Fall public lecture series with Cornell University's Migrations initiative

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Join Cornell University's Migrations initiative on Wednesdays at 3:00pm EST this fall for a series of public lectures (zoom webinars) looking at migration in global, interdisciplinary, multi-species terms. Our full schedule with registration links for each of the weekly talks (free and open to all) is available here: https://migrations.cornell.edu/study

On 9/16, Shannon Gleeson will present on "Immigration Policy and Worker Precarity". Our series then continues with talks on subjects including the Underground Railroad, healthcare access, migrant farmworkers in multiple global contexts, climate migration, and the social-ecological impacts of relocating Jakarta.

This series is linked with our course "Migrations: A Global, Interdisciplinary, Multi-Species Examination" and features ongoing work and new projects by faculty collaborating with Cornell's Global Grand Challenge in Migrations.