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INAF-694 Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies: Advanced Research Seminar
Spring for 2014-2015
This seminar is intended for students interested in preparing a research paper on a topic related to refugees and humanitarian emergencies. During the first part of the semester, we will read articles and hear from guest speakers who will discuss cutting edge issues. In the second part of the semester, we will read and discuss drafts of the participants' work. The professors will help students formulate research projects and provide support in basic research tools. Research can focus on all types of forced migrants, including the internally displaced and victims of trafficking.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: INAF 687 or 698 or professor's permission
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