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Accepted Paper:

Religion and informality: Central Asian migrants in Moscow  
Rano Turaeva (Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich)

Paper short abstract:

The paper contributes to one of the topics of the panel namely religious practices in order to tease out the link between the religion and informality in the context of high mobility between Russia and Central Asia.

Paper long abstract:

The debate on the link between mobility and informality is quite a young field and the link between migrant lives and informality has not yet been quite explored and therefore the further enquiry into the religious lives of migrants and informal life arrangements of Muslims might be interesting to explore to further unpuzzle this complex relationships within the field. Muslim migrant daily lives in Moscow is quite challenging where state integration of migrants failed to provide social and economic support which was replaced by religious networks of belonging. although informally arranged this aspect of lives became crucial for each migrant in Moscow.

Panel Mig03
Transnationalism, (im)mobilities and informal practices in Europe, and beyond [SIEF Working Group on Migration and Mobility]
  Session 1 Tuesday 16 April, 2019, -