Tag: World on the Move

The Gringo Policies and Addictions That Drove Jakelin Caal From Raxruha

aaaguestcontributor , February 7th, 2019


Liza Grandia, Ph.D. (cultural anthropologist and Associate Professor of Native American Studies at University of California-Davis) is the author of Enclosed: Conservation, Cattle, and Commerce among t…


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Trump’s Wall and the Dictator Aesthetic

Margaret Dorsey , August 4th, 2017


Well, look, we’re going to have a border. It’s going to be a real border, and we’re going to build a wall and it’s going to be a…


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Cities as Migrant Emplacement

Alexandra Frankel , April 5th, 2017


São Paulo rappers are remaking the cultural space of the city. We’ve joined forces with AAA’s public education initiative “World on the Move: 100,000 Years of Human Migration”…


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Supporting Students Impacted by Proposed Immigration Policy Changes

aaaguestcontributor , December 1st, 2016


This post was authored by Susan Bibler Coutin, with Anita Casavantes Bradford and Laura E. Enriquez. As an anthropologist who writes about immigration issues, many of my conversations…


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Human Trafficking in a Time of Crisis

Elyse Bailey , November 25th, 2016


How exaggerated media reports misconceive the realities of migration and displacement. The current refugee crisis in Europe has once again sounded alarms about increased human trafficking. This is…


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Displacing Community

Elyse Bailey , November 21st, 2016


In Baltimore development isn’t just about “business getting built”—it’s also about community relations. As I arrived at my office at Coppin State University (CSU) late in the morning…


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Worker-Mothers on the Margins of Europe: A World on the Move Event

aaaguestcontributor , September 27th, 2016


Submitted by Leslie Walker, project manager, AAA public education initiatives. On August 25, 2016, the AAA hosted our second book reading in conjunction with our public education initiative, World…


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Why Are People on the Move?

Elyse Bailey , June 23rd, 2016


At the 2016 Folklife Festival AAA asks what objects you would take with you if you suddenly had to move and how you would cope with new surroundings….


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“Trafficked Children and Adolescents in the United States: Reimagining Survivors” A World on the Move Event

Anne Kelsey , June 20th, 2016


The evening of June 7, 2016, marked the inaugural book reading for AAA’s public education initiative World on the Move: 100,000 Years of Human Migration. Our first author,…


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