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Migration Letters | Vol 11 No 3 | September 2014 By Migration Letters
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SPECIAL ISSUE: Turkish migrants and their descendants in Austria - Guest edited by Ilker Ataç, Philipp Schnell, & Wiebke Sievers | Editorial: Turkish migrants and their descendants in... More > Austria. Patterns of exclusion and individual and political responses, Sievers, Ataç, & Schnell | Determining Turkish migration to Austria: the role of migration policy, Ataç | From retreating to resisting: how Austrian-Turkish women deal with experiences of racism, Hametner | The social well-being of second-generation Turks in two Austrian cities, Schnell | Repressive autonomy: discourses on and surveillance of marriage migration from Turkey to Austria, Strasser | How Turkish is it? Art and culture in Vienna, Sievers ...< Less
Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration By Ibrahim Sirkeci et al.
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Introduction by Çağlar, Sirkeci, Şeker; Mobilities of Turkish migrants in Europe by Pötzschke; Incentive to migrate and to return to home country by Kahn and Billfeld; Turkish... More > refugees and their use of health and social services in London by Yaylagül, Yazıcı and Leeson; Child poverty in Sweden among immigrants by Gustafsson and Österberg; Alevis’ transnational practices and identity in the UK by Akdemir; Turkish teachers’ views on European identity in Belgium by Yaylacı; Language maintenance and negotiating integration by Baskin; From retreating to resisting by Hametner; Social communication among Turks in Belgium by Yaylacı; Tiryaki Kukla – Smoking cessation and tobacco prevention among migrants in Switzerland by Gross, Arnold and Schaub; “Rewriting” Turkish-German cinema from the bottom-up by Alkin; Grounded theory and transnational audience reception by Özalpman; Turkish Muslims in a German city by Hackett;An Investigation on the Turkish Religious Foundation of the UK by Çoştu and Çoştu< Less
Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration By Ibrahim Sirkeci et al.
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Introduction by Çağlar, Sirkeci, Şeker; Mobilities of Turkish migrants in Europe by Pötzschke; Incentive to migrate and to return to home country by Kahn and Billfeld; Turkish... More > refugees and their use of health and social services in London by Yaylagül, Yazıcı and Leeson; Child poverty in Sweden among immigrants by Gustafsson and Österberg; Alevis’ transnational practices and identity in the UK by Akdemir; Turkish teachers’ views on European identity in Belgium by Yaylacı; Language maintenance and negotiating integration by Baskin; From retreating to resisting by Hametner; Social communication among Turks in Belgium by Yaylacı; Tiryaki Kukla – Smoking cessation and tobacco prevention among migrants in Switzerland by Gross, Arnold and Schaub; “Rewriting” Turkish-German cinema from the bottom-up by Alkin; Grounded theory and transnational audience reception by Özalpman; Turkish Muslims in a German city by Hackett;An Investigation on the Turkish Religious Foundation of the UK by Çoştu and Çoştu< Less
Betrayal: The Promise Never Kept By Shahan Natalie
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BETRAYAL: The Promise Never Kept is the first publication of its kind that chronicles the West’s secret war for oil, as it relates to World War I and the Armenian Genocide. Using never before... More > published materials from the archival collection of Shahan Natalie, an 11-year-old genocide survivor and orphan, destined to become a journalist, poet, human rights activist and revolutionary, BETRAYAL connects the dots to reveal who was truly behind the crimes against humanity, which took the lives of 2.5 million Christian Armenians living in their ancestral home, carried out by the Turks and Germans over a 30-year span of time (1894-1923). BETRAYAL also shares the censored memoirs of Soghomon Tehlirian, the assassin of the Turkish world leader, Talaat Pasha, the man who gave the orders to eradicate the Armenian people from the face of the Earth.< Less
A short walk in tall hills By Farhat Jah
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A photo essay combined with five select letters of a unique trek up the Gokyo Valley in the Solokhumbu region of the Nepal Himalaya. Avoiding crowds, and shooting medium format film, this is the... More > digital notebook, the diary if you like, of a walk, that became a climb, with no crowds. In this, his first book on the Himalayas, Farhat Jah captures the majesty of the peaks, the plight of the porters, and a few of the people that he met on the way.< Less
in 1523 By Lucas Alderman
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A medieval spy story going behind the scenes in 1523 when the Ottomans have nearly put an end to the formidable Order of Hospitallers. Ottomans are no longer around but the Hospitallers are still at... More > the high echelons of our society. By a twist of fate, they owe their continuing existence to an extraordinary Ottoman spy.< Less
in 1523 By Lucas Alderman
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A medieval spy story going behind the scenes in 1523 when the Ottomans have nearly put an end to the formidable Order of Hospitallers. Ottomans are no longer around but the Hospitallers are still at... More > the high echelons of our society. By a twist of fate, they owe their continuing existence to an extraordinary Ottoman spy.< Less
Fantezi Makinesinde Hakikat Sızıntısı By Cengiz Erdem
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“Fantezi Makinesinde Hakikat Sızıntısı” ironinin doruklarında gezen teorik bir anlatı olarak dünyadaki tüm televizyon ekranlarının... More > yanı sıra daha başka ekran mekanizmalarının da bilinmeyen bir sebepten ötürü bir anda beyaza bürünmesi neticesinde gelişen düşündürücü ve bir o kadar da kaygı verici hadiseleri konu alıyor. Tekvin adındaki baş-karakterimiz yazılmış ama henüz yayımlanmamış kitabında tüm bu olanları öngörmüş bir bedbahttır. Televizyonsuz dünyadaki sistem hızlı bir biçimde çökerken, Tekvin de kitabıyla gerçek hayat arasındaki bu kaygı verici benzerliğin kaynağını araştırmak üzere Amsterdam şehrine doğru yola koyulur. Acaba Amsterdam’da neler olmuş, hangi doğa-üstü güçler işin içine bit yenikleri serpiştirmiştir?< Less
The Count of Chartres: The Reluctant Crusader By Timothy Merrill
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This is a story of courage, bravery and devotion to an ideal. Count Stefan is one of the wealthiest men in France. When Pope Urban II organizes a “crusade” to the Holy Land in 1095 A.D.,... More > Stefan is reluctant to go. Prodded by his wife, Adela, he goes anyway. En route he meets the Emperor Alexius and his daughter Anna. Meanwhile, Peter the Monk organizes a crusade of the people or peasants. Among them are Adelaide and her sister, Lettie, and daughter, Clare. They meet two relic sellers who are from Provence, like themselves. The nobles and the peasants meet near Antioch, and from that point the stories intermingle. Stefan’s marriage is compromised by both the behavior of his wife and Philip, the king of France, and Stefan’s own troubled heart. Adelaide’s biggest concern is the welfare of her daughter. A spell-binding story built on actual historical primary sources, The Count of Chartres: The Reluctant Crusader is a page-turning saga that will hold in thrall both history and fiction lovers.< Less
Proceedings of the Academy of DNA Genealogy, 2012 July, vol. 5, No. 7 By Anatole Klyosov
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This is an ongoing edition in the area of DNA genealogy with implications in history, archaeology, linguistics, and family studies.

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