Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Projekt Coordinator
Soner Barthoma is an independent researcher with a background in
Political Science. He loves inter-disciplinary work within his broad
research interest, among them migration, governance and discourse
theories, European politics, Turkish foreign policy, late Ottoman
period and genocide studies, history of the modern Middle East and its
political regimes, identity politics, cultural heritage and
revitalization of endangered languages. He previously co-coordinated
the Horizon 2020 project RESPOND (www.respondmigration.com), and
several other EU funded projects, amongst them the award winning
Surayt-Aramaic Online project (www.surayt.com), which aimed at the
revitalization of Surayt as an endangered language. Barthoma has
edited three volumes, published various articles on identity,
migration and integration related topics.
- Mencutek, Z., Barthoma, S., E. Aras and Triandafyllidou, A. (2022). “A Crisis Mode in Migration Governance: Comparative and Analytical Insights” Comparative Migration Studies. (2022) 10:12. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40878-022-00284-2
- Barthoma, S. and O. Cetrez (eds). 2021. RESPONDing to migration: A holistic perspective to migration governance. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.
- Atto, N. and S.Barthoma (2021). ‘Nested vulnerabilities in the context of migration: the Yazidi case’ in RESPONDing to migration: A holistic perspective to migration governance (S. Barthoma and O Cetrez, eds). Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis
- Mencütek, Z., Barthoma, S and E. Gökalp-Aras (2021). ‘Governance of Migration in and through Crisis: A Comparative Report on RESPOND Research’ in Global Migration: Responses and Consequences. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4593516
- Barthoma, S., Mencütek, Z., Gökalp-Aras, E., Atto, N. and O. Cetrez (2020). Integration Policies – Trends, Problems and Challenges: An Integrated Report of 9 Country Cases. Global Migration: Consequences and Responses 2020:72 http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4269163
- Barthoma, S., Sivets, A., Rajon, M., Fritz, F., Petterson, Rossi, Begemman, J. and O. Larsson (2020). Reception Policies, Practices and Responses: Sweden Country Report. Global Migration: Consequences and Responses 2020:39. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3685151
- Talay and S.Barthoma (eds). 2017. Sayfo 1915: An Anthology of Essays on the Genocide of Assyrians/Arameans during the First World War. Edited volume. NJ, Piscataway: Gorgias Press.
- Gaunt, D., Atto, N. and S.O. Barthoma (eds). 2017. Let Them Not Return: Sayfo – The Genocide against the Assyrian, Syriac and Chaldean Christians in the Ottoman Empire. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Publishers.
- Gaunt, D., Atto, N. and S.O. Barthoma. 2017. ‘Introduction: Contextualizing the Sayfo in the First World War” in Let Them Not Return (2017). New York/Oxford: Berghahn Publishers.
- Atto, N. and S.O. Barthoma. 2017. ‘Syriac Orthodox Leadership in the Post-Genocide Period (1918-26) and the Removal of the Patriarchate from in Let Them Not Return. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Publishers.
- Barthoma, S. 2015. ‘The Assyrian Genocide and the Current Policy of Turkish Government’ in Pogrom, April 2015 (Special edition).
- Barthoma, S. 2014. ‘Transformation of Social Capital among Assyrians in the Migration Context’ in M. Hämmerli and J. F. Mayer (eds.) Orthodox Identities in Contemporary Western Europe. Migration, Settlement and Innovation. Ashgate.
- Atto, N. and S. Barthoma. 2013. ‘Geçis Döneminde (1918-1926) ve Patrikhane’nin Türkiye’den Tasınması Sürecinde Süryani Ortodoks Kilisesi Önderligi’ (2013) in Conference proceedings: Mardin ve Çevresi Toplumsal ve Ekonomik Tarihi Konferansı: Mardin Tebligleri. Istanbul: Hrant Dink Vakfı Yayınları.
- Barthoma, S. 2012. ‘Minority Rights in Turkey: Quo Vadis, Assyrians?’ in P. Omtzigt, M. K. Tozman and A. Tyndall (Eds.) The Slow Disappearance of the Syriacs from Turkey and of the Grounds of the Mor Gabriel Monastery. Münster: Lit Verlag.
- Barthoma, S. 2011. ‘Applying Social Capital Theory to the Assyrian Case in Sweden’ in Parole de l’Orient 36, pp. 277-300. Lebanon: Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK).