Four Ways to Think About Forced Migration
Consortium on Forced Migration, Displacement, and Education—Spring 2019
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Elizabeth Cullen Dunn, Department of Geography and Department of Environmental Studies, Indiana University, explores displacement as a bureaucratic problem, a logistics issue, a labor market dilemma, and an existential problem.
This lecture is part of the Consortium on Forced Migration, Displacement, and Education. Comprised of colleges Bennington, Bard, Sarah Lawrence, and Vassar, this consortium is committed to developing new, horizontal, and more egalitarian models of global and transnational educational solidarity to address the refugee crisis and to educate our students to be engaged citizens in an increasingly complex and interconnected world.