Ethnologia Balkanica 13 (2009)

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Ethnologia Balkanica 13 (2009)
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Migration in, from, and to Southeastern Europe. Part 1: Historical and Cultural Aspects

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Berlin 2009: LIT Verlag
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jährlich (seit 1997)
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978-3-643-10895-1
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297 S.
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Ethnologia Balkanica. Journal for Southeast European Anthropology. Zeitschrift für die Anthropologie Südosteuropas. Journal d'ethnologie du sud-est européen.
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Redaktion: Prof. Klaus Roth Institut für Volkskunde/Europ. Ethnologie, Universität München Oettingenstr. 67 D – 80538 München <k.roth@lrz.uni-muenchen.de> Prof. Dr. Ulf Brunnbauer Geschichte Südost- und Osteuropas Philosophische Fakultät III Universität Regensburg D – 93040 Regensburg Verlag: LIT Verlag Dr. W. Hopf Berlin Chausseestr. 128/129 D – 10115 Berlin
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Helebrant, Tomislav

Migrations have moulded Balkan societies. In the multiethnic empires migrations were very common, and in the modern era, economic reasons led millions of people to go abroad as overseas emigrants before World War I, as Gastarbeiter in the 1960s and 70s, or as economic migrants since 1990. In addition, many people had to leave their homes as political refugees or as victims of ethnic cleansing. But Balkan countries were and are also hosts to immigrants and refugees, and they have witnessed enormous rural-urban migrations. This volume, the first part of a selection of conference papers, focusses on historical and cultural aspects of migration in, from and to Southeastern Europe.

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Ethnologia Balkanica, vol. 13 (2009)

CONTENTS

Editorial

Migration: historical, political, and social aspects

Leo Lucassen, Leiden
Towards a Comparative History of Migration and Membership in Southeast Europe (1500–1900)

Seher Cesur-Kılıçaslan, Istanbul, R. Günsel Terzioğlu, Ankara
Families Immigrating from Bulgaria to Turkey Since 1878

Marios Papakyriacou, Berlin
Setting the Limits of the Nation: Greek Migrants and Religious Faith in Egypt at the Turn of the 20th Century

Georgia Eglezou, Bournemouth, UK
Refugees in Greece (1922): The Attitude of the Press Towards Their Arrival

Christian Koller, Bangor
„Nur ein paar Lumpen, die ihren Judaslohn in Alkohol umsetzen“: Streikbrecher vom Balkan in der Schweiz im frühen 20. Jahrhundert und ihre Wahrnehmung

Biljana Ristovska-Josifovska, Skopje
Migrations as Reflected in Narratives Written by Migrants. Self‑Identification and Presentation for Posterity

Vladimir Karadžoski, Prilep
Socio-Political, Religious, and Economic Reasons for Macedonians’ Movements to Turkey

Stefanie Mayer, Vienna
Rotation, Integration, and Social Exclusion. Discourse and Change in/of Migration Policies in Austria

Petruţa Teampău, Cluj, Kristof Van Assche, Minnesota
Migratory Marginalities: Making Sense of Home, Self and Mobility

Internal migrations

László Mód, Szeged
Urban Newcomers in a Hungarian Village

Monica Bercovici, Bucarest
La deuxième vie d’Ada-Kaleh ou Le potentiel culturel de la mémoire d’une île disparue

Cultural aspects

Çağla Karabağ, Ankara
Intercultural Encounters in Fatih Akin’s Films

Hande Sağlam, Vienna
The Marketing Opportunities of “Traditional” and “Non-Traditional” Music by Turkish Immigrants in Vienna

Robert Pichler, Graz
Migration, Ritual and Ethnic Conflict. A Study of Wedding Ceremonies of Albanian Transmigrants from the Republic of Macedonia

Gülsüm Depeli, Ankara
Migrant Memories: German-Turkish Marriage Ceremonies in Berlin

Evgenia Krăsteva-Blagoeva, Sofia
Food and Migration: The Case of Bulgarians in Munich

Eleni Peleki, Munich
Zur sprachlichen Leistung von Migrantenkindern aus Südosteuropa nach dem bayerischen Modell der „Sprachlernklassen“ an deutschen Grundschulen

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