movements. Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies

movements. Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies

The journal is dedicated to the movements of migration as well as the attempts to control and govern them. movements aims at promoting interdisciplinary migration and border regime studies intervening into the knowledge field of migration in a self-reflexive fashion and critical of power relations. As a forum for critical social research, movements wishes to contribute to the development of an adequate understanding of the complex realities and power structures of migration and a substantiated critique of the current patterns of the government of migration. The content and strategic focus of the journal is closely related to that of the Network for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies (kritnet). Its editorial work builds upon this relationship and the established structures of a collective knowledge production.
movements features academic papers subjected to a collaborative peer review, but also early research reports, political, conceptual and methodological debates and interventions.
The journal is published in print with transcript as well as on our open access website (CC BY-SA 4.0): movements-journal.org.

The journal is edited by Ilker Ataç, Katherine Braun, Fabian Georgi, Sabine Hess, Juliane Karakayali, Bernd Kasparek, Jens Kroh, Simon Noori, Simona Pagano, Philipp Ratfisch, Lisa Riedner, Mathias Rodatz, Maria Schwertl, Helge Schwiertz and Vassilis S. Tsianos.
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movements. Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies
The journal is dedicated to the movements of migration as well as the attempts to control and govern them. movements aims at promoting interdisciplinary migration and border regime studies intervening into the knowledge field of migration in a self-reflexive fashion and critical of power relations. As a forum for critical social research, movements wishes to contribute to the development of an adequate understanding of the complex realities and power structures of migration and a substantiated critique of the current patterns of the government of migration. The content and strategic focus of the journal is closely related to that of the Network for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies (kritnet). Its editorial work builds upon this relationship and the established structures of a collective knowledge production.
movements features academic papers subjected to a collaborative peer review, but also early research reports, political, conceptual and methodological debates and interventions.
The journal is published in print with transcript as well as on our open access website (CC BY-SA 4.0): movements-journal.org.

The journal is edited by Ilker Ataç, Katherine Braun, Fabian Georgi, Sabine Hess, Juliane Karakayali, Bernd Kasparek, Jens Kroh, Simon Noori, Simona Pagano, Philipp Ratfisch, Lisa Riedner, Mathias Rodatz, Maria Schwertl, Helge Schwiertz and Vassilis S. Tsianos.
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2509-8322
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movements. Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies

Vol. 3, Issue 2/2017: Turkey's Changing Migration Regime and its Global and Regional Dynamics

movements 3(2) addresses the recent developments of the Turkish migration and border regime in the wake of the EUropean migration policies.

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