Remains of the Day at Cappadocia and Dalyan, Turkey


  • Nergis Canefe York University

Author Biography

Nergis Canefe, York University

Nergis Canefe (Ph.D York, 1998, SJD candidate, Osgoode Hall Law School) is Associate Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Law at York University, and associate director of Centre for Refugee Studies. Her areas of interest are transitional justice, memory and trauma, minority and human rights, critical citizenship studies, and crimes against humanity. She has more than fifty scholarly articles in books and in journals including Citizenship Studies, Nations and Nationalism, Balkanologie, South East European Studies, Turkish Studies and Rethinking History. She co-edited the volume Turkey and the European Integration (Routledge 2004), edited the volume Jewish Diasporas (Libra 2014) and wrote (in Turkish) Anavatandan Yavruvatana: Milliyetçilik, Bellek, ve Aidiyet (English title: Citizenship, Identity and Belonging: Limits of Turkish Nationalism) (Bilgi University, 2006). She is currently working on a manuscript on Transitional Justice Unbound: Crimes Against Humanity in International Law. She can be reached here.



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How to Cite

Canefe, N. (2016). Remains of the Day at Cappadocia and Dalyan, Turkey. Journal of Narrative Politics, 1(1). Retrieved from