2015

TMC 2015

Turkish Migration Conference 2015
25 - 27 June 2015 - Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Turkish Migration Conference 2015 is an international research event dedicated to the study of migration to, from, in and through Turkey covering a wide range of multidisciplinary areas including dynamics and patterns of human mobility, legal and regulatory frameworks, labour market outcomes, education and human capital, brain drain and brain circulation, short term migrations, migrant integration, diasporas, culture, media and politics, health and well-being of migrants, internal and international migration nexus, migrant experiences, the cost of migration, legal frameworks, conflicts, non-movers and attitudes and policies towards migration and migrants. The theme for this years, conference is set as “Economics, Identities, and Geographies” to reflect the multifaceted and multidisciplinary nature and scope of the field.

Please submit your abstracts or full conference papers before the deadline following the guidelines in submission pages.

Turkish Migration Conference 2015 brought together practitioners, academics, and students from a broad range of disciplines including anthropology, demography, economics, law, psychology, sociology, development studies, health sciences, political science, international relations, media and communications, and other cognate disciplines with a focus on human mobility from Turkey, in Turkey and to Turkey. Inter-disciplinary research and comparative perspectives are particularly encouraged. Turkish Migration Conference features invited talks, parallel and special sessions, workshops, and policy sessions where practitioners, politicians and media representatives discuss Turkish migration. There are opportunities for side-meetings and social activities.

TMC 2015 also hosts a limited number of specialist sessions in Turkish to encourage transnational and cross-cultural research on Turkish migration. Please contact if you have queries regarding multilingual specialist sessions. Currently, there are specialist sessions planned in the following areas: Migrants and migration in the literature, Kurdish diasporas and borderlands, remittances and irregularity, and sexuality and migration.