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Faculty Travel Immersion Seminar Invitation from CCTC

Faculty Travel Immersion Seminar Invitation from CCTC

The Frances G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture announces its 2020 Faculty Travel Immersion Seminar:

THE ROOTS OF THE IMMIGRATION CRISIS FROM A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE

New York City - San Francisco - San Diego

January 8-15, 2020

The current “national emergency” has enflamed the ongoing debate on immigration. For all the sound and fury, the debate has paid scant attention to the historical roots of immigration to the United States. What does it mean that the United States is “A Nation of Immigrants?” What role has the Catholic Church played? The 2020 Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture’s Faculty Travel Immersion Seminar will examine the historical roots of the immigration crisis by visiting New York City (European immigration), San Francisco (Asian immigration), and San Diego (Latino immigration). How has the United States and the U.S. Catholic Church responded to the wave after wave of immigrants? How can this knowledge inform the current debate?
 
Applications are open to all full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty, and full-time visiting faculty with multi-year appointments will also be considered, space permitting and will be accepted on or before September 15, 2019. Participation will not disqualify you from a future CCTC international trip.
 
For more information, please see our website: https://www.sandiego.edu/cctc/faculty-programs/travel-seminars/
 
 

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