Invisible Discriminations by Americans for Informed Democracy
March 2, 3, & 4, Ithaca Campus
This event series seeks to uncover ways power relations are changing while simultaneously being preserved. Each segment of "Invisible Discriminations" will strive to make vivid the present realities faced by the global underclass in hopes of revealing how western transnational linkages are re-creating power.
"Are You Calling Me a Racist Old Chap?" British Neocolonialism
Arun Kundnani, London's Institute of Race Relations
Alice Cook House Seminar Room
March 2 at 6:30 pm
Description: Arun Kundnani will discuss the origins and continuances of British racism as it pertains to colonial immigrants. Dinner is provided.
Uncovering a Global Underclass: Women Made Visible
Arun Kundnani, London's Institute of Race Relations & Jane Berger, ILR Visiting Professor
March 3 at 4:30 pm
Description: A panel discuss that will cover some of the transformations creating a modern global underclass. The discussion will go over topics such as citizenship, neoliberalism, Islam & poverty. A reception with refreshments will follow. This event is co-hosted with the International Women's Day Committee.
Regulating Migration in a New Security World: The Role of Non-State Actors
Gallya Lahav, SUNY Stony Brook
Luncheon at ILR Conference Center Rm 229
March 4 at 12:15 pm
Description: Dr Lahav's workshop will be centered on how nation-states are maintaining borders in a globalizing world. Dr Lahav specializes in the politics of international migration and European integration. Her talk will based on the role of the EU and other non-state actors in Europe. Lunch will be provided.
- Cornell Law School
- ILR School & ILR International Programs
- International Student Programming Board - European Studies Department
- Center for the Studies of Inequality- Africana Studies – LASP
Contact Lakhpreet Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.