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Friday November 1st, 2019
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
School of Transborder Studies
THINK Imagined Regions is the 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.
The exhibit Imagined Regions highlights the different ways the Americas have been perceived and deal with by mapmakers and it reflects the evolution of representations of space and lived territories of the United States and Mexico from the sixteenth century onwards.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Interdisciplinary Building B, Room B161-B
PTC Interdisciplinary Seminar on Transborder Studies
Lecture by Dr. Telma Angelina Can Pixabaj
With commentary by Dr. Brendan O'Connor, School of Transborder Studies
On Oct. 23, we will host our next Seminar on Transborder Studies. Co-organized with UNAM, we will hear from Dr. Telma Can Pixabaj, professor and researcher of the Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias sobre Chiapas y la Frontera Sur/UNAM.
May 16-May 17, 2019
A forum, a space and an opportunity to celebrate the programs, research, policies and community activities strengthening the health and well-being of border communities. The goal of the forum is to promote sharing and discussion of the successes and challenges to health equity in the Arizona-Sonora border region. The forum is sponsored by the Binational Collaboration for Healthy Communities, a network of academic institutions, community based organizations and governmental programs focused on the health and wellbeing of the Arizona-Sonora Border Region.
Saturday April 27, 2019
There are news headlines and opinions about the US-Mexico border every day as the economic and political conditions north and south of the international boundary shift back and forth. The participants in this roundtable will engage in a conversation about current issues and challenges facing cross-border cooperation and integration and about the future of the US-Mexico border region.
Dr. Cristina Alfaro, Provost Chair of Faculty Diversity and Inclusion, San Diego State University (SDSU)
Friday April 26, 2019
Olivia Ruiz Marrujo, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Moderated by Francisco Lara Valencia, Arizona State University
Thursday April 25, 2019
Nicole Ramos, Refugees Director, Al Otro Lado
Moderator by Irasema Coronado, University of Texas at El Paso
Nicole Ramos directs the Border Rights Project of Al Otro Lado. The project works with asylum seekers in Tijuana, Mexico, who want to present themselves to U.S. authorities. The project engages in broader legislative, media, and legal advocacy efforts to challenge systemic human rights violations committed by state actors.
Third Arizona-Sonora Colloquium: Development and Innovation in the Arizona-Sonora Transborder Region
Thursday, April 4, 2019
Friday, April 5, 2019
4th International Colloquium on Cross-Border Human Development in North America: Restructuration, Limits and the Future of Globalization in the Crossroads of the Trump Era
April 4-5, 2019
Since 2009 a group of universities, research centers, and governmental organizations made it a priority to organize a series of events to analyze the question of human development in the US-Mexico border region from a transboundary perspective. Since then, important academic goals have been met by a diverse group of actors from the Sonora-Arizona border region. In 2016, the Human Development Network expanded its scope to all North America in the context of the complex and changing social structures of the region.
Refugees, Returnees, and Rebordering: How Border Communities Respond and Adapt to Mixed Migratory Flows
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Interdisciplinary seminar on transborder studies
Shift in U.S. policy toward refugees and immigrants during the Trump administration has created an emergency situation in cities along the US-Mexico border. In this session of the Seminar on Transborder Studies, Prof. Olivia Ruiz will talk about the exodus of Central American migrants and refugees to Tijuana, the response of citizens and institutions to the humanitarian emergency, and prospects of integration of immigrants to this transborder metropolis.
February 21-22, 2019
CIAD, COLEF, ASU, the University of Vigo, the Center for International Policy Studies (CeSPI) and the Department of Culture, Politics and Society of the Università degli Studi di Torino invite participants to the Third International Seminar of the #RECFronteras "Borders of the Century XXI: Dilemmas of Multilevel Integration and Governance"
It will have an online transmission through facebook.com/ciad.conacyt