Didem Danış is a sociologist whose teaching and research activities evolve around the topics related to migrations in Turkey for the last 15 years. She is associate professor at Galatasaray University, Sociology Department. She holds BA degrees in Political Science and Sociology from Boğaziçi University and MA in Sociology from METU. She stayed at IMER (International Migration and Ethnic Relations Program) in Malmö University as a visiting Ph.D. in 2002-2003. She completed her doctoral thesis at EHESS (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 2008) in Paris. This thesis was devoted to the analysis of Iraqi transit migrants and refugees’ social networks in Istanbul. Didem Danis has also extensive experience of teaching and research collaborations in Europe and the Middle East. Didem Danış’s research interests on international migrations concentrates on state-migrant relationships, migration politics, migrants’ social networks, transnationalism, interactions between the cities and the migrants and mechanisms of hospitability. She has published various articles and co-edited two books in Turkish on migration issues: "Borders and Expulsion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Foreigners, Migration and State" (co-edited with I. Soysuren, Notabene, 2014); “Beyond the Integration: Turkish Immigration in France” (co-edited with V. İrtiş, İstanbul Bilgi University Press, 2008). She is the founder and director of the Association for Migration Research.
Colloque France-Turquie : les voies de la citoyenneté 9-11 octobre 2018 Panel 2 Migrations et débat sur la citoyenneté Discutante : Didem DANIŞ (Université Galatasaray) Modérateur : Armand AUPIAIS L
Présentation du livre "Mobilités au féminin" Mardi 10 avril 2014 à 18h à l'IFEA Natalia Ribas-Mateos, Didem Danış, Danielle Provençal Mobilités au féminin. La place des femmes dans le nouvel état du