This humanities lab and civic engagement course explores how photography has been used to document, enable, or control the movement of people across geographical and cultural borders. It focuses on how photographers have put a face on immigration, making visible its associations with transition, displacement, hardship, and opportunity. Engaging with current scholarship, students work closely with photographs in Special Collections at Miller Library. They also study materials in local archives and the family photographs of Maine immigrant communities. The seminar culminates in a community photo-sharing and storytelling event at the Waterville Public Library.