"2015: The Migrant Crisis & the Transformation of Europe," A Panel on the Migrant Crisis at the University of Maryland

Allison Gunn's picture
October 27, 2015
Maryland, United States
Subject Fields: 
Diplomacy and International Relations, Human Rights, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, European History / Studies, Middle East History / Studies

The Center for the History of the New America


The Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies

invite you to a panel on the migrant crisis,


The Migrant Crisis


the Transformation of Europe


Tuesday, October 27th, 2015 at 4 pm

Francis Scott Key Hall, Room 0106 

University of Maryland, College Park


The waves of refugees recently flooding into Europe from the Middle East and North Africa pose enormous challenges—humanitarian on the one hand, and legal-political on the other. How do societies care for, and assimilate the largest number of migrants since the end of World War II? How do government agencies maintain order and yet provide welfare and social services to tens of thousands of impoverished strangers? How do economies absorb so many new laborers who compete for both skilled and unskilled jobs? Experts drawn from Washington-area academe, NGOs, and government agencies will discuss the immigrant crisis and efforts to address it.


Speakers will include Jeffrey Anderson (Georgetown University), Alice Bullard (IRA-USA), Randa Serhan (American University)


Light refreshments and beverages will accompany the event. 

Please RSVP to newamerica@umd.edu  

If you have any questions about this event, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Contact Info: 
Center For the History of the New America
Allison Gunn and Thomas Messersmith, GAs
2155 Taliaferro Hall
(301) 405-4305
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