another within the context of economic, political and informational globalization. The University of Arizona offers a particularly rich location for examining this critical issue, since Arizona is the busiest border crossing point in the U.S., a "refugee resettlement" site, a human and product transportation hub, and the home of diverse immigrant and LGBTQ communities. The multi-faceted Borders, Migration and Globalization initiative will include conferences, publications, visiting scholars and curricular development.
BMG VISITING SCHOLARS
- Dr. Anne-Marie Fortier, Spring 2007
BMG CURRICULAR DEVELOPMENT
- WS 696: Sexuality and International Migration