In her article published in 2001, Kim Butler says “it is increasingly rare to live and die on the land of our ancient forebears.”1 This basic fact is the reality of the 20th century, especially after the new waves of international migration that emerged in the wake of the Second World War. However, human mobility is not a new phenomenon in our history. As Saskia Sassen discusses in her book Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global Assemblages (2008), we have always been on the move for various reasons.
Diaspora, Diaspora Studies, Migration
- Kim Butler, “Defining Diaspora, Refining a Discourse”, Diaspora 19, no. 2 (2001): 214.
|Dates||Publication Date : March 30, 2021|
|APA||Zırh, B . (2021). Interview 7 . Turkish Journal of Diaspora Studies , 1 (1) , 126-131 .|
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