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Annika Marlen Hinze
Annika Marlen Hinze, Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy and Urban Space. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2013. Jadaliyya (J): What made you write this book? Annika Marlen Hinze (AMH): I grew up in Berlin in the 1980s, which means I grew up amidst many public debates about "foreigners" and "immigrants." Yet, as someone who was never visibly different in any way, I never really considered how central the immigration debate, and the ...Keep Reading »
Annika Marlen Hinze is an assistant professor of political science at Fordham University. Her research and teaching focus on urban comparative politics, the politics of immigration, religious, ethnic, and national identity, and urban neighborhood space. Her current research focuses on the special ties that connect the identity formation process of immigrant minorities in the city to the neighborhoods they live in. She is the author of Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy and Urban Space (Minnesota, 2013).