Applications are now available for the Second Summer Institute on International Migration to be held at UCLA June 21-26, 2004. This year the intensive six-day program will be sponsored jointly by the Department of Sociology and the UCLA International Institute in collaboration with the International Migration Program of the Social Science Research Council. A distinguished group of scholars from UCLA, the UC system and further afield will offer a series of master classes and conference sessions, open to advanced graduate students embarked on dissertation research and new Ph.D.s (degree received no earlier than 2000) revising dissertations for publication. Approximately 25 participants from the United States and elsewhere in the world will be selected. The six-day event will consist of two days of master classes/workshops on special topics, followed by a two day conference, followed by another two days of workshops. Invited scholars will conduct the classes, act as discussants for the conference session, and offer keynote talks on their own work.
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