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The Global in the US South: views of immigrants and labor

Join us for a virtual roundtable “The Global in the US South: views of immigrants and labor” – a sequel to the November roundtable on the US South in the Globe. 

Speakers are:

-Uzma Quraishi, historian, of Sam Houston State University, has written on Indian and Pakistani immigrants to Houston.

-Jennifer Jones, sociologist, of Univ Illinois – Chicago, who has written on Latino immigrants in North Carolina.

-Angela Stuesse, anthropologist, U North Carolina, has written on Latino poultry workers in MS.

The Global in the US South is organized by Global Studies with funding from the Haines-Morris Endowment Fund.  Additional sponsors include the Center for Global Engagement, the Departments of Sociology, History, Geography, Political Science, and Anthropology; and Africana Studies, Asian Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and Middle East Studies.

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Friday, February 19 at 1:30pm to 3:00pm

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Anthropology, Center for Global Engagement, English, Geography, Global Studies Program, History, Humanities Center, Sociology


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Tore Olsson

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