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Didem Danış

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Coordonnées : ddanis@gsu.edu.tr

Fonction actuelle : Maitre de conférences au Département de Sociologie, Université Galatasaray, Turquie.

Formation
- Doctorat en sociologie, 2008, EHESS, Paris.
Intitulé de la thèse “Migration de transit et les réseaux des migrants irakiens de passage à Istanbul” sous la direction de Michel Wieviorka.
- DEA de sociologie, 2001, Middle East Technical University, Ankara.
- Licence en Sciences Politiques et en Sociologie, 1997, l’Université Bogazici, Istanbul.

Expérience professionnelle
- Depuis 2012 : Professeure agrégée, Département de sociologie, Université Galatasaray
- 2005 - 2012 : Chargée de cours, Département de sociologie, Université Galatasaray
- 1998 - 2002 : Assistante de recherche, Université de Bilgi, Istanbul

Enseignement
- Sociologie urbaine, migrations, démographie (Licence et M2).

Activités de recherche
- “Sectoral Need Analysis for Foreign Migrant Labor in Turkey” funded by International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Turkish Republic Ministry of Labor and Social Security, August - December 2015.
- “Transformation of State Factories and Neoliberal Urbanization” funded by BAP, Galatasaray University (together with Tuna Kuyucu from Boğaziçi University), Ongoing project since March 2015.
- “Economic growth, spatial transformation and the spread of middle classes : Gaziantep, Kayseri, Malatya and Denizli cases”. Funded by BAP, Galatasaray University (together with Tuna Kuyucu from Boğaziçi University), June 2011- June 2014.
- “Iraqi migration patterns in Turkey” in the framework of an international project that was simultaneously realized in Syria, Jordan and Egypt. Coordinators : Geraldine Chatelard (IFPO-Amman) & Philip Marfleet (University of East London). 2009-2010.
- “Forms of Organization of New Migrants : A Comparative Analysis of Bulgarian Turks, Iraqi Turkmens and Moldavians in Turkey” funded by TUBITAK 1001 research grant. Co-investigators Mine Eder (Bogazici University) and Ayşe Parla (Sabanci University), January 2007 - September 2008.
- “Networks in Mobility : Iraqi Transit Migrants in Istanbul” supported by ARIT (American Research Institute in Turkey) Ph.D research grant.
- “Integration in Limbo : Iraqi, Afghan and Maghrebi Migrants in Istanbul” funded by MiReKoc (Migration Research Programme at Koc University). Main investigator of the research team including Jean-François Perouse and Cherie Taraghi, Febr. 2005- Febr. 2006.

Production scientifique
Livres
- 2014. (co-edited with Ibrahim Soysuren) Sınır ve Sınırdışı : Türkiye’de Göç, Yabancılar ve Devlete Disiplinlerarası Bakışlar, Notabene, İstanbul [Border and Deportation : Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Migration, Foreigners and State in Turkey].
- 2010. Migration de Transit et Réseaux Sociaux : le cas des migrants irakiens en Turquie, Editions Universitaires Européennes, Saarbrücken.
- 2008 (co-edited with Verda Irtis) Entegrasyonun Ötesi : Türkiye’den Fransa’ya Göç ve Göçmenlik Halleri [Beyond Integration : Turkish Immigration and Migrant Experiences in France], Istanbul Bilgi University Press, Istanbul.

Rapports
- 2010. (with Damla Bayraktar) Away from Iraq : Post-2003 Iraqi migration to Neighboring Countries and to Turkey, ORSAM research report (in Turkish and English).
- 2004. (with Ebru Kayaalp) Elmadag : A neighborhood in Flux, les dossiers de l’IFEA no.18, IFEA publications.

Articles
- 2015 (with Tuna Kuyucu) “Similar Processes, Divergent Outcomes : A Comparative Analysis of Urban Redevelopment Projects in Three Turkish Cities” Urban Affairs Review, No.51 : 381-413
- 2014 (with Damla B. Aksel) (in Turkish) “State and New Governance in Border Regime : Turkish-Iraqi Border” in Border and Deportation : Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Migration, Foreigners and State in Turkey, Notabene : Istanbul. pp.67-99
- 2014. (with Damla B. Aksel) “Diverse Facets of Europeanization at the Iraqi-Turkish Border” Nurcan Özgür Baklacioğlu & Yeşim Özer, (Eds.), Migration, Asylum, and Refugees in Turkey : Studies in the Control of Population at the Southeastern Borders of the EU, Edwin Mellen Press.
- 2013. (with Tuna Kuyucu, in Turkish) “Manifestations of Neoliberalism in Mid-Sized Cities : Privatisation Process of Sumerbank Properties in Anatolian Cities” in Proceedings of Urban and Regional Studies Conference, Mersin.
2012. (in Turkish) “The Setting of Urban Transformation” Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly, Black Sea Peace Network Articles.
- 2011. “Changing Fortunes : Iraqi Refugees in Turkey”, International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, V.5 (2) : 199-213.
- 2011. (in Turkish) “Globalisation, Trasnational Migration and Nation-State” in Globalisation and Democracy : Different Aspects of Globalisation, C. Yıldızcan & Ö. Adadağ (Eds.), Dipnot.
- 2011. (in Turkish, with Ceren Akyos) “Globalisation and City” in Globalisation and Democracy : Different Aspects of Globalisation, C. Yıldızcan & Ö. Adadağ (Eds.), Dipnot.
- 2010. (in Turkish) “Some Sociological Observations and Predictions about Çerkezköy” Proceedings of Çerkezköy Values Symposium, Tekirdağ, pp.117-122.
- 2010. (in Turkish) “Social Networks in Segmented Incorporation of Iraqi Migrants in Istanbul”, International Migration to Turkey : Social Conditions – Individual Lives, B. Pusch & T. Wilkoszewski (Eds.), Kitap Yayınevi, Istanbul, 2010, pp.191-224
- 2009. (in Turkish) “Pan-Arab Solidarity in Dissolution : Iraqi Refugees in Syria, Jordan and Lebanon”, Ortadoğu Analiz, Cilt.1 (9).
- 2009. (in Turkish) “Far From Iraq : Post-1991 Iraqi Emigration”, Ortadoğu Analiz, Cilt. 1(6).
- 2009. (With Ayşe Parla, in Turkish) “Ethnic Brotherhood in Vain : Migrant, Association, State in the cases of Turks of Iraq and of Bulgaria”, Toplum ve Bilim, N.114, pp.131-158.
- 2009. (with Jean-François Pérouse & Cherie Taraghi) “Integration in Limbo : Iraqi, Afghan and Maghrebi Migrants in İstanbul”, Land of Diverse Migrations, (Eds.) A. İçduygu & K. Kirişci, İstanbul Bilgi University Press, Istanbul.
- 2008. (with Füsun Üstel, in Turkish) “Social and Historical Aspects of Turkish Immigration in France” in Beyond Integration : Turkish Immigration and Migrant Experiences in France, D. Danış & V. Irtis (Eds.) Istanbul Bilgi University Press, Istanbul. pp.1-34.
- 2007. “A Faith That Binds : Iraqi Christian Women on the Domestic Service Ladder of Istanbul” Iraqi Christian Women in the Domestic Service Ladder of Istanbul : Solidarity or Exploitation”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. V.33 (4) : 601-615.
- 2007. (in Turkish) “Transit Migration ve Transnational Religious Networks : Iraqi Chaldean Catholic Migrants in Istanbul” in Kökler ve Yollar : Türkiye’de Göç Süreçleri (Eds.) A. Kaya & B. Şahin, Istanbul Bilgi University Press, pp.521-544.
- 2006. “Attendre au Purgatoire : les réseaux religieux de migrants chrétiens d’Irak en transit à Istanbul”, Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales (REMI), V.22 (3) : 109-134.
- 2005. (with Jean-François Pérouse, in Turkish) “New Images of Wealth : Gated Communities in Istanbul”, Toplum ve Bilim, No.104 : 92-103.
- 2005. (with Ebru Kayaalp, in Turkish) “An Attempt of Conceptualization : Migranthood experiences” in Istanbul’da Kentsel Ayrışma : Mekânsal Dönüşümün Çeşitli Boyutları, (Ed.) H. Kurtuluş, Bağlam Yayınları, Istanbul.
- 2005. (with Jean-François Pérouse). “La Politique Migratoire Turque : vers une normalisation ?” Migrations Société, V.17, No.98.
- 2005. (with Ebru Kayaalp, in German). “Ein Mosaik im Herzen der Metropole : Elmadağ”, Self Service City : Istanbul, (Eds.) O. Esen ve S. Lanz, Reihentitel : metroZones 4, Berlin : b_books.
- 2004. (in Turkish) “New Migratory Movements and Turkey on the way of the EU” in Birikim, No. 187-188, pp.216-224.
- 2002. (in Turkish) “Is Bahçeşehir a Neighborhood ?” in Istanbul Journal, Tarih Vakfı Yurt Yayınları.
- 2001. (in Turkish) “Proliferation of Gated Communities in Istanbul : The Case of Bahçeşehir” in 21.yy Karşısında Kent ve İnsan, Bağlam ; Istanbul.
- 1998. (with Berk Balçık, Ceren Belge & Başak Tuğ) “On Re-Thinking Social Sciences and The Symposium”, Defter, No.33.