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Reconciling Cultural and Political Identities in a Globalized World

Perspectives on Australia-Turkey Relations

  • Michális S. Michael

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About this book


Though geographically far apart, Turkey and Australia are much closer than many would think. This collection provides a relevant, comparative and comprehensive study of two countries seeking to reconcile their history with their geography.


Australia Turkey Gallipoli Ottoman Empire Middle East Kemalism Diaspora Islam AKP Multiculturalism Migration community conflict migration politics state

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  • Michális S. Michael
    • 1
  1. 1.Centre for DialogueLa Trobe UniversityAustralia

About the editors

Ibrahim Abraham, University of Helsinki, Finland Greg Barton, Monash University, Australia Desmond Cahill, RMIT University, Australia William Hale, University of London, UK Christopher Houston, Macquarie University, Australia Ahmet ?çduygu, Koç University, Turkey Christine Inglis, University of Sydney, UK Andrew Jakubowicz, University of Technology, Australia Adrian Jones, La Trobe University, Australia Erdem Koç, La Trobe University, Australia Umut Parmaksiz, University of Bristol, UK Çemen Polat, Monash University, Australia Banu Senay, Macquarie University, Australia Ihsan Yilmaz, Fatih University, Turkey

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