Migration and the CitySummer Course

Summer Study Tour
Major Discipline(s)
Anthropology, Human Rights, Urban Studies
Location: Stockholm
Session 3

Migration has transformed the cityscapes of Sweden dramatically in recent years, but the transnational processes of migrant flows have been an indelible force in Europe’s cities for decades. With a focus on Stockholm and a comparative Study Tour to Sicily, we consider the social and spatial impacts of voluntary and involuntary global migrant movements, the dynamics of displacement and place-making in the built environment, and the complexities and creative strategies of migrant communities in urban spaces.

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Tina Mangieri

DIS Summer Faculty

PhD, Geography (UNC Chapel Hill, 2007). Field Director & Principal Investigator, International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc., Honolulu. Archaeology Field School Instructor, Stockholm University & University of Guam. Cartographer, Yemen Project, Royal Ontario Museum. Academic Director, Associate Academic Dean & Academic Dean for Africa, SIT Study Abroad. Fulbright scholar, Kenya (University of Nairobi - cultural, economic, urban geography). Assistant Professor, Geography, Texas A&M University. Assistant Professor, Champlain College. Director of Experiential Education, NYU Abu Dhabi. Associate Dean for Global Education, Bates College. With DIS since 2018.