PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Irgil, E. (2022) “When the Government Comes to the Neighbourhood: Everyday Regulations and Syrian Refugees’ Encounters with Local State Authorities.” Journal of Refugee Studies 35(2): 893–909.
Irgil, E., Kreft, A., Lee, M., Willis, C. N. and Zvobgo, K. (2021) “Field Research: A Graduate Student’s Guide.” International Studies Review 23(4): 1495–1517.
Irgil, E. (2021) “Broadening the Positionality in Migration Studies: Assigned Insider Category.” Migration Studies 9(3): 1215–1229.
[Published also in Turkish: Irgil, E. (2022) Konumsallık, Mülakatlar ve Göç Çalışmalarında Araştırmacı Olmak. Reflektif Journal of Social Science 3(2): 353–367.]
Ustubici, A., Irgil, E., and Cobek, G. (2020) “Bargaining with Place: Experiences of Privilege by European Migrants in Turkey” [In Turkish]. Alternatif Politika 12(3): 565–589.
Islar, M. and Irgil, E. (2018) Grassroots Practices of Citizenship and Politicization in the Urban: the Case of Right to the City Initiatives in Barcelona. Citizenship Studies 22(5): 491–506.
Irgil, E. (2016) Multi–level Governance as an Alternative: the Municipality of Barcelona and the Ciutat Refugi Plan. Glocalism: Journal of Culture, Politics, and Innovation 3.
Zvobgo, K., Willis, C. N., Lee, M., Kreft, A., and Irgil, E. (Forthcoming) “Fieldwork.” In Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond, (eds.) K. Lorentz II, D. J. Mallinson, J. M. Hellwege, D. Phoenix, and J. C. Strachan. American Political Science Association (APSA) Guidebook.
Irgil, E. (2021) “Studying Forced Migration in the Global South: The Role of Everyday Politics.” American Political Science Association (APSA) Comparative Politics Newsletter 31(2): 33–40.