De-Nationalizing the Transnational, Historicizing the Global: Methodological I

April 9, 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Saunders Hall Room 244

Whether alarmist or optimistic, pronouncements in the 1990s regarding the decline, if not the impending demise, of the nation-state were premised on a willful blindness to crucial aspects of domains such as migration. In this domain, the continuing salience of the nation-state was patently evident in a state monopoly over the regulation of mobility, writ large in, for instance, the technology of the passport. This talk explores the contemporary state in relation to migration.

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Sociology, Mānoa Campus

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Prof. Nandita Sharma, (808) 956-7693,, Event Flyer (PDF)

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