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|Title:||The Istanbul Armenians: negotiating coexistence|
|Citation:||Kasbarian S (2016) The Istanbul Armenians: negotiating coexistence. In: Bryant R (ed.). Post-Ottoman Coexistence: Sharing Space in the Shadow of Conflict. Space and Place, New York: Berghahn Press, pp. 207-237.|
|Series/Report no.:||Space and Place|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: With the prospect of membership into the European Union (EU) in sight, Turkey has been undergoing a tortuous democratization since the early 2000s. A question at the heart of this process is whether it can deal with its internal diversity, reconcile historical tensions, and heal deep wounds. This involves the rethinking of fundamental concepts like nationhood and belonging, citizenship and rights, and relations between state, authority and religion. This chapter looks at everyday personal and social negotiations in being Armenian in Istanbul and the struggle to claim a coexistent Armenian space within the Turkish nation.|
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