Call For Papers - Turkey at Critical Crossroads: Dynamic Trajectories for Society, Politics and Culture, Lisbon, 1-3 February

Orient Institute, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Pratt Institute, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Brooklyn, United States

1-3 February 2017, Lisbon

Venue: Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal

 

The Turkish Republic, as a state and society located in a highly volatile region of the world, is in a flux that is consequential for the global affairs. Capturing the dynamism of domestic and regional developments in and around Turkey calls for multi-layered and interdisciplinary debates. To serve this end, the Institute of Social and Political Sciences (University of Lisbon, Portugal) and the Pratt Institute, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences (Brooklyn, United States) are organising an international conference seeking to address the changes occurring in Turkey and future trajectories for the country.

 

This conference is the second in a series that began in 2014 with a very productive discussion on the Gezi Park protests that culminated in the publication of an edited volume (Isabel David and Kumru F. Toktamis (Eds.). 2015. ‘Everywhere Taksim’: Sowing the Seeds for a New Turkey at Gezi. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press).

 

Additional information at the document below.

 

 

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