1 course, 3 weeks, 3 credits. What causes Latin American citizens to emigrate to the United States without a visa? How do people undertake the journey? And what does all this mean for North Carolina communities? This class is scheduled to accommodate working students. Special consideration given to public servants and advocates working with Latino communities or thinking of doing so.Read More
Ben successfully completed his Master’s in Anthropology with his paper that examines how men employ lies, jokes, and jokes about lies to create the ties through which they collectively manage fish stock.Read More
After spending one week with NCSU students supporting CARA's pro bono legal work processing asylum cases at an ICE family detention center, I found it hard to understand why we have the system we do.
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Michael successfully completed his Master's in Anthropology this December by piloting a methods track that allows our students to create a portfolio of research skills.Read More
Looking into the extensive literature on the topic that fascinated her, she felt her own ideas shrink in comparison. She wondered whether her ideas were worthwhile...Read More
The class walks students through research on a migration-related topic of their choosing. Students then use that research to write up Wikipedia...Read More