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Immigrants, Citizenship and Nationalism in Greece

                     Conducted in English

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Immigration, Citizenship, and Nationalism have become central to social relations and political competition in contemporary societies.  In this course we will explore immigration and patterns of immigrant incorporation in Greece.  Since the early 1980s immigration has transformed Greece, and other Southern European countries, into a multi-racial and multi-ethnic societies. The purpose of this course is to train undergraduates who are interested in European studies, Sociology, Psychology, Law, Pre-Med, Journalism, and Literature, in approaches to research, and in the sources and uses of research materials on Europe.   

Immigration, citizenship, and multiculturalism will be examined at the level of the European Union and at the nation state level for Greece, as a typical southern European country.  Topics to be explored include: the development of citizenship law in Greece and Europe; nationalism in the context of European integration; the politics of xenophobia and xenophilia; international law, social and psychological problems due to immigration, and immigrants as political actors.  Analysis will focus on the role of divergent national traditions, rooted in the development of nationalisms and colonial histories, and the convergent pressures resulting from European integration.  Class lectures will be divided between the discussion of assigned readings intended to introduce interesting methodological and substantive examples of research on a series of subjects within the literature on immigrants.




Location: Athens, Greece

NY departure and return dates: January 02-24, 2020

Arrive in Athens: morning of January 3rd

Course: 3 credits

Faculty: Professor Nicholas Alexiou


Program Costs:

Cost paid to Study Abroad Office: $2700


Housing, Program activities, Excursions, some meals:                   $2640

Travel insurance:                                                              ​         $60

Not included in the above cost:

CUNY tuition for in-state, matriculated undergraduates                $915

(For out of state undergraduate: $1860)

Airfare:                                                                                    $1000 - $1300 (estimate)

​Minimum budget for meals and personal expenses:                     $25 to $30 per day



Please keep in mind:

-       Programs are open to all undergraduate students from all CUNY campuses (unless restricted by level of study, language fluency, or other program criteria)

-       Some programs may require travel on Fridays and some Saturdays

-       Students are encouraged to apply early

Application Deadline: October 25th, 2019

Application Link: Apply Today

Chancellor's Global Scholarship (CGS) for Study Abroad​

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Email: Education Abroad​

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