WWI and the Making of Modern Diasporas

Date
Nov 17, 2021, 6:00 pm7:30 pm
Location
Virtual via Zoom
Speakers
Audience
Public / Open To All
Event Description

The aftermath of WWI was a turning point in the modern history of involuntary migration, mass displacement, and global diasporas. Why did WWI displace so many people? What was the international response to the mass displacement of people after the war, and how did it contribute to the development of modern refugee relief efforts?

Speakers:

  • Dr. Emily Baughan, Lecturer in 19th/20th Century British History, University of Sheffield
  • Dr. Reena Goldthree, Assistant Professor of African American Studies, Princeton University
  • Dr. Ronald Suny, William H. Sewell Jr. Distinguished University Professor of History and Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan

Moderated by Dr. Adele Lindenmeyr, Professor of History and Dean of CLAS, Villanova University

Co-sponsored by the Department of Global Interdisciplinary Studies, Villanova University

Source: Villanova University

Event Type
Panel Discussion
Event Category
AAS Recommended Events

 

Any individual, including visitors to campus, who requires an accommodation should contact Dionne Worthy (dworthy@princeton.edu) at least one week in advance of the event.