These final projects for the course Migration & Culture taught at Arizona State University tell the stories of over 200 immigrants and refugees living in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona. Our interviews with these migrants from all over the world clearly show that in Crossing the Valley of the Sun, we truly cross the globe.
Apologies for any broken links. Jimdo changed its login system so many individual projects are no longer accessible. Students who used their ASU email to make their projects and then graduated, may not have received notice to log in again to reactivate their Jimdo webpage. This is truly a shame!
Our yearly course portfolios are still accessible and you'll find fabulous Photogalleries of our annual fieldtrip to the US/Mexico border with
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, Arizona State University, West campus, Phoenix, Arizona
All viewpoints expressed are those of the authors or interviewees. Please give credit to authors when citing. Most students became webmasters for the very first time. Apologies for any broken links and the uneven quality of the interviews, analyses, design.
ASB 340, SOC 328 Migration & Culture