We are delighted to co-host "Without borders? Globalization & the Refugee Crisis" on the 25th October at Princeton University. This free and open event will thoroughly examine the refugee crisis from a historical and contemporary perspective focusing on Europe, Asia and the United States.
There will be presentations by Yingkit Chan (Princeton University) and Greisa Martinez (United We Dream) and a screening and discussion of "A Journey to Europe" with Matthew Cassel.
Poster designed by YuCih Liu
Conference co-sponsored by Council of the Humanities, East Asian Studies Department, Program in Near Eastern Studies, and Verso Books.
PART I: JONES 202, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
“Neighbors and Refugees in Singapore, 1978-1996” / 2PM
“Undocumented Youth at the Forefront of the US Immigration Debate” / 3:15PM
Panel discussion: Globalization and the Refugee Crisis / 4:30PM
Reception / 5:30PM
PART II: BETTS AUDITORIUM N101, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Screening of the documentary, The Journey to Europe / 6:30PM
Q&A with the director, Matthew Cassel, moderated by Sheryl Mendez (Freedom House) / 7:45 PM
*Free and open to the public.
*Please RSVP to Ying-kit Chan, firstname.lastname@example.org