We would like to draw your attention to the publication of a latest special issue in Diaspora 21(2) ‘A State of Diasporas: The Transnationalisation of Turkey and its Communities Abroad’.
The special issue investigates Turkey’s diaspora policies, transnationalization of Turkey-originated migrant groups and the new wave of migration from Turkey. All articles are based on original fieldwork data and focus on different disciplinary approaches, including political science, international relations and contemporary history to explore the links between homelands and diasporas.
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Introduction - A State of Diasporas: The Transnationalisation of Turkey and its Communities Abroad
Chiara Maritato, Kerem Öktem, Anna Zadrożna
Islam, the Homeland, and the Family: Diyanet’s Narrative and Practices Aimed at Shaping a Loyal Muslim Turkish Diaspora
Home State Oriented Diaspora Organizations and the Making of Partisan Citizens Abroad: Motivations, Discursive Frames, and Actions Towards Co-Opting the Turkish Diaspora in Europe
Between Lifestyle Migration and Comfortable Exit Strategies: Turkish Golden Visa Investors in Greece
Inclusion and Repression in Turkey’s Diaspora Policies in Kosovo as a Tool of Loyalty Building in Religious Circles