We cordially invite you to join the second panel of ONLINE TALKS ON TURKEY series "Emergency Rule in Turkey: An Exceptional Measure or Everyday Strategy of Repression?" on Thursday, 10 September 2020 at 7:00 pm (GMT+2).
To join, please register via this link:
• Deniz Erkmen
Dr. T. Deniz Erkmen is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the International Relations Department at Özyeğin University, Istanbul. She got her BA degree in Political Science and International Relations from Boğaziçi University, Istanbul and her PhD in Political Science from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her teaching and research fields lie in comparative politics and political sociology, involving transnationalism, new middle classes, and authoritarian consolidation. She has ongoing research projects on neoliberal subjectivities among new middle classes in Istanbul as well as protests repression in contemporary Turkey.
• Mert Arslanalp
Dr. Mert Arslanalp is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Boğaziçi University. Before joining Boğaziçi, he received his PhD in Political Science from Northwestern University and worked as a Visiting Professor at Özyeğin University. His research interests include comparative urban politics, contentious politics, and democratization with a regional focus on Latin America and the Middle East. He has conducted research in Turkey, Argentina, and Mexico and has ongoing research projects on the politics of urban citizenship in Istanbul and Buenos Aires as well as protest repression in contemporary Turkey.
• Ertuğ Tombuş
Ertuğ Tombuş is a research fellow at the Department of Social Sciences, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the academic coordinator of Blickwechsel: Contemporary Turkey Studies Program. His primary research and teaching areas are political theory, theories of
constitution-making, comparative constitutionalism, populism, secularism, political sociology and Turkish politics.
The ONLINE TALKS ON TURKEY are co-organised by Network Turkey, Blickwechsel: Contemporary Turkey Studies and CEST.