The United States Between Old and New Migrations
The University Center for History, Resistance and Contemporary Times at the University of Padua organizes spring sessions Contemporary History Seminars 2023.
The course is dedicated to Immigration and Immigration Policy. A historical perspective.
The second event, held on March 28 at 3.30 pm, at the Teatro Ruzante, Riviera Tito Livio, 45 – Padova, concerns the following:
Matthew Pritelli (University of Naples “L’Orientale”)
A People of Immigrants: The United States Between Old and New Migrations
The following others occur in:
April 18th at 3:30 p.m
Michel Colucci (CNR – Institute for the Study of Mediterranean Societies)
External Emigration in the Republic of Italy: Interruptions and Continuities from 1945 to Today
May 2 at 3:30 p.m
Simon Pauli (University of Pisa)
European migration policies in historical perspective: Assumptions, developments and challenges
May 16th at 3.330 p.m
Chiara Marchetti (Center for Migration, Asylum and International Cooperation – Parma)
Refugees and reception: can we get out of the emergency?
All events are held in the presence of (free) And in webinars (with inscription).
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