Oxford’da ‘Çağdaş Türkiye Konferansı’

Oxford’da ‘Çağdaş Türkiye Konferansı’

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PAYLAŞ

Oxford Üniversitesi St Antony College’de düzenlenecek konferansa aktılmak isteyenler Üniversite’nin ‘European Studies Centre’den Carol Davies’e başvurmaları gerekiyor.

 

PROGRAM DOLU

22 Eylül Çarşamba günü başlayacak programda açılış konuşmasını saat 14’te Sir Marrack Goulding yapacak. Aynı gün saat 17’de de London Middle East Institute’den Dr. Andrew Mango, ‘Atatürk ve Kemalizm’ başlıklı bir sunum yapacak.

 

Konferansın programı şöyle:

 

The Programme on Contemporary Turkey’s Major Conference

 

Turkey‘s Engagement with Modernity: The Twentieth Century

22-25 September 2004

 

Wednesday 22 September

 

2 – 4pm           Registration – Buttery

 

Welcome Session:  Sir Marrack Goulding, Warden, St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

5pm                 Keynote Speech:  Dr Andrew Mango (London Middle East Institute)  

Ataturk and Kemalism through the 20th Century

 

Thursday 23 September

 

9am                 Session 1.  Security of State and Society 

Chair:   Professor Neil MacFarlane, St Anne’s College, Oxford

 

Dr Ian Lesser (Pacific Council): The Evolution of Turkish National Security Strategy

Professor Feroz Ahmad (Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies):   The Military and Politics 

Professor Halis Akder (METU):  Public Health Issues

 

11.15am          Session 2.  Nations & Nationalism

                        Chair:  Dr Renee Hirschon, St Peter’s College, Oxford

 

Professor Erik-Jan Zürcher (University of Leiden):  Islam in the Service of the State

Professor Halil Berktay (Sabancı University): Non-Turkish experiences   

Professor Murat Belge (Bilgi University):  Cultural Aspects of Nationalism 

 

2.15pm            Session 3. Education

                        Chair:  Professor Geoffrey Lewis, St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

Professor İlter Turan (Bilgi University): The Evolution of University Governance in Turkey

Dr Ben Fortna (SOAS): The Ottoman Educational Legacy 

Dr Gün Kut (Boğaziçi University):  Elite and Mass Schools

 

4.30pm            Session 4.  Cities & Urbanisation

                        Chair:  Dr Eugene Rogan, St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

Dr Leyla Neyzi (Sabancı University): Oral History of Istanbul

Dr Sibel Bozdoğan (MIT):  “National”, “International” and “Post” Modern:    Culture and Politics of Architecture in Republican Turkey 

Dr Jenny White (Boston University): Rural Turkey in the Cities

 

Friday 24 September

 

9am                 Keynote Speech:  Professor Şevket Pamuk (Boğaziçi University)

100 Years of Turkish Economic History

 

11.15am          Session 5.  Islam

            Chair:  Mr Ronald Nettler, Mansfield College, Oxford

 

Professor Şerif Mardin (Sabancı University): State and society:  Permanent values in Turkish history  

Professor Elisabeth Özdalga (METU):  Transformation of Sufi-based communities in modern Turkey: The Nakşibendis, the Nurcus, and the Gülen community

                        Dr David Shankland (University of Bristol):  Islam and the Kemalist State

 

2.15pm            Session 6.  Gender

                        Chair:   To be confirmed

 

Professor Yeşim Arat (Boğaziçi University):  Nation Building and Feminism in early Republican Turkey  

Professor Zehra Arat (Purchase College, SUNY):  Opportunities, Freedoms and Restrictions:  Women and Employment in Turkey

Professor Aynur İlyasoğlu (Marmara University):  From Empowerment to Invisibility:  The Rise and Demise of Islamist Women’s Movements in Turkey 

 

4.15pm            Turkish Films

 

Saturday 25 September

 

9am                 Session 7.  Public Policy and Economics

                        Chair:  Professor Michael Kaser, St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

Professor Ersin Kalaycıoğlu (Sabancı University): The Turkish Grand National Assembly:  New Challenges and Old Problems

Mr Soli Özel (Bilgi University): Interest groups and policymaking 

                        Professor Sencer Ayata (METU):  Poverty in Republican Turkey       

 

11.15am          Session 8.  International Relations

                        Chair:  Dr Philip Robins, St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

Professor İlber Ortaylı  (Bilkent University): Locating Turkey

Dr Nuri Yurdusev (METU): Turkey’s Engagement with Europe:  Confrontation, Management and Cooperation  

Professor Henri Barkey (Lehigh University): Turkey and the Great Powers 

 

2.15pm            Session 9.  Mass Media & Popular Culture

                        Chair:  Dr Walter Armbrust, St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

Dr Şahin Alpay (Bahçeşehir University):  Media and Democracy in Turkey  

Professor Ayşe Öncü (Sabancı University):  Television and the Changing Configurations of Public Culture in Contemporary Turkey

Dr Arus Yumul (Bilgi University):  Fashion and Lifestyle(s) in Turkey

 

4.30pm            Session 10.  Literature & the Arts

                        Chair:  Dr Celia Kerslake, St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

Professor Nüket Esen (Boğaziçi University):  The Turkish Novel 

Mr Orhan Koçak (editor of Virgul and Toplum ve Bilim) :  Cultural Politics 

Mr Vecdi Sayar (Bilgi University):  Turkish Modernization and Artistic Institutions

 

 

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