Skip to content
Licensed Unlicensed Requires Authentication Published by De Gruyter (A) June 15, 2016

Urum and Pontic Greeks: Communities and language situations

Concha Maria Höfler, Stefanie Böhm, Konstanze Jungbluth and Stavros Skopeteas

Acknowledgements

Most of the articles collected in this volume are proceedings from the workshop Visible and invisible borders: Language use and expressing group belonging and change in the Georgian Greek community held at the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), in September 2014. The workshop was part of the project The impact of current transformational processes on language and ethnic identity: Urum and Pontic Greeks in Georgia funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung.

References

Hionidou, Violetta. 2012. “Abroad I was Greek and in Greece I am a foreigner”: Pontic Greeks from former Soviet Union in Greece. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 30(1). 103–127.10.1353/mgs.2012.0010Search in Google Scholar

Kaurinkoski, Kira. 2010. Privileged co-ethnic Greek migrants from the former Soviet Union in the Greater Athens Area: Reflections on individual and collective integration strategies into Greek society. In Jasna Čapo Žmegač, Christian Voß & Klaus Roth (eds.), Co-ethnic migrations compared. Central and Eastern European contexts, 119–137. München/Berlin: Otto Sagner.Search in Google Scholar

Mansfield, John Basil. 2014. Polysynthetic sociolinguistics: The language and culture of Murrinh Patha youth. PhD thesis, Australian National University.Search in Google Scholar

Pashaeva, Lamara B. 1992. Semya i semeynyy byt grekov tsalkskogo rayona (po etnograficheskim materialam vtoroy poloviny XIX – nachala XX.) Tbilisi: Metsniereba.Search in Google Scholar

Popov, Anton. 2010. Making sense of home and homeland: Former-Soviet Greeks’ motivations and strategies for a transnational migrant circuit. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(1). 67–85.10.1080/13691830903123211Search in Google Scholar

Sideri, Eleni. 2006. The Greeks of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Memories and practices of diaspora. PhD thesis, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London.Search in Google Scholar

Sideri, Eleni. 2007. Crossing b-orders: From Georgia to Greece. Female migration and female transformations. In Yota Papageorgiou (ed.), Gendering transformations, 98–108. Crete: University of Crete.Search in Google Scholar

Sideri, Eleni. 2012. Looking for the “language” of recognition among Greek communities of Georgia. Anthropological Journal of European Cultures 21(1). 41–59.10.3167/ajec.2012.210104Search in Google Scholar

Published Online: 2016-6-15
Published in Print: 2016-7-1

©2016 by De Gruyter Mouton

Scroll Up Arrow