Immigration:Then and Now (Difficult Discussion Series)
A panel of faculty, staff and community immigrants will dialogue on "Immigration: Then and Now". The discussants will share, through telling their stories, on their immigration to the United States, and their perceptions of themselves and expectations of this new country. How those perceptions have evolved other time and their identities and perceptions as an immigrant. As of 2009 there are approximately 128,000 foreign-born individuals who were citizens of the Commonwealth.
Mar 09, 2011
from 02:00 pm to 03:30 pm
|Where||Ekstrom Library 104|
|Contact Name||Dr. Linda Wilson|
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Free and open to the public.
Sponsored by UofL Institute of Intercultural Communications, Crane House, The Asian Institute and the College of Arts & Sciences Dean's Office.