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Borders, Boundaries, and Barriers

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2017 Festival of Ideas: Borders, Boundaries, and Barriers

The Festival of Ideas Global Institute presented Borders, Boundaries, and Barriers: Expansive Thinking and Global Solutions on February 3, 2017. This day-long thought-provoking event was a forum for scholars and students alike to examine the impact immigration has on people, ideas, and actions in the US.

The dynamic line-up of speakers generated lively discussion and expanded the audience’s perspectives about the ripple effects of immigration.

 

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Borders Panel
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Troupers: A Vaudeville Musical
Troupers: A Vaudeville Musical
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Media

To find out more about Borders, Boundaries and Barriers, read the press release.

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Video

The entire program was recorded live and can be viewed by segment.

Controlling Immigration: Current Debates in Historical Perspective

Moderator: Kenyon Zimmer (UTA)

Panelists:

  • Avi Chomsky (Salem State University)
  • Wayne Cornelius (UCSD)

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From Reform to Abolition: Activist Perspectives on Immigration Control

Moderator: Joshua Hatton (Texas State Employees Union - CWA Local 6186)

Panelists:

  • Roberto Corona (Human Rights Advocate and Educator, Pueblo Sin Fronteras)
  • Brianna Brown (Deputy Director of Texas Organizing Project)

Troupers: A Vaudeville Musical

UTA Theatre Arts


Digital Photo Exhibit - The Modern Frontier

Dominic Bracco (National Geographic Photographer)

 

Forensic Identification of Deceased International Migrants at the US/Mexico Border

Lori Baker (Baylor University)

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This forum was part of the Festival of Ideas Research Institute sponsored by UTA alumnus Mustaque Ahmed and the College of Liberal Arts.

For more information about The Festival of Ideas, email utalibarts@uta.edu