Citizenship, Migration & Multiculturalism in Europe
|Kod przedmiotu:||WSM.IE-S221D||Kod Erasmus / ISCED:||(brak danych) / (brak danych)|
|Nazwa przedmiotu:||Citizenship, Migration & Multiculturalism in Europe|
|Punkty ECTS i inne:||
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Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr zimowy 2019/2020" (zakończony)
|Okres:||2019-10-01 - 2020-01-28||
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Wykład, 60 godzin, 30 miejsc więcej informacji
|Koordynatorzy:||Karolina Czerska-Shaw, Zdzisław Mach|
|Prowadzący grup:||Karolina Czerska-Shaw, Zdzisław Mach|
|Lista studentów:||(nie masz dostępu)|
|Zaliczenie:||Przedmiot - Egzamin|
|Ocena wliczana do średniej:||
(tylko po angielsku) The course is a study of modern citizenship in Europe in relation to immigration and the consequences it has on the nation-state. The modern era of citizenship commenced with the French Revolution and this is the starting point of discussion of the citizen vs. the foreigner. The age of nationalism and national identity construction ensued, followed by racialisation and two world wars. Post-war immigration to Western European countries, the ensuing rise of ethnic, religious and cultural heterogeneity in these nation-states and the consequences thereof are the second focus of this course. The history and theories of migration are elaborated and discussed, as well as models and philosophies of integration, membership in a national community, national identity, and nation-building. Migration policies on the national and EU levels, as well as issues surrounding migrant integration and, importantly, multiculturalism as a concept, policy, and reality and the limits thereof are thoroughly discussed. New modes of migration, post-national identity and transnationalism are debated, as well as the backlash to migration in the form of anti-immigrant sentiment and new modes of robust national-identity building.
LO1: The student has extended knowledge and understanding of the facts, reality and intersections of migratory flows and their effect on the building of laws and policies of migration and integration, both on the national and European levels.
LO2: The student has extended knowledge and understanding of theories related to migration studies as well citizenship and the nation, and knows the appropriate terminology and methodologies used in the analysis of these fields.
LO3: The student knows and understands the most salient dilemmas of the contemporary nation-state, particularly in relation to migration and integration in the European context.
LO4: The student is able to use his or her knowledge to formulate and analyse research questions on the topic of citizenship, migration and integration, using the appropriate research tools and methodologies.
LO5: The student is ready to critically assess various ideas and propositions related to contemporary migration and integration in Europe, and is ready to engage in dialogue as well as develop solutions to dilemmas in this regard.
(tylko po angielsku) This is a course intended for MA level students with proficiency in English
|Forma i warunki zaliczenia:||
(tylko po angielsku) 1). In-class activities (seminar): 10% of final grade
-Based on attendance / preparation for classes
-Involvement in class discussions
-Outcome of group-based activities
2). Term paper: An argumentative/research essay (approx. 14 pages / 5500 words) on a chosen topic covered in the class.
5 % abstract: due mid of Nov
5 % peer-review of abstract: end Nov
50% Essay: due mid Jan
3). Written examination: open-ended short essay style in class test at the end of the semester (30%)
|Metody sprawdzania i kryteria oceny efektów kształcenia uzyskanych przez studentów:||
(tylko po angielsku) LO1 & LO2 are tested and assessed by the semester-end exam as well as the term paper and in-class discussions.
LO3 is assessed on the choice of term paper and its quality
LO4 is assessed on the quality of the term paper, particularly focused on research question and methodology used
LO5 is assessed by the peer-review and in-class discussions, as well as the semester-end exam
|Metody dydaktyczne - słownik:||
Metody podające - prezentacja multimedialna
|Bilans punktów ECTS:||
(tylko po angielsku) 60h of lectures
90h of preparation for lectures (readings, discussion questions, etc)
80h essay writing + peer-review
30h preparation for final exam
=250h = 10 ECTS (wherein 1 ECTS is 25h)
|Grupa treści kształcenia:||
Grupa treści kierunkowych
(tylko po angielsku) |
Introduction to the course & the concepts of citizenship, the phenomenon of migration and the process of integration
The concept of citizenship and different models thereof
The concept of citizenship – theoretical perspectives and its link to democracy
Contemporary national identity construction in relation to the foreigner: top down & bottom-up perspectives
The nation-building process in relation to the Other
Migration, ethnic identity and the significance of territory
Contemporary CEE: the history of multiculturalism vs the reality of homogeneity
Theories of migration: Why does migration occur and why does it persist?
People on the move: A sociological perspective on human migration
Migration vs Mobility: transnational networks, translocalism and those who stay behind
Intra-EU migration: causes and consequences of European (dis)integration
The Europeanisation of migration & immigration policy: From freedom of movement to a European Agenda on Migration
The refugee/migration crisis: challenges and perspectives
The European response to the Migration Crisis: Common European Asylum System (relocation, resettlement, hotspots, etc)
Models and approaches to immigrant integration
Multiculturalism is dead, long live multiculturalism!
Integration policies: from assimilation, to integration to pre-arrival tests: a critical overview
The crisis of integration, anti-immigration backlash and the “Muslim Question”: populism on the rise
A European cosmopolitan integration or a clash of civilisations on a grand scale?
Cities, local integration and new approaches to interculturalism.
(tylko po angielsku) |
Please see detailed course literature in pegaz and the attached syllabus (pdf version).
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie.