(2005) 'Conference : Oxford Symposium 17-19th June, 2005 ? « Nation-building through policies of inclusion/exclusion: Sources of Transnational identities? » Draft Programme.', European Journal of Turkish Studies, archives , Archives, URL : http://www.ejts.org/document324.html
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Conference : Oxford Symposium 17-19th June, 2005 ? « Nation-building through policies of inclusion/exclusion: Sources of Transnational identities? » Draft Programme.
Inclusion and Exclusion: Ethnic Politics in Bulgaria and Turkey
Porous Boundaries and Hard Borders: Muslim Emigres in the Turkish Republic
The people ?in between?: Challenging the nation-state through trans-national identity-construction
Constructing identities in between three nation-states: The Pomaks of Western Thrace
The Vlach Déjà vu
Between indigenism and transnational cohesion: Language policy of the Slavic-speaking minorities in Greek Macedonia and Greek Thrace
The Roma in Southeastern Europe: a European minority
Huub van Baar
Romany Countergovenmentality through Transnational Networking
Religious communities as transnational actors?
Ethnographies of Agency: Western Thracian Muslims in Athens
Ecumenical Patriarchate as a transnational actor
Ralica Konstantinova - Gerassimova
Resurgence of religion among Catholic Kosovar Albanian after 1999: religious affiliations as sources of identity, security and economic networking
Culture as transnational politics: moving away from nationalism?
Popular Music in former Yugoslavia: crossing frontiers and creating borders
Education in SEE
Yugoslavs ? Quotations in Protest: Nostalgic Networks or a Problem of Hegemonic Rules?
Transnationalism, Migration and Diasporas
Transnationalism and Deterritorialization: The Kurdish Diaspora in Europe and its effect on displaced Kurds in Turkey
Locating the Homeland: Bulgarian-Turkish ?Return? Migration in Transnational Perspective
From national inclusion to economic exclusion: ethnic Hungarian labour migration to Hungary
Identity, Space, and Locality
Viewing Europe from the Outside: Persuasive and incoherent stories in the making of SE European space
Marie Le Ray
State violence and multi-spatial reconstruction of a neighbourhood. The case of Tunceli and its migrant networks
The Construction of Identities in a Translocal Context. A Macedonian Village during Socialism and Transition
The role of the media: Reproducing nationalism in transnational contexts?
The role of the Greek press in Greek-Turkish rapprochement: the coverage of the ?Annan Plan? for Cyprus settlement
The reproduction of Turkish nationalism in the mainstream press in Turkey
Views on the Greek Press on Turks
Transnational institutions: promoting or containing nationalism?
Civil Society or a Nation-State: Discursive use of the concept ?civil society? in Albanian and Macedonian nationalist rhetoric in the Rep. Of Macedonia
Construction of Identity beyond Recognized Borders: The Turkish Cypriot Community between Cyprus, Turkey and the European Union
Igniting Nationalism, Containing Nationalism: The Power of Transnational Actors and the Referendum Issue in Macedonia
Kerem Oktem (Dipl.-Ing., M.St. MMES, Oxon)
St Antony's College (University of Oxford)