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Fortuities of an online search and the complexities of Ottoman feminism

4 December 2020 | Author: Gülşah Torunoğlu

In a less than a week Hülya Adak, Richard Wittmann and I will be holding a virtual workshop on „Mapping Gender in the Near East: What’s New and What’s Ahead in Ottoman and Turkish Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.“ Like many fortunate forms of academic cooperation, the enthusiasm and commitment of several key scholars has resulted in a broader collaborative, international and interdisciplinary academic event, bringing together more than 30 scholars from nine countries, including Turkey, Germany, the United States, the Czech Republic, France, the United Kingdom, Lebanon, Greece, and the Netherlands to exchange their views on gender in the Near East.

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„Sonic Rituals“ trotz Pandemie – Einblicke, Eindrücke, Fragen

18. September 2020 | Autorin: Margret Scharrer

Als unser Team (bestehend aus Judith I. Haug, Istanbul, Tül Demirbaş und Margret Scharrer, beide Bern) sich den ersten Vorbereitungen für den Workshop „Sonic Rituals: Ottoman, Habsburg & Burgundian Festivities (15th – 17th Centuries) From an Intermedial Perspective“ widmete, war von Corona noch keine Rede.

By |2020-09-18T15:59:23+03:00September 18th, 2020|Workshop|Kommentare deaktiviert für „Sonic Rituals“ trotz Pandemie – Einblicke, Eindrücke, Fragen

Iterations of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Themes and Problem Spaces in Turkey, Iran and Germany

31 JULY 2020 | Authors: Katja Rieck, Melike Şahinol, Burak Taşdizen

The spread of SARS-CoV-2 took place along the arteries and capillaries of globalisation. Hardest hit were thus major nodal points of such global flows, centres of commerce, travel and tourism like New York, Paris, London, but also Istanbul.

By |2020-08-03T13:34:32+03:00Juli 31st, 2020|Workshop|Kommentare deaktiviert für Iterations of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Themes and Problem Spaces in Turkey, Iran and Germany