I currently work as Senior Research Associate in Qualitative Research at the University of Bristol. Prior to the current position, I worked as post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Communication, University of Vienna. I have been trained as an interdisciplinary migration scholar with a substantive focus on the scientific study of public health, work and employment, cultural sociology, forced migration, integration and development, multilevel governance, welfare studies, different forms...


Migration processes
Migration consequences (for migrants, sending and receiving countries)
Migration governance
Cross-cutting topics in migration research


  • University of Bristol

    University, Bristol, United Kingdom
    Senior Research Associate


Protracted displacement and housing systems in intermediary cities: the case of Syrians in Torbalı, Türkiye

Authors Dolf J. H. te Lintelo, Ayselin Yıldız, Meltem Ö. Gürel, ...
Year 2023
Journal Name International Journal of Housing Policy
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1 Journal Article

Constructions of Multiple Deservingness Frames towards Refugees in Everyday Work Life in İzmir

Authors Selin Siviş, Ayselin Yıldız
Year 2023
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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2 Journal Article

Integrating Bottom-up into Top-down: The Role of Local Actors in Labour Market Integration of Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Authors Selin Sivis
Year 2020
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3 Journal Article

Who is (un)deserving? Differential healthcare access and the interplay between social and symbolic boundary-drawing towards Syrian refugees in Turkey

Authors Selin Siviş
Year 2022
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
5 Journal Article

Negotiating moral boundaries through the lens of employers: Syrians in the Turkish informal economy

Authors Selin Siviş
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
6 Journal Article

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