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Global Migration: Consequences and Responses – Working Paper Series


Atto, N. (2011). Hostages in the Homeland, Orphans in the Diaspora: Identity Discourses among the Assyrian/Syriac elites in the European Diaspora. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Atto, N. (2017). ‘Death Throes for Indigenous Christians in the Middle East: Assyrians living under IS (Islamic State)’ in J. Cabrita, D. Maxwell and E. Wild-Wood, Relocating World Christianity: Interdisciplinary Studies in Universal and Local Expressions of Christianity. Leiden: Brill.

Barthoma, S.O. & Talay, S. (2018). Sayfo 1915. An Anthology of Essays on the Genocide of Assyrians/Arameans During the First World War. NJ, Piscataway: Gorgias Press.

Gaunt, D., Atto, N. & Barthoma, S.O. (2017). Let Them Not Return. Sayfo – The Genocide Against the Assyrian, Syriac, and Chaldean Christians in the Ottoman Empire. NY, Oxford: Berghahn.

Borevi, K., Jensen, K. K., & Mouritsen, P. (2017). The civic turn of immigrant integration policies in the Scandinavian welfare states. Comparative Migration Studies, 5(1), 9.

Borevi, K. (2017). Diversity and Solidarity in Denmark and Sweden in Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka (eds.), Strains of Commitment: The Political Sources of Solidarity in Diverse Societies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bozkurt, Kutluhan and Rottmann, S. 2017. ‘Legal and Anthropological Approaches to Migration Policy in Turkey and Europe’ in Hasan Arapgirlioglu et al., Researches on Science and Art in 21st Century Turkey. Ankara: Gece Kitapligi.

Carpi, E., Younes, M. & AbiYaghi, M.N. (2016). “Crisis and Control. (In)Formal Security in Lebanon,” The Civil Society Knowledge Center, Lebanon Support,

Ceccoruli, M., Fassi, E., Zotti, A., Hunyadi, M., Melegh, A., Mandly, D., Vadasi, V., Vansco, A., Karamanidou, L., Hagen Olsen, E. (2017). ‘National Case Studies: Terms, definitions and concepts on migration’ in Fassi, E. and Lucarelli, S. (eds) The European Migration System and Global Justice: A First Appraisal, GLOBUS Report 1.

Cetrez, Ö. & DeMarinis, V. (2017). A Psychosocial, Spiritual, and Physical Health Study among Assyrian-Syrian Refugees in Istanbul: Cultivating Resilience in the Midst of Hardship. in Middle East Journal of Refugee Studies, 2017 Vol: 2 Number: 2,

DeMarinis, V. (2014). Public mental health promotion, meaning-making and existential meaning: Challenges for person-centered care of refugees in a secular, pluralistic context. In: G. Overland, E. Guribye, B. Lie (Eds.) Nordic Work with Traumatised Refugees: Do We Really Care. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars (pp. 316-324).

DeMarinis, V. (2013). Existential Meaning-Making and Ritualizing for Understanding Mental Health Function in Cultural Context. In: Herman Westerink (Ed.), Constructs of Meaning and Religious Transformation: Current issues in Psychology of Religion (pp. 207-222). Göttingen, Germany: Vienna University Press.

Federico, V. (2018). “Società multiculturali e percorsi di integrazione”, co-edited with G. Cerrina Feroni, Florence Universuty Press 2017; “Public Participation in African Constitutionalism”, co-edited with T. Abbiate and M. Böckenförde, Routledge.

Federico, V. (2018). “Solidarity as Public Virtue” co-edited with C. Lahusen, Nomos 2018 (forthcoming).

Feroni, G. C. (2017). “Diritto costituzionale e società multiculturale”, in Rivista Associazione italiana dei costituzionalisti, n. 1/2017; “Società multiculturali e percorsi di integrazione”, co-edited with V. Federico, Florence University Press.

Feroni, G. C. (2016). “Environment, Energy, Food. Comparative Legal Models for sustainable development”, I, II, co-edited with T. Frosini, L. Mezzetti, P. Petrillo, 2016; “Le Regioni dalla Costituente al nuovo Senato della Repubblica”, co-edited with G. Tarli Barbieri.

Gokalp-Aras, N. E. and E. J. Chemin. (2017). “The Syrian Diaspora in Contemporary Turkey: From Refugee Crisis to Minority Problem”, in Political Communication Research, Ulrike Klinger, Uta Rußmann and Markus Rohmberg (eds.). LIT Verlag: Berlin, 321-336.

Gokalp-Aras, N. E. (2016). “A Bio-political Governance: The European Union’s Policy on Irregular Transit Migration at the Borders”, in International Political Economy: Multilateralism in Global Governance: Formal and Informal Institutions, Assel Tutumlu and Gaye Gungor (eds.), Berlin: Peter Lang Publishing, 195-235.

Hatz, G., Kohlbacher, J. & Reeger, U. (2016). “Socio-economic segregation in Vienna: a social-oriented approach to urban planning and housing” in T. Tammaru, S. Marcinczak, M. van Ham & S. Musterd (eds.), Socio-Economic Segregation in European Capital Cities. East meets West, Routledge: London and New York, 80-109.

Hess, S. (2017). De- and Restabilishing Schengen. The European Border Regime After the Summer of Migration, together Bernd Kasparek. In: Cuadernos Europeos de Deusto: Governing Mobility in Europe: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, No 56: 47-78, online verfügbar:

Hess, S. (2017). Movements. Journal for critical migration and border regime studies: Turkey's Changing Migration Regime and its Global and Regional Dynamics (edited together with Ilker Ataç, Gerda Heck, Zeynep Kaşlı, Philipp Ratfisch, Cavidan Soykan, Bediz Yılmaz), Vol. 3(2), Bielefeld: Transcript und online:

Holtug, N. (2016). “Justice and the Distribution of Refugees in the European Union”, Journal of Global Ethics, vol. 12 (3), (pp. 279-288).

Holtug, N., (2017) “Identity, Causality and Social Cohesion”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 43 (7), (pp. 1084-1100).

Jagarnathsingh, A., Younes, M. & AbiYaghi, M.-N. (2016). Formal Informality, Brokering Mechanisms, and Illegality. The Impact of the Lebanese State’s Policies on Syrian Refugees’ Daily Lives,” Lebanon Support,

Josipovic, I. (2017). “Walls with Doors – struggles over nation-state sovereignty amid integrated borders” (Master’s Thesis at the University of Vienna). Retrieved from:, 15.1.2018.

Josipovic, I. (2017). “Gouvernementalität der EU: Kritik als Frage nach den Denkweisen des Europäischen Regierens“ in M. Colnago & E. Wackenreuther (eds.), Politix – Zeitschrift des Instituts für Politikwissenschaft, Ausgabe 41, University of Vienna, 11-15.

Karamanidou, L. (2017) ‘Historical Experiences of Migration in Political Discourse in Greece: Using Critical Discourse Analysis to Explore Policy Legitimation’ Middle East Journal of Refugee Studies 2(2).

Kaya, A. (2017). “Syrian Refugees and a Tale of two Cities: Aleppo and Istanbul” European Review: 1-23.

Kaya, A. (Summer 2017), “Cultural Intimacy and Syrian Refugees in Istanbul”, Journal of Southeast Europe, BRILL. 41: 333-358.

Korkut, U. & Hande E.-Z. (2018.) Politics and Gender Identity in Turkey: Centralised Islam for Socio-Economic Control. Routledge.

Kotaman, A., Avcı, A., & Cetrez, Ö. (Eds.). Neo-Islamic Culture’s Influence on Recent Turkish Media. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Mack, J. (2017). The Construction of Equality: Syriac Immigration and the Swedish City. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Mack, J. (2014). “Urban Design from Below: Immigration and the Spatial Practice of Urbanism,” Public Culture 26, no. 1: 153-185.

Mencutek, Z. S. & Bahar B. (2017) "Mobilizing Diasporas: Insights from Turkey’s Attempts to Reach Turkish Citizens Abroad," Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies.

Mencutek, Z. S. (forthcoming 2018). "Refugee Politics of Organization of Islamic Conference," In: T. Kayaoglu and M. J. Petersen (eds.), The Organization of Islamic Cooperation and Human Rights: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Ostaijen, M. van, Reeger, U. & Zelano, K. (2017). “The commodification of mobile workers in Europe – a comparative perspective on capital and labour in Austria, the Netherlands and Sweden”, Comparative Migration Studies, 5/6, 1-22.

Shakra, M. (Forthcoming). Identity Formulation between Secular and Religious Laws: Syrian and Iraqi refugees between Middle East and Sweden.

Turculet, G. (2017). The Refugee “EU-Turkey Deal”. The Ethics of Border Politics. Boletin de Estudios Economicos, LXXII - N.º 222, 541-561

Turculet, G. (2017). Interests over Justice in Policy Recommendations: A Philosophical Approach on the Syrian Refugee Crisis, Middle East Journal of Refugee Studies, 183-200

Warda, W. (2015). Human rights in Iraq between the violations and the required protection (Iraqi Christians and the risk of the demise of their presence- A culture of partnership, Solidarity and non-violence-Genocide and the future of ethnic and demographic diversity in Iraq). It is published in Arabic.

Warda, W. (2016). The Conditions of Iraqi IDPs - A vision Concerning the Basic Principles for Returns to Liberated  Areas.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme for the period 2017-2010 under Grant agreement No [770564].

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