Sept 21 Symposium on Migration Across Global Regimes of Childhood

ICGC co-sponsored event: 9.21.18 ~ 120 Elmer Anderson Library

Migration Across Global Regimes of Childhood Symposium

This one-day symposium explores the history and contemporary politics of child migration, as well as the fundamental discourses of governances - the global "regimes of childhood" - that have worked to regulate the movement of children, across time and space. This symposium brings migration studies into dialogue with childhood and youth studies to reconsider, and interrogate, how the "politics of intimacy" so often associated with children and child mobility have intersected with geopolitical designs and the consolidation of nation-states, from a trans-epochal perspective.

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