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    PTC encourages the interdisciplinary exploration of borders and bordering processes through seminars, colloquia, and workshops involving ASU faculty, students and scholars from around the globe.

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    PTC supports interdisciplinary research and creative work focused on transborder communities and participate in strategic research initiatives involving ASU faculty and students and international partners.

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THINK Imagined Regions

THINK Imagined Regions

Friday November 1st, 2019 5:00pm - 6:30 pm

School of Transborder Studies, Interdisciplinary Building B, Room B160 in Tempe, Arizona 85281

THINK Imagined Regions is the relaunch reception for the permanent installation of the Imagined Regions exhibit. This exhibit features select maps from the Simon Burrow Map Collection, owned by the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University.

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Misión

Bienvenidos al Programa para las Comunidades Transfronterizas (PTC). PTC existe para generar y apoyar investigación innovadora y trabajo creativo sobre las necesidades cambiantes y la creciente influencia de las comunidades latinas de los E.U., así como sobre los determinantes y consecuencias de los procesos de fronterización para las comunidades  de la frontera México-Estados Unidos y otras regiones fronterizas del mundo.

Colaboramos con académicos y comunidades en el desarrollo de nueva formas de entender las fronteras y procesos transfronterizos desde una perspectiva regional y global. Nuestra misión es desarrollar conocimiento socialmente relevante con la meta de promover cambios en favor del avance, sostenibilidad, y desarrollo de las comunidades transfronterizas.

Explore nuestro sitio para saber quiénes somos, qué hacemos, nuestros eventos y recursos, y oportunidades de colaboración.

Mission

Welcome to the Program for Transborder Communities (PTC). PTC exists to generate and support innovative research and creative work on the shifting needs and growing influence of U.S. Latino communities, as well as on the determinants and impacts of bordering processes for communities in the United States-Mexico borderlands and other border regions across the world.

We collaborate with scholars and communities in pursuing innovative ways to understand borders and bordering processes in a regional and global context. Our mission is to develop socially embedded knowledge with the goal of influencing change toward advancement, sustainability, and development of transborder communities.

Explore our webpage for information about who we are, what we do, our events and resources, and partnership opportunities.

  

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Research

Seed Grants, Research Initiatives, and Research Projects funded by PTC

Partnerships

The Arizona-Sonora Interuniversity Alliance and international funding opportunities

Map Collection

The Simon Burrow Map Collection