Dr. Helen Baykara-Krumme

  • “Marriage migration to Germany: Background and empirical findings with a main focus on immigration from Turkey” (in German). Paper presentation at the “Integration of Marriage Migrants: Research, Experiences, Results and Strategies” Conference, September 2012 University of Siegen/Germany.

  • Transnational aging: background, challenges and evidence of a new research field. Paper presentation at International Symposium “Transnational Aging: Current Insights and Future Challenges“, Institute of Education, September 2012, University of Mainz/Germany.

  • “Families and intergenerational relationships as potentials for successful aging in migration” (in German). Presentation at the panel of II. Annual Meeting on Migration and Integration Research: “Getting Old in Migration. Austrian and German Experiences from a Comparative Perspective“, September 2012, University of Vienna/ Austria.

  • “Intergenerational relationships of migrants and care expectations“ (in German). Paper presentation at the 7th Congress on Demography. September 2012, Berlin/Germany.

  • “500 Turkish families – four generations of migration experience in Germany and Turkey“ (in German). Paper presentation at the Humboldt University of Berlin at the Jour Fixe of the “Network Turkey – Academic Community for Turkish Studies” and the “GET MA German Turkish Masters Program in Social Sciences“, June 2012 Berlin/Germany. See also

  • “Turkish families in Europe. Intergenerational transmission and transnational relations” (in German). Paper presentation at the Colloquium of the SFB 882. "From heterogeneities to inequalities“, May 2012, University of Bielefeld/Germany.See also

  • “Arranged marriages in three-generation Turkish families in Turkey and Europe: Effects of migration on family formation”. Paper presentation at the 3rd NORFACE Migration Conference, March 2012, University of Mannheim/Germany.

  • “Quality of life in old age. An analysis of migration effects based on the multigenerational survey LineUp” (in German).Paper presentation at the “Health and Quality of Life of International Migrants. Intercultural Lives in The Context of Health and Provision Research“ Workshop, Department of Sociology and Demography of Rostock University, December 2011, Max-Planck-Institute of Demography Rostock/Germany.

  • “Families, intergenerational transmission, transnational links: Interactions between Turkey and Germany“. Paper presentation at the Institute Colloquium of Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen/Germany.See also