Notes on Terminology and Orthography; Preface: Renee Hirschon; Acknowledgements; Map of Greece and Turkey; Part I: Introduction: Background and Overview; 1 'Unmixing Peoples' in the Aegean Region, Renee Hirschon; 2 Consequences of the Lausanne Convention: An Overview, Renee Hirschon; Part II: Political, Economic and Policy Aspects; 3 Lausanne Revisited: Population Exchanges in International Law and Policy, Michael Barutciski; 4 The Consequences of the Exchange of Populations for Turkey, Cagclar Keyder; 5 1922: Political Continuations and Realignments in the Greek State, Thanos Veremis; 6 Economic Consequences following Refugee Settlement in Greek Macedonia, 1923-1932, Elisabeth Kontogiorgi; 7 Homogenising the Nation, Turkifying the Economy: The Turkish Experience of Population Exchange Reconsidered, Ayhan Aktar; 8 The Story of Those Who Stayed: Lessons From Articles 1 and 2 of the 1923 Convention, Baskin Oran; 9 Religion or Ethnicity: The Identity Issue of the Minorities in Greece and Turkey, Alexis Alexandris; 10 Inter-war Town Planning and the Refugee Problem in Greece: Temporary 'Solutions' and Long-Term Dysfunctions, Alexandra Yerolympos; 11 When Greeks Meet Other Greeks: Settlement Policy Issues in the Contemporary Greek Context, Eftihia Voutira; Part III: Social and Cultural Aspects; 12 Housing and the Architectural Expression of Asia Minor Greeks Before and After 1923, Vassilis Colonas; 13 Space, Place and Identity: Memory and Religion in Two Cappadocian Greek Settlements, Vasso Stelaku; 14 Lessons in Refugeehood: The Experience of Forced Migrants in Turkey, Tolga Koker (in collaboration with Leyla Keskiner); 15 Muslim Cretans in Turkey: The Reformulation of Ethnic Identity in an Aegean Community, Sophia Koufopoulou; 16 The Exchange of Populations in Turkish Literature: The Undertone of Texts, Hercules Millas; 17 The Myth of Asia Minor in Greek Fiction, Peter Mackridge; 18 Between Orientalism and Occidentalism: The Contribution of Asia Minor Refugees to Greek Popular Song, and its Reception, Stathis Gauntlett; References
Renee Hirschon was educated at the universities of Cape Town, Chicago and Oxford. Intensive fieldwork among the Asia Minor refugees settled in Piraeus resulted in the monograph Heirs of the Greek Catastrophe . She has been Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, and Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of the Aegean. She is currently Research Associate of the Refugee Studies Centre, Queen Elizabeth House, and Lecturer, St Peter's College, University of Oxford.