When Policy Becomes Identity: Narratives and U.S. Refugee Policy by Dr. Alise Coen streaming live Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at 6:30 PM.
The stories we tell ourselves about who we are intersect with politics in important ways. Based on her work studying the intertwinement of U.S. refugee policies and domestic identity narratives, Dr. Coen will discuss how policy positions become embedded in identities.
Dr. Alise Coen is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Public & Environmental Affairs.
No Reservations is a live speaking series presented by UW-Green Bay College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS).
This No Reservations talk is streamed live from Fort Howard Hall in the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
This event is proudly sponsored by the Rob and Cathy Riordan Family Foundation.
00:00 Pre Livestream Show
09:54 Introduction with CAHSS Dean Chuck Ryback
11:24 Dr. Alise Coen’s When Policy Becomes Identity
24:42 Questions and Answers
1:06:08 Post Livestream Show