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The University of Exeter founded Exeter Turkish Studies in 2009. This research centre is designed to carry out world-class research and provide supervision to post-graduate students on Turkish history and culture from its origins to the present day.
The founding of this research centre is inspired by the growing importance of Turkey as a major political and cultural player in the modern world. Exeter Turkish Studies combines resources and experience from several of Exeter University's Academic Colleges to provide study of Turkey over a wide disciplinary range and with a deep historical perspective.
ExTS invites applications to the range of taught postgraduate programmes at MA level, which offer the opportunity to study Turkish language, history and culture.
News and Events
Monday 14 Match
Dr Kerem Oktem (University of Oxford). Launch of his new book, Angry Nation, dealing with Turkey since 1989. This study deals with the very recent history of Turkey since the coup and with a special focus on the muted strands of official historiography and political analysis.
Amory, Room 128, 5-7pm
Monday 21 March
Madeleine Reeves, University of Manchester. Mourning, violence and political community in Kyrgyzstan's "April Events" of 2010.
Queen's Building, Margaret Room 1, 5.15-6.45pm
Wednesday 23rd March
Mikhail Özmemis, University of Exeter. The Turkish Economy and Perspectives for the Middle East
Streatham Court B, 5-7pm – Refreshments provided
Nick Megoran (Geography, University of Newcastle) Title tbc (on the Christian reconciliation walk in Turkey).
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