February 5: (**This session only: 12:00 to 2:00 PM (Buffet lunch;
Professor Rainer Münz, Chair of Demography, Social Science Department,
"Germany's Migration and Citizenship Policies at a Crossroads: From
Exclusion to Reluctant Inclusion?"
February 27 (**Cancelled**):
Robert Warren, Senior Demographic Advisor, Office of Policy and Planning,
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
"A New Methodological Approach: Annual Estimates of the Unauthorized
Immigrant Population, 1987 to 1996"
Discussant: George J. Borjas, Professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government,
March 6: Gilbert Holleufer, Head of People on War Project, International
Committee of the Red Cross and Visiting Fellow, FXB Center for Health
and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health
"How do People Think about the Norms of War? Insights from a 1999 Survey
in Core Conflict Areas"
March 20: Manolo Abella, Chief, International Migration Branch,
International Labour Office (ILO), Geneva
"Unintended Consequences of Migration Policies: Cases and Lessons"
April 24: Professor Karen Jacobsen, Director, Refugees and Forced
Migration Program, Feinstein International Famine Center and Visiting
Assistant Professor, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University;
and Professor Peggy Levitt, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Wellesley
College and Associate, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs,
"Transnational Political Activities of Migrant Groups: Some Comparisons
from Refugee Camps and the Boston Area"
May 22: Christian Mahr, Protection Officer, UNHCR Branch Office,
Warsaw, Poland and UNHCR Visiting Fellow at MIT
"North Korea Scenarios from the Perspective of Refugee Protection"