HIS21: Worlds Clashing
The Making of the Immigration Problem in the West

Dates and times: Spring semester, Mondays & Thursdays, 1:30–2:30 pm GMT
Enrol by 20 January 2025 for the Spring 2025 semester.

Are you wondering how immigration became such a big topic in Europe and North America? Since the 1960s, a lot has changed. We’ll dive into this together in this course!

Here’s what you’ll get from this course:
1. Learn the Story of Immigration: We’ll explore why people moved to Western countries since the 1960s, how governments reacted, and the conflicts that arose.
2. Engage in Practical Learning: You’ll complete your own research project. It’s a great chance to practice digging up sources and putting together a strong argument based on this evidence.
3. Join the Conversation: Every week, we’ll have online lectures and lively discussions. Catch the lectures every Tuesday at 1:30 pm GMT, and join our live discussion sessions on Thursdays at the same time. Got questions? Email them, post on the course forum, or ask during the live sessions!
4. Grow Your Skills: By the end, you’ll be great at understanding why people move, how countries respond, and the effects on society and politics. Plus, you’ll get acquainted with research!

How We’ll Do It:
– Weekly online lectures to watch at your own pace.
– Engaging live discussions to share your thoughts and hear from others.
– A research project forming the capstone of your newfound knowledge.

Who Should Join?
Anyone interested in understanding the story of immigration to Western countries: why it happens, how countries react, and what it means for us today. Whether you’re just curious, a student, or someone working in a related field, this course is for you!

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Spring ####: Completed the History Course "Worlds Clashing: The Making of the Immigration Problem in the West" instructed by Dr Emmanuel Comte. Through 12 weeks of 1-hour lectures and 1-hour discussion seminars, culminating in research work as the final examination, honed my knowledge and skills in the subject area. URL: https://www.emmanuel-comte.eu/his21-immigration-problem/.

Testimonials

‘Very interesting course, very relevant to today’s world.’Student from Berkeley.

‘Class content (reading material) was interesting and followed a logical flow. Discussions were informative as he encouraged everyone to participate.’Student from Berkeley.