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Görkem Akgöz (Hacettepe University). 'The Early Trade Union Movement in Turkey: Politics, Ideology and Discourse'
ExTS Conference (27-29 May 2010)
Organisers Mark Herzog and Dr Shane Brennan, with the financial support of STRATIM (Ankara)
Metin Unver (Istanbul University). 'Building Roads for Mutual Interests in 19th Century Ottoman Mitylene: Some Remarks on Prolonged Co-Existence'
Prof. Deniz Kandioti (SOAS). 'Turkish Secularism. Myth or Reality?'
Dr David Shankland (Reader in Social Anthropology, University of Bristol). 'The Alevi-Bektashi problem revisited'.
Seminar on Turkish studies
Duygu Tekgül, PhD in Sociology, Exeter - The Introduction and Reception of Modern Turkish Literature in the United Kingdom
P¹nar Guran, PhD in Sociology, Exeter - Music and cultural Memory in Diaspora: the Kreuzberg Experience
Muhiddin Kabiri (Tajik parliamentarian), Rashid Abdullo (political scientist and former UN official), Parviz Mullojonov (Executive Director of the Public Committee for Democratic Processes) – chaired John Heathershaw (Exeter University), University of Exeter, Department of Politics, Amory Building, Room 106 , 12-1.30pm, Monday 12 October, 2009
Workshop on contemporary Turkey
Fieldwork in Turkish Politics: March 2009 elections in Ankara and Diyarbakir Presentations by Mark Herzog (Politics) and Salima Tasdemir (IAIS, Kurdish Studies).
ExTS lecture - 'Gamblers versus Chess players: the Black Sea region after the Georgian gambit'
Tunc Aybak (Middlesex University) - Gamblers versus Chess players: the Black Sea region after the Georgian gambit
Forthcoming EXCEPS seminar - Immigration and Education: Turkish Communities in the UK and Germany
Christine Difato (Exeter University) - Immigration and Education: Turkish Communities in the UK and Germany
Historian Dr Caroline Finkel (author of ‘Osman's Dream: The history of the Ottoman Empire') - The Near Death of Ottoman Studies and its Felicitous Revival
ExTS Inaugural Lecture
Prof. Stephen Mitchell (HuSS) and Lutgarde Vandeput (Britsh Institute at Ankara) - Settlement and Environment in Southern Turkey
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