Humboldt Graduate School, Luisenstraße 56, 10117 Berlin
This first meeting of all the members of the Blickwechsel Programme provided the opportunity to get to know each other, the content of the five research projects, and the context of the Blickwechsel framework programme. We discussed the aims of the programme and set an outline for their strategic realization.
Centre for Turkey and EU Studies (CETEUS), Cologne
TRIANGLE was officially launched at CETEUS, University Cologne with three events on June 7-8, 2017 : an Internal Project Meeting, a Roundtable with discussions on "Blickwechsel in EU/German-Turkish Relations" and an International Workshop on "Narratives and Perceptions on EU-Turkey Relations".
Centre for Near and Middle Eastern Studies, Marburg, Germany
International Academic Workshop in Marburg on "The Politics of Culture in Contemporary Turkey". The purpose of this workshop will be to investigate contemporary (counter)hegemonic discourses on culture in Turkish society.
Until the 15th of November, papers can be handed in - you can find the Call for Papers here.
The objective of the public forum is to bring together academics and civil society groups interested in issues around fostering diversity and pluralism and opening up communities to newcomers. You find the program here.
Humboldt University of Berlin, Senate Hall in the Main Building, Unter den Linden 6, 10117 Berlin
The Panel Discussion has been realised as a joint event of the programme Blickwechsel: Contemporary Turkey Studies at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, the German-Turkish Youth Bridge and the Istanbul Policy Center.
Festsaal, Humboldt Graduate School, Luisenstr. 56, 10115 Berlin
Public Lecture within the framework of the Blickwechsel Final Conference "Rights and Equality in Contemporary Turkey" and the Public Lecture Series "Mobility, Activism and Politics" by Einstein Fellows Research Group at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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.