AF/SO 320 - Sub-Saharans in Morocco

This course focuses among others on sub-Saharan migration to Morocco and analyzes the mechanisms that underlie international migratory patterns in the region. This course also examines the dialectical relationship between the different migratory movements and the political and socio-economic contexts of the associated countries. The analysis of this dialectical relationship reveals the causes and consequences of such movements between Morocco and other countries in sub-Saharan Africa.  In addition to in-class discussions, students will take part in a one-week study tour to Senegal as well as to migrant associations in Morocco to have a first-hand understanding of the topic.   

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