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Uprooted: Displacement, Mobility, and Impermanence

  • Lewis & Clark College 0615 Southwest Palatine Hill Road Portland, OR, 97219 United States (map)
This panel will look at the ways in which people create home, specifically in the context of migrations and movements, while keeping in mind urgent issues of immigration and refugeeism.

How do geographic upheaval and movement affect racial, ethnic, and national identity? How do people conceptualize home in transitory conditions? Is there an “end point” if home is constantly moving? 

Location

Stamm Dining Room, Templeton Campus Center


Moderator

Maryann Bylander, L&C assistant professor of sociology

Panel

Sara Jay, L&C visiting assistant professor of history
Leone Palmeri, L&C ’17, “La Fabbrica Occupata, a Space of Resistance and Self Organization”
Lena Novak, L&C ’17, “Migrant Shelters: Space, Communication and Interaction”
Elliott Young, L&C professor of history and director of ethnic studies