Dr Erdem Dikici

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About me

I did my MSc and PhD in Sociology at the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, the University of Bristol. I have been a research affiliate at the Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, the University of Bristol, and I am recently appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Public Health at the School of Health and Social Wellbeing, UWE Bristol.

In my doctoral dissertation, recently published as a monograph (Transnational Islam and the Integration of Turks in Great Britain, 2021, Palgrave Macmillan), I developed several avenues of theoretical and empirical inquiry, including the novel theoretical approach, 'integration as a three-way process and negotiation'. This offers original insights into how national citizenship models can be extended and renewed to cover cross-border mobility and is further explored in the peer-reviewed article, 'Integration, transnationalism, and transnational Islam' (2021, Identities).

My current research interests include race, ethnicity and health inequalities; wellbeing of racialized groups; and health and immigrant integration in the UK and beyond. My most recent publications include 'Governance of religious diversity in Western Europe' published in Ethnicities (2021); and 'Integration, transnationalism and transnational Islam' published in Identities (2021). My works have been published in different journals including, Ethnicities, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Identities, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Insight Turkey, Journal of Nordic Migration Studies, and Journal of Global Analysis


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