Migration, Citizenship, and Refugee Politics in Latin America

Discussion and Brown Bag Lunch

Title Conditional: Migration, Citizenship, and Refugee Politics in Latin America

Diego Acosta Arcarazo & Luisa Feline Freier

Thursday, April 5, 2018
Time: 12:00 - 1:15 pm | 223 Moses Hall

Please join us for a discussion and brown-bag lunch featuring:

• Diego Acosta Arcarazo, (European and Migration Law, University of Bristol), who has a book coming out in May from Cambridge University Press on the legal construction of the national and the foreigner in South America from independence to the present day;

• Luisa Feline Freier (Social and Political Sciences, Universidad del Pacifico, Lima), who will present research on current South American migration and refugee policies.

This event co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies, the Department of Sociology, and the Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative.


Luisa Feline Freier presents her findings (Photo by Emily Thompson.)

Luisa Feline Freier presents her findings (Photo by Emily Thompson.)

 

Diego Acosta Arcarazo discusses migration policy (Photo by Emily Thompson.)

Diego Acosta Arcarazo discusses migration policy (Photo by Emily Thompson.)

 

Photo by Emily Thompson.

Photo by Emily Thompson.

 

Spectators watch a match in São Paulo featuring a team from the Haitian migrant community. (Photo by João Vitor Campos de Reis.)
Spectators watch a match in São Paulo featuring a team from the Haitian migrant community. (Photo by João Vitor Campos de Reis.)