- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Dawn Chatty and Bill Finlayson
1.What Visibility Conceals: Re-embedding Refugee Migration from Iraq
2.The Transnational Turn in Migration Studies and the Afghan Social Networks
3.Internal Displacement in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Politics and the Loss of Livelihood
4.Displacement by Repatriation: The Future of Turkish Settlers in Northern Cyprus
5.From Mohajer to Hamwatan: The Reintegration Experiences of Second generation Afghans Returning from Pakistan and Iran
6.Repatriation and Reconstruction: Afghan Youth as a ‘Burnt Generation’ in Post-conflict Return
7.When the Self Becomes Other: Representations of Gender, Islam, and the Politics of Survival in the Sahrawi Refugee Camps
8.‘Hey, Afghani!’ Identity Contentions among Iranians and Afghan Refugees
9.Narrative as Identity: Perspectives from an Iraqi Women Refugees’ Oral History Project
10.The Refugee Factor in Two Protracted Conflicts: Cyprus and Palestine Compared
11.There Go the Neighbourhoods: Policy Effects vis-à-vis Iraqi Forced Migration
- Epilogue: Dispossession and Forced Migration in the Twenty-first-century Middle East and North Africa: The Way Forward
Forced Migration in the Middle East and North Africa
- Dispossession and Displacement
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