Diffusion, Deflection and Diversity: A Geographic Perspective on Contemporary Immigration

3/23/2012; 68 minutes

Marie Price has extensive field experience researching urban immigration, migration, and development in Latin America. She has surveyed emigration from Bolivia, investigated migration and coffee cultivation in Venezuela, and gathered data and conducted field research on global cities and immigrants. Price's lecture focuses on her insights about diversity and immigration. As a Latin Americanist, she draws connections to key Sauerian ideas about cultural diffusion and landscape, and then elaborates on how these concepts are relevant when interpreting the challenges surrounding immigrant inclusion and exclusion.

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