Discussion: A US/Mexico Border Wall and its Implications on Immigration in Arizona

Date and Time: September 19, 2017 - 4:00am to 5:30am
Location: Memorial Union, Mohave Room 236
Campus: Tempe campus
Price: Free

Join faculty members from the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies and the School of Transborder Studies for a discussion about a U.S./Mexico border wall and its implications on immigration in Arizona. What role does history play in current border politics? What would a border wall mean for the future of the United States’ relationship with Mexico? How would a wall influence immigration in the state of Arizona?Guest Panelists: Jacob Affolter, philosophy instructorAlexander Aviña, history associate professorLisa Magaña, interim director and professor of SSTModerator: Judith Perera, SHPRS history doctoral candidateThis event will be livestreamed. 

Department: School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
Contact: Lorena Cabrera

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