Mexico and the United States: Frontierization and Migration Policies

GHI Lecture Series

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Mexico and the United States:
Frontierization and Migration Policies

Part of Mobilities and Migrations Across the Americas

Friday, February 26, 2021
Time: 9:00 am Pacific Time | Virtual event

 The border between Mexico and Guatemala. (Photo by Joachim Pietsch.)
The border between Mexico and Guatemala. (Photo by Joachim Pietsch.)

This is the second event in a four-part lecture series on “Mobilities and Migration across the Americas,” organized by the German Historical Institute. Bringing together scholars from Latin America and the Caribbean, the United States, and Europe, this lecture series aims to provide a platform for engaging and inspiring interdisciplinary debates. 

Kateřina Březinová is a professor at the Department of International Relations and European Studies at the Metropolitan University Prague, who works on international migration and international relations with a territorial specialization in the Americas. 

Luicy Pedroza is a professor-researcher at the Centro Internacional at the Colegio de México. Her current research is examines how migration policies regulate the paths to integration.

Organized by Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington at the University of California, Berkeley, German Historical Institute Washington, D.C., and co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies, the Institute of European Studies, Global, International & Area Studies (all at UC Berkeley), The Maria Sibylla Merian Center for Advanced Latin American Studies (CALAS), and the International Research Training Group (IRTG) “Temporalities of Future.”