86369 - MIGRATION TO AND FROM EUROPE

Scheda insegnamento

  • Docente Francesca Fauri

  • Crediti formativi 4

  • SSD SECS-P/12

  • Modalità didattica Convenzionale - Lezioni in presenza

  • Lingua di insegnamento Inglese

  • Orario delle lezioni dal 06/11/2019 al 06/12/2019

Anno Accademico 2019/2020

Conoscenze e abilità da conseguire

The objective of this module is to investigate, with the help of international experts, a few different but interrelated topics: the history and evolution of migration and immigration movements, the impact of immigrant business in Europe and the young foreigners’ national identity formation processes, between opportunities and constraints (this entails issues relating to social and cultural interaction; intergenerational relations; citizenship and sense of belonging; future orientations). This new innovative module will be open to all students in Forlì and will include the contribution of European legal experts, historians, demographers, economists and sociologists in order to offer a cross-disciplinary long term view on migration movements and their economic and social impact. It will benefit from the Jean Monnet Chair contribution which will cover all travel expenses of the incoming international experts.

Programma/Contenuti

Course contents

The 10 seminars will start on November 6th 2019 - 13-15

They will cover the history of migration from and to Europe and the integration challenges and risks (including topics such as: the history of migrant labour force in Europe, immigrant entrepreneurship, the refugee situation, young foreigners’ national identity formation processes and their education opportunities). Each lesson focuses on a specific issue and each guest speaker will provide a different perspective on migration. Speakers will include historians, sociologists, law scholars, and economists. 

The program is now available:

MIGRATION TO AND FROM EUROPE

10 seminars on migration - November 2019

Scuola di Scienze Politiche Via G. della Torre 1 - Forlì

 

6 Nov. Wednesday 13-15 Room 3.2

Francesca Fauri (University of Bologna)

“European migration in the long run: an economic history”

 

8 Nov. Friday 13-15 Room 3.1

Elisabetta Tonizzi (University of Genoa)

“From sail to steam, Transatlantic European migration from the mid 1800s to the eve of WWI”

 

12 Nov Tuesady 9-11 Room 2.1

 Gloria Sanz Lafuente (Universidad Pública de Navarra)

“Labour markets and emigrations in Spain in the XXth century"

 

13 Nov. Wednesay 13-15 Room 3.2

Francesca Fauri and Donatella Strangio (La Sapienza Un. Rome)

“Italian migration to Africa: the cases of Tunisia and Libya”

 

15 Nov. Friday 13-15 Room 3.1

Paolo Tedeschi (Milano Bicocca University)

“Immigration and integration: the case of Belgium”

 

19 Nov. Tuesday 9-11 Room 2.1

Sabrina Ragone (University of Bologna)

“Regulation of migration between the EU and the member states”

 

26 Nov. Tuesday 9-11 Room 2.1

 Elli Heikkila (Migration Institute of Finland)

Immigrants and the Finnish labour market and future prospects

 

27 Nov. Wednesday 13-15 Room 3.2

Paolo Galassi (Conicet/Ceina/Uns Bahía Blanca)

Human capital immigration: the case of Italians in Argentina

 

29 Nov. Friday 13-15 Room 3.1

Marco Borraccetti (University of Bologna)

“Incoherencies in a coherent approach: the EU action against trafficking in human beings”

 

Dic. Tuesday 9-11 Room 2.1

Giancarlo Gasperoni (University of Bologna)

“Educational Performance and Choices: The Impact of Immigrant Status”

The seminars are open to all students and citizens

Testi/Bibliografia

READINGS

Selected readings will be provided at the beginning of the module. As a general reference: F. Fauri (ed.) The History of Migration in Europe: Prospectives from economics, politics and sociology, Routledge, New York, 2015.

Metodi didattici

Teaching methods. The idea is to investigate, with the help of international experts, many different viewpoints relating to migration.

Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento

Assessment methods:

Students are asked to participate and contribute to the discussion. Attendance is mandatory. At the end of the course students will be evaluated on the basis of their participation in class and a short research paper they can prepare in small groups and present in class.

Erasmus students of the University of Bologna can take this course.

Strumenti a supporto della didattica

Teaching tools: Powerpoint, Audiovisual instruments, newspaper/journal articles

Orario di ricevimento

Consulta il sito web di Francesca Fauri