Contributors. Introduction by Deniz Şenol Sert and Deniz Karcı Korfalı. PART I: Internal Migratory Movements in Turkey. 1) Rural-to-Urban Migration in Turkey during the Past Thirty-Five Years: 1965-2000 by Ayşe Gedik2) Conditions of Internal Migration and Contemporary Industrial Relations in Turkey by Utku Balaban. 3) Migrants as Entrepreneurs: Rethinking Migration, State and Entrepreneurship in the Neo-liberal Era by Ayşe Seda Yüksel. PART II: International Migration and Cosmopolitanism. 4) The Migrated Archives during the Population Exchange by A. Nükhet Adıyeke. 5) Cosmopolitanism, City Identity and Disconcerted Displacement: The Rum Orthodox Community of Istanbul and Athens by İlay Romain Örs. 6) The Identity of Thessalonica and Crete Immigrants in Izmir and Its Reflections on Izmir Culture by Orhan Tekelioğlu. 7) From National Territory to Supranational Real Property? Territorial Effects of Foreign Retirement Migration in Turkey by Sezgi Durgun.. Epilogue by Deniz Şenol Sert and Deniz Karcı Korfalı.. Index.