The Center for the Study of the Holocaust,
Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity
Presents its series of virtual events for the Fall 2021
Refugees and Forcibly Displaced Persons
3. Migrants, Refugees, and Cages: Understanding the American Detention Regime
Thursday, November 18 2021 - 12:00-1:15PM (EDT)
How did the U.S. treat refugees and immigrants in the Trump era, from bureaucratic hurdles to cages? Prof. David Hernández analyzes the US detention system, particularly as it intersects with Latinx immigration. And Prof. Marlene Ramos lays bare the political economy of immigration imprisonment in New Jersey county jails, with its disproportionate impact on people of color. Chair: Prof. Marion Kaplan.
Other Events of the Series:
1. Dispossessing Native America: Indigeneity, Land, and Reconciliation
Thursday, September 30 2021 - 12:00-1:15PM (EDT)
Focusing on the complex histories of Indigenous-colonial relations, Profs. Margaret Jacobs, Claudio Saunt, and Justin de Leon offer fresh perspectives on violent and non-violent forms of extinguishing Indigenous land and culture in North America, and on returning stolen lands to their rightful Indigenous guardians. Chair: Dr Mikal Eckstrom.
2. The Negev Bedouin: Emptied Lands and Displaced People
Wednesday, October 27 2021 - 12:00-1:15PM (EDT)
Israel's treatment of the Negev Bedouin has been a story of displacement and dispossession. A wide-ranging conversation between Drs. Eli Karetny, Thabet Abu Rass, Yeela Raana, and Netta Amar-Schiff will explore the unique nature of Bedouin resistance, the history of coerced urbanization, and the situation in the unrecognized Bedouin villages.
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