Event Title

Perspectives On Nations Unbound: The Transnational Paradigm in the Current Conjecture

Streaming Media

Location

18/F, Patterson Office Tower

Start Date

6-2-2015 2:00 PM

Description

Held in conjunction with ST 600, "Transnational Lives," Dr. Glick Schiller is the first lecturer in the Committee on Social Theory Spring Lecture Series.

Nina Glick Schiller is the Director of the Cosmopolitan Cultures Institute at the University of Manchester. The author of more than 80 articles and several books on migration, transnational processes and social relations, diasporic connections, and long distance nationalism, she has conducted research in Haiti, the United States, and Germany and worked with migrants from all regions of the globe. Her current research documents the experiential cosmopolitanism that accompanies migrants’ transformations of urban life.

 
Feb 6th, 2:00 PM

Perspectives On Nations Unbound: The Transnational Paradigm in the Current Conjecture

18/F, Patterson Office Tower

Held in conjunction with ST 600, "Transnational Lives," Dr. Glick Schiller is the first lecturer in the Committee on Social Theory Spring Lecture Series.

Nina Glick Schiller is the Director of the Cosmopolitan Cultures Institute at the University of Manchester. The author of more than 80 articles and several books on migration, transnational processes and social relations, diasporic connections, and long distance nationalism, she has conducted research in Haiti, the United States, and Germany and worked with migrants from all regions of the globe. Her current research documents the experiential cosmopolitanism that accompanies migrants’ transformations of urban life.