Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journals and Edited Collections


• Chemin, J.E. (forthcoming). Aparecida, Brazil: the Social Production of Space in the Largest Marian Shrine in the World. Material Religion.

• Chemin, J. E., Cetrez, O., Korkut, U., Chatty, D. (Eds.), 2017. Past and Present Amongst Refugees in the Eastern Mediterranean: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in the Study of Forced Migration. Middle Eastern Journal of Refugee Studies. Special Issue: 2017, Volume 2, Issues 1-2. (Issue 1) (Issue 2)

• Chemin, J. E. (2017). Editorial: Past and Present Amongst Refugees in the Eastern Mediterranean. In: J. E. Chemin, O. Cetrez, U. Korkut, D. Chatty. Past and Present Amongst Refugees in the Eastern Mediterranean: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in the Study of Forced Migration. Middle Eastern Journal of Refugee Studies. Special Issue: 2017, Volume 2, Issue 1.

• Chemin, J. E. (2017) Methodological Challenges in the Study of Forced Migration: Trauma, Resilience, Religion and Politics in the Context of the Syrian Diaspora in Turkey. In: J. E. Chemin, O. Cetrez, U. Korkut, D. Chatty. Past and Present Amongst Refugees in the Eastern Mediterranean: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in the Study of Forced Migration. Middle Eastern Journal of Refugee Studies – Special Issue. Special Issue: 2017, Volume 2, Issue 1.

• Chemin, J.E. and E. G. Aras. (2017). The Syrian Diaspora in Contemporary Turkey: From “refugee crisis” to “minority problem”. In: M. Barlai, B. Fährmrich, C. Griessler, M. Rhomberg. The Migrant Crisis: European Perspectives and National Discourses. LIT Verlag: Berlin, Münter, Wien, Zürich, London.

• Chemin, J. E., (2016). Guests-Hosts Relations in the Context of the Syrian Exodus: A Study of Turkish and Syrian Populations in Two Turkish Cities. Middle East Journal of Refugee Studies 2016 Vol: 1 Number: 2.

• Chemin, J. E. (2016). Re-Inventing Europe: The Case of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela as European Heritage and the Political and Economic Discourses of Cultural Unity. International Journal of Tourism Anthropology (Special Issue – Co-edited by Michael Di Giovine and Josep-Maria Garcia-Fuentes)

• Chemin, J. E. (2016). A Secular Nation under God’s Protection: Brazil’s “porous” State Secularism and the Problem of the differentiation of “Value Spheres”. Journal Religion & Society Vol.18, January 2016.

• Chemin, J. E. (2015). The Return of The Pilgrim & Seductions of Place: The Problem of Liminality on The Road to Compostela. In: Di Giovine, Michael & Picard, David (eds.) Astray: The Seductions of Pilgrimage. Farnham: Ashgate.

• Chemin, J.E. (2014). Contesting the Concept of Liminality: The Danger of Empty Spaces (A review of the book Liminal Landscapes: Travel, Experience and Spaces in-between (2012) by H. Andrews and L. Roberts.) Journeys: International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing.

• Chemin, J.E. (2012). Producers of Meaning & The Ethics of Movement: Consumerism, Culture & Politics on the Way of St. James. In: Notriems, Catrien & Jensen, Wilhelmina (eds.) Old Routes, New Journeys: Gender, Nation and Religious Diversity at European Pilgrimage Sites. Farnham: Ashgate.

• Chemin, J.E. (2011). Pilgrimage in a Secular Age: Religious and Consumer Landscapes of Late-Modernity. University of Exeter. Unpublished PhD Thesis.