Dr. Hayal Hanoğlu

  • Title: Migration, Alevis, and Alevism (One Part)
  • Başlık: Göç, Aleviler ve Alevilik (Tek Bölüm)
  • Date: 1 Nov/Kas 2023

Recommended Readings / Önerilen Okumalar

Akdemir, A. (2016b). Boundary-making and Alevi community in Britain. In T. Issa (Ed.), Alevis in Europe: Voices of migration, culture and identity (pp. 173-188) Routledge.

Brubaker, R. (2013). Language, religion and the politics of difference. Nations and Nationalism, 19(1), 1-20.

Çobanoğlu, Y. (2023). İngiltere’de “Alevi olmak”: Diasporada Alevi kimliğinin kuruluşu. Turkish Studies, 18(3), 923-946.

De Haas, H. (2005). International migration, remittances and development: Myths and facts. Third World Quarterly, 26(8), 1269-1284.

Erol, A. (2012). Identity, migration and transnationalism: Expressive cultural practices of the Toronto Alevi community. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38(5), 833-849.

Hanoglu, H. (2022). From ‘yol’ to diasporic Alevism: migration and religious change among Alevis in Britain. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 50 (4): 983–1001

Hanoglu, H. (2023). Migration, collective remittances and religion: the growth of Alevi worship places (cemevi) in the rural homeland. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 1-22.

Issa, T. (Ed.). (2016). Alevis in Europe: Voices of migration, culture and identity. Routledge.

Salman, C. (2020). Diasporic homeland, rise of identity and new traditionalism: The case of the British Alevi festival. Kurdish Studies, 8(1), 113-132.

Sökefeld, M. (2008). Struggling for recognition; the Alevi movement in Germany and in transnational space. NY and Oxford: Berghahn Books.

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