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Asli Ikizoglu Erensu
The mass movement of Syrians fleeing civil war to neighboring countries has become called the “Syrian refugee crisis.” The sheer volume of refugees brings up questions not only regarding these countries’ financial means and organizational capabilities but also, more importantly, regarding national identity and regional belonging. For example, reports on Jordan point to national concerns about the possible changes in the country’s demographic balance, while refugee rights ...Keep Reading »
Asli Ikizoglu Erensu was born in 1983 in Istanbul. She has a BA in Social and Political Sciences from Sabanci University, Turkey, and an MA in Sociology from University of Essex, UK. She is currently doing a PhD in Geography at University of Minnesota. Her ongoing dissertation research is on the emergent spaces and temporalities of asylum control through the case of Turkey and the urban consequences of its asylum-seeker dispersal policy.
“So what are we seeing in Israel? A farce? A brief spasm over bread? Spoiled whingeing over the price of a flat for the children of the generals? An impossible chimera of joint struggle, the faint historical tracings of the Palestine Communist Party evanescently appearing in the Israeli imaginary?"click | email | tweet