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Istanbul Criteria: The Construction of a City’s Identity

Istanbul Criteria: The Construction of a City’s Identity Mar 14, 2011 16:00 Assistant Prof Nagihan Haliloglu Istanbul Criteria: The Construction of a City’s Identity This paper is a study of how two contemporary Turkish novelists respond and contribute to the ways in which Istanbul is being re-inscribed into Turkish culture. When looking at their [...]

Istanbul Criteria: The Construction of a City’s Identity2021-03-02T17:54:46+00:00

Panel Discussion: Social and Educational Integration of the Turkish Speaking Community in Britain

Panel Discussion: Social and Educational Integration of the Turkish Speaking Community in Britain Mar 09, 2011 13:00 Alev Yaman, Dr K Onur Unutulmaz Panel Discussion: Social and Educational Integration of the Turkish Speaking Community in Britain London Centre for Social Studies in collaboration with Cambridge Turkish Society hosted this panel discussion to highlight the [...]

Panel Discussion: Social and Educational Integration of the Turkish Speaking Community in Britain2021-03-02T17:55:18+00:00

Where are we now? Three generations of thinking about the role of research in policy and practice

Where are we now? Three generations of thinking about the role of research in policy and practice Mar 08, 2011 15:00 Dr Annette Boaz Where are we now? Three generations of thinking about the role of research in policy and practice The talk has explored the role of research in policy and practice. It [...]

Where are we now? Three generations of thinking about the role of research in policy and practice2021-03-02T17:55:34+00:00

Complexity: Theory & Practice

Complexity: Theory & Practice Feb 15, 2011 16:00 Prof Eve Mitleton-Kelly Complexity: Theory & Practice Complex social problems appear intractable because they are often approached in a linear and simplistic way. Although such problems are multi-dimensional, the favoured approach and solution, in most organisations, is frequently mono-dimensional focusing on one aspect of the problem such as [...]

Complexity: Theory & Practice2021-03-02T17:55:49+00:00

Activism in the European Court of Justice and Changing Options for Turkish Citizen Migrants in the United Kingdom

Activism in the European Court of Justice and Changing Options for Turkish Citizen Migrants in the United Kingdom Feb 08, 2011 15:00 Dr Prakash Shah Activism in the European Court of Justice and Changing Options for Turkish Citizen Migrants in the United Kingdom Since the early days of their recruitment as workers into Western [...]

Activism in the European Court of Justice and Changing Options for Turkish Citizen Migrants in the United Kingdom2021-03-02T17:56:08+00:00

Turkey’s European Union Accession Negotiations: Success or Failure?

Turkey's European Union Accession Negotiations: Success or Failure? Jun 09, 2009 17:00 Adam Hug, Dr Mehmet Ugur Turkey's European Union Accession Negotiations: Success or Failure? This panel session has been hold to discuss the influence of the European Union (EU) accession process on Turkish politics and society. Speakers argued that, during its accession process, [...]

Turkey’s European Union Accession Negotiations: Success or Failure?2021-03-02T17:56:30+00:00

Tectonic Shifts and Systemic Faultlines: Assessing the 2008-2009 World Economic Crisis

Tectonic Shifts and Systemic Faultlines: Assessing the 2008-2009 World Economic Crisis Apr 29, 2009 19:00 Professor Bulent Gokay Tectonic Shifts and Systemic Faultlines: Assessing the 2008-2009 World Economic Crisis The current financial crisis and economic downturn have not come out of blue.  They are the outcome of deep-seated contradictions within the structure of global [...]

Tectonic Shifts and Systemic Faultlines: Assessing the 2008-2009 World Economic Crisis2021-03-02T18:01:22+00:00

The President of the Council of Higher Education in Turkey

The President of the Council of Higher Education in Turkey Apr 27, 2009 17:30 Prof Yusuf Ziya Özcan The President of the Council of Higher Education in Turkey The President of the Council of Higher Education in Turkey, Prof. Yusuf Ziya Özcan, has given a talk to more than a hundred students and acedemicians [...]

The President of the Council of Higher Education in Turkey2021-03-02T17:57:21+00:00

Assessing the Impacts of the Recent Credit Crunch on Emerging Economies

Assessing the Impacts of the Recent Credit Crunch on Emerging Economies Mar 04, 2009 18:00 Prof Vildan Serin Assessing the Impacts of the Recent Credit Crunch on Emerging Economies The seminar has been held on the current global economic crisis, specifically its implications on world economies. Prof Serin talked about the third wave of [...]

Assessing the Impacts of the Recent Credit Crunch on Emerging Economies2021-03-02T18:00:51+00:00

The Role of Identity in Greek-Turkish Relations since 1974

The Role of Identity in Greek-Turkish Relations since 1974 Dec 10, 2008 16:00 Enver Gulseven The Role of Identity in Greek-Turkish Relations since 1974 Since the 1950’s, relations between Greece and Turkey have been problematic. Cyprus, which is seen by both nations as a national cause, still constitutes the biggest problem between the two [...]

The Role of Identity in Greek-Turkish Relations since 19742021-03-02T18:00:43+00:00
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