“Displacement and Migrations in World History Courses”

Hosted by Jeremy I. Adelman

Displacements and migrations is not just a global storyline in Worlds Together, Worlds Apart. The Global History Lab and its partner institutions in Europe, the Middle East, Bangladesh, and Africa work with communities of displaced learners who experience those issues firsthand, including in refugee camps. Jeremy Adelman (Director of the Global History Lab at the University of Cambridge) discusses what we can all learn about this experience that can inform what we do in the North American classroom, where so many of our own students are themselves migrants or their descendants.

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