Michelle Bellino to be moderator at roundtable on xenophobia
Professor Michelle Bellino will be the moderator at a University of Michigan routable title, “Xenophobia in the Age of Trump: The Roots, Context, and Remedies” organized by the International Institute. The event will be located in the School of Social Working building on Monday, March 13 at 4:00 p.m. This roundtable discussion will look at the rise of xenophobia in the United States in a global and historical context. Questions to be explored include: What is xenophobia? Is it something everyone is predisposed to? What are the origins of the current strands of xenophobia? How is xenophobia in the US similar to and different from xenophobia in other parts of the world? What stops xenophobia? What promotes it? A Q&A with the audience will follow.
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