Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies was proud host of the successful 2012 Turkish Migration in Europe Conference chaired by Prof Ibrahim Sirkeci and Prof Philip L. Martin.
Both Prof Martin and Prof Sirkeci are also leading the TMC 2014 Conference Committee.
Offering an outlet and forum for exchange of research and scholarship in this field, Turkish Migration Conference 2014 aims to bring together academics, practitioners, policy makers, students, and wider interested public to debate and discuss past, current and future patterns of human mobility as well as non-mobility and national and transnational repercussions of increasing mobility. Streams in the Turkish Migration Conference 2014 will focus on the impact of migration on receiving, sending and transit societies, on individuals, families, households, groups, and communities, economics and development, arts, culture, media, identities as well as covering issues such as integration, multiculturalism, xenophobia, mixed ethnicities, minorities, asylum seekers, refugees, internal displacement, care drain, brain drain, labour market implications, education, discrimination, conflict, segregation, gender roles, aging, fertility, sexuality, class relations, transnational politics, diasporas, and remittances. Proposal ideas that extend beyond the thematic areas listed will also be considered.
As TMC 2014 hosts, we invite submission of complete research papers, working papers, posters, workshops and session proposals. All submissions should attempt to link to the overall theme of the conference, although generic migration studies submissions will also be eligible for acceptance. The best papers from the conference will be considered for a special edition of the Migration Letters, internationally recognised peer-reviewed journal of migration studies.
Please view the the call for papers to get involved.
Regent’s University London has no connection with Regent University of Virginia USA
Last updated: 17 April 2018