From Mosaic to Ebru: Conviviality in Multi-ethnic, Multi-faith Burgazadası, Istanbul
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|Journal||South European Society and Politics|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Jun 2015|
Deniz Neriman Duru (PhD University of Sussex, BA SOAS) is a postdoctoral researcher in the Media, Cognition and Communication Department at the University of Copenhagen. She has taught and undertaken several research projects on issues concerning diversity and conviviality in Turkey, on mobility and cross-border practices of Turkish migrants in the UK, Germany, Denmark, and Italy, and on conviviality and the use of social media among foreigners living in Denmark. She is currently working on multiculturalism, mobility, and conviviality in Europe within the euro-crisis context.
- Faculty of Humanities - multiculturalism, conviviality, coexistence, minorities, Greek-Turkish relations, anthropology of Pluralism, Turkey, diversity