Global Race, Ethnicity, & Migration
Globalization is changing the ways in which people move and how they form communities, which is important because global migrations are transforming policies, cultures, and societies. The Immigration History Research Center's Global Race, Ethnicity, and Migration (Global REM) lecture series advances public dialogue and research related to some of these most pressing issues.
Global REM serves as a dynamic framework that brings interdisciplinary research centers, faculty, staff, and students across the University together to address some of the most compelling questions facing changing societies around the world. Lecture series participants come from a broad range of disciplines—including the social sciences, humanities, public health, law, public policy, education and human development, University libraries, and family social science.
The monthly Global REM lecture series brings local, national, and international researchers to campus for public events and discussions. Events are co-sponsored with the Institute for Global Studies and scheduled throughout the fall and spring semesters.
Educator resources and curriculum modules are available for instructors to facilitate learning and discussions on issues related to race, ethnicity, and migration.