Academic year(s): 2018-2019
SCOTCAT credits : 30
ECTS credits : 15
Level : SCQF Level 9
This module will offer students the opportunity to examine past and present theoretical debates on migration. It will look at the ways in which major social, political and economic shifts at local and global level have contributed to the making and re-making of migrant subjectivities and identities in a globalised world.The module will focus specifically on a series of interconnected debates on cosmopolitanism, migration, citisenship and multiculturalism. This is intended to increase students' awareness of the active role played by migrants in wider political, social, and economic transformations, and for current anthropological debates on agency and personhood, on gender and intimacy, on subjectivity and identity.
Pre-requisite(s): Before taking this module you must pass SA2001 and pass SA2002
Weekly contact: 1 lecture, 1 seminar per week and 2 hours film/video viewing in total.
Scheduled learning hours: 24
Guided independent study hours: 276
As used by St Andrews: 3-hour Written Examination or Take-Home Examination = 50%, Coursework = 50%
As defined by QAA
Written examinations : 50%
Practical examinations : 0%
Re-assessment: 3-hour Written Examination or Take-Home Examination = 50%, Coursework = 50%
Module coordinator: Dr M Fumanti
Module teaching staff: Dr M Fumanti