How Migration Makes Meaning

Date: March 31 - April 2, 2014
By Invitation Only

Interdisciplinary scholars and artists of slavery and freedom come together to contextualize national histories, historiographies, epistemologies, and cultural productions within the framework of global structures and migrations of peoples, practices, ideas, commodities, and capital.

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Past Conferences

  1. In the Same Room: Middle Eastern Women in Theater (New York)
  2. Tales That Travel: Storytelling in Eurasia
  3. NYUAD Annual Research Conference 2014
  4. Genomics & Systems Biology IV
  5. The 2014 Annual NYUAD International Hackathon for Social Good in the Arab World
  6. Global Issues Network
  7. NYUAD Entrepreneurship Weekend (2013)
  8. First International Conference on Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking
  9. NYUAD Regional Collaborative Workshop on Women in Computing in the Arab World 2013
  10. Design and Technology of Integrated Systems
  11. Big Data Systems, Applications, and Privacy
  12. The 2013 NYUAD International Hackathon for Social Good in the Arab World
  13. Genomics & Systems Biology III
  14. Global Issues Network (GIN) 2013
  15. Boom Cities: Urban Development in the Arabian Peninsula
  16. Data Center and Cloud Computing Technologies
  17. Courts and Performance in the Premodern Middle East
  18. Genomics and Systems Biology II
  19. Enhancing Economic Development through Technology: Focus on Africa and other Developing Regions
  20. Coral Reefs of the Gulf
  21. World Literature and Translation
  22. Market Dynamics in the Arab Gulf and Other Emerging Economies
  23. The Arabian Nights: Encounters and Translations in Literature and the Arts
  24. Higher Education in the Global Age