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Nergis Canefe

--  Introduction: Syrians are Coming? Reframing the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Priya Singh

--  Politics and Policy: Syrian Refugees and the European Union

Pinar Uyan Semerci & Emre Erdogan

--  Guests to Neighbours: The Difficulty of Naming Syrians in Turkey

Kathryn E. T. Dennler

--  The Politics of Mobility on Lesvos, Greece: A Critical Scholarly View from The Beach, The Camp, and The City

Chiara Denaro

--  Syrian Refugees’ Reception in Southern Europe: The Shifting Content of the Right to Asylum in Lesvos, Sicily and Melilla

Belma Kurtisoglu, Selda Öztürk & Hussain Hajj

--  Performing the Migration

Nergis Canefe

--  Migration as a Necessity: Contextualising the European Response to the Syrian Exodus

Howard Adelman

--  Commentary on Canada’s Reception of Syrian Refugees

Meghna Guhathakurta

--  Book Review
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ISSN (Print) 2347-405X

 

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Articles submitted for consideration of publication in Refugee Watch should be around 5000 words.  Book reviews can be around 1000 words and review articles can be around 2000 words.  Articles will have endnotes and not foot notes. Endnotes should be restricted to the minimum. Panel discussions and round-tables can also be proposed for publication. Enquiries about possible submissions are welcome.
         
For submission of articles and all other matters, correspondence should be addressed to the Editor, Refugee Watch, Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group, GC-45, First Floor, Sector-III, Salt Lake, Kolkata – 700 106 or paula@mcrg.ac.in . For book review and review-articles correspondence to be addressed to Dr. Anita Sengupta, Review Editor, Refugee Watch, at the same address or at

anitasengupta@hotmail.com.

          Authors will have to submit articles both hard and soft copies (in MS Word). All articles are peer reviewed and it may take 3 to 4 months before a decision is reached on the proposed publication.  Contributors will get 5 copies of the journal.

          Individual contributor retains her/his copyright. However, in reproduction of the article elsewhere, full citation of the journal will be appreciated.

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