Free extension program discusses migrations in distinct scenarios
Course promoted by Graduate Program in History
On May 4 – 5, from 6 PM to 7 PM, the study group Migratory movements in Latin America: A historical perspective of the School of Humanities’ Graduate Program in History will be promoting the extension program Contextos de Migração: Categorias que emergem desde distintos cenários (Migration Contexts: Categories that emerge from distinct scenarios). The course is at no charge and will count as complementary hours. To sign up, please fill out the form available here.
On May 4, the graduate student in History at the School of Humanities Caroline Nunes and the PhD in Migratory Studies by the University of Granada (Spain) Lissette Madriaga Parra will be joining the round table. On May 5th, the round table will include the PhD student in Migration Studies at the University of Granada Diana Garcés-Amay and the Master in History, Milliann Carla Strona, from PUCRS. The sessions will be moderated by Cláudia Guedes, a postdoctoral fellow under the Institutional Project of Internationalization (PUCRS-PrInt)’s international cooperation project on Migrations.
The issue of migration is of key importance in the academia for History and Social Sciences in general. This topic unfolds into other special themes and categories for social research: belonging, gender, racism, identity, colonization. At the same time, different methodologies deal with questioning this plurality of aspects. Thus, the event aims to bring together studies developed by PUCRS’ and the Universidad de Granada’s researchers, by connecting their different research paths and favoring their points of intersection.
International cooperation project on Migrations
PUCRS-PrInt’s priority theme World in Motion: Individuals and society embraces the international cooperation project Migrations: Historical and conceptual Perspectives and Analysis of Contemporary Phenomena, which is coordinated by Prof. Dr. Antonio de Ruggiero. Find out more about the project here.