Universität Hamburg, Asien-Afrika-Institut
This workshop brings together graduate students (PhD students, MA students, and BA students in the process of graduation) who are based in German-speaking countries and are involved in research on contemporary Turkey and its diasporas.
Note: In line with the urgent measures taken by the Berlin Senate and Berlin Universities as a response to the further spread of COVID-19 we have to cancel all our events until at least July 20th, 2020.
Due to this decision, we will postpone the Türkeiforschung workshop until fall. We will inform about the new schedule as soon as possible.
This workshop brings together graduate students (PhD students, MA students, and BA students in the process of graduation) who are based in German-speaking countries and are involved in research on contemporary Turkey and its diasporas. The objective of the workshop is to encourage interdisciplinary exchange and debate among these young scholars and to help further establish Turkey-related research in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The workshop is the sixth event of the 'Türkeiforschung in Deutschland' series, established in 2010 and co-organised by Network Turkey, TürkeiEuropaZentrum (TEZ) at Universität Hamburg, and the Blickwechsel Contemporary Turkey Studies program at Humboldt-Universität Berlin.
The workshop takes place at Hamburg University and is funded by Stiftung Mercator. The main working language of the workshop is English. Presentations can be given in either English or German (with one exception, see below). However, the application needs to be in English. Selected workshop contributions will be published in the series 'Junge Perspektiven der Türkeiforschung im deutschsprachigen Raum' (VS Springer).
For the full Call for Applications please click here.
Closed Workshop June 19-20, 2020
Please submit your application for the workshop and the publication by Sunday, 6 April 2020 at 23:30 CET. Participants will be notified of admission by 20 April 2020.
The deadline for the submission of articles is the end of November 2020. Final approval for the publication can only be confirmed after the full text has been submitted.
There is the possibility of follow-up panels at Turkologentag 2020 in Mainz (16 - 18 September 2020) where participants will be able to meet again and present their revised and expanded papers.
In general, participants are expected to arrange their travel to and accommodation in Hamburg by themselves. In specific cases, partial reimbursement of travel expenses is possible.
Please send the following as one pdf file:
Requirements for the publication:
Please send your questions and your application to Tabea Becker-Bertau (email@example.com).