Past Events

The NYU Migration Network highlights events on topics related to migration and mobility.

Fall 2021 Conflict Series: The Global Compact on Refugees at Three

Fall 2021 Conflict Series: Transition Without Justice? The Current Developments in Afghanistan

Ciguapa Unbound Blackness, Gender & Transnational Geographies of Marronage

Lecture with Hüseyin Yilmaz: “Early Ottoman Translation and Transmission of Knowledge”

Black, Brown and Green Voices: Dr. Danielle T. Phillips-Cunningham


Silsila: First Impressions: Print Media in the Modern Islamic World

Labor Protections for Overseas Chinese Workers

Race in Global Perspective

Unforgetting: A Memoir of Family, Migration, Gangs and Revolution in the Americas

Exchanges Across Religious Lines: Material Interests and Representations

Liminal Spaces: Art and Migration Narratives of Women of the Guyanese Diaspora

The Tenor of the Irish- Jewish Relations in 19th- 20th Century New York

Global 1979: The Iranian Revolution and The Limits of Global History

Mapping Coastal Environments: Homelands of Globalization

Global Uprising: Space & Time II: The Square and The Commune

State of the Field: Housing Challenges during the COVID-19 Crisis

Africans Abroad: A Conversation

Cities in Crisis: Past and Present

HCOxWHN Fireside Chat with Anjana Sreedhar: Healthcare of a Thousand Slights

Rose Sheinberg Lecture: New Cosmologies for Freedom in the 21st Century

Transnational Feminisms & Reimagining Futures in the (Post-)COVID World (APA)

Global Uprising: Space & Time I: Crowds, Bodies, Affect (Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies)

The State of Latinx Photography (The Latinx Project)

Description:Between Black Fugitivity and Revolutionary Intercommunalism: The Structured Vehicle of the Black Panther Party (Urban Democracy Lab)

(2/14/21) National Immigration Law Competition Final Argument