Tag: Istanbul

Spielball der Geopolitik. Frauenrechte in der Türkei

Elife Biçer-Deveci , December 15th, 2021


Der Austritt der Türkei aus der Istanbul-Konvention wurde international kritisiert und rief bei türkischen Frauenorganisationen Entsetzen hervor. Die türkische Regierung besiegelt damit das Ende ihrer…


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Nostalgie als Machtinstrument. Die osmanische Eroberung Konstantinopels im türkischen Fernsehen

Aydın Süer , June 24th, 2020


Geschichte wird häufig von Politik vereinnahmt. In der Türkei dient die Erinnerung an die Osmanen der Selbstdeutung, Identitätsstiftung und ganz gegenwärtigen parteipolitischen Interessen. Umso wichti…


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Relationship-Making, Scaffolding, and a Pandemic in Istanbul

Nazli Ozkan , June 11th, 2020


This piece was going to be mainly about relation-making as a method that facilitated my fieldwork, which in turn formed the backbone of my article, “Behind the Scaffolding.”…


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Jabs up to date? – better be, legacies of global beneficence and payback owed by anti-vaxxers.

john hutnyk , June 10th, 2018


This from Amiya Kumar Bagchi (2005: 86): ‘Inoculation against smallpox, a major killer in Europe up to the middle of the nineteenth century, was a practice imported from…


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Turkey.

john hutnyk , November 24th, 2017


Gah. Still. No. Change. >Subject: Call for solidarity for the academics for peace on trial Dear colleagues, Our colleagues in Turkey are facing incredible repression under a populist…


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Sounding Home

Elyse Bailey , April 27th, 2016


Syrian Musicians in Istanbul How might music produce of a sense of home for displaced Syrians in Turkey? What is the role of displaced Syrians in the preservation…


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