Commitment, Crisis, Capture: Analyzing the Evolution of South Africa’s Refugee Policy
January 3, 2018 at 1:00 PM to 4:45 AM
|Location:||Discovery Centre Room MacOdrum Library|
Heather David, Masters Student, Political Science, Carleton University
Heather Davis: I am a Master’s student in the Political Science Department at Carleton University. I recently returned from a trip to South Africa where I was conducting field research for my Masters thesis. I initially became interested in the study of forced migration and refugees in a course I took last year, in the first year of my program. For that class, I wrote a paper exploring the nature of the global refugee regime in a country like India, whose history with colonialism, division, and the mass movement of people across borders, contradicts many of the international community’s ideas and definitions surrounding forced migration.
Wednesday, January 3rd, 1:00– 2:30 pm
MacOdrum Library Discovery Centre Room 482, Carleton University*