Turkish Studies Symposium
The Turkish Studies Symposium is an annual CSAMES symposium.
2009: Fifth Annual Turkish Studies Symposium
Turkish Diasporas, Turkish Communities
Schedule of Events
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Lucy Ellis Lounge, Foreign Languages Building
Hadi Salehi Esfahani, Director of CSAMES
Kemal Karpat, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Turkish Migration to the US"
Kristen Ghodsee, Bowdoin College
"Becoming Arab: Muslim Minorities, Religious Identities, and Ethnic Turkish Political Hegemony in
Jeffrey Jurgens, Bard College
"‘The Police Came from Leipzig, You Know’: Gendered Violence, Racialized Space, and Turkish Immigrant
Soccer in Berlin"
Aydin Cecen, Central Michigan University
"From Globalization to Islamization: On the Political Economy of Privatization, Current Account Deficits,
and Hot Money in Turkey"
A Deniz Balgamis, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Turkish Migration Studies in the US: Its History and Future"
Mahir Saul, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Bread Company, 706 S Goodwin Ave., Urbana
|7:45pm-9:30pm||Screening of Im Juli, a film by Fatih Akin
Location: Lucy Ellis Lounge, Foreign Languages Building
Introduction by Jeffrey Jurgens
The Turkish Studies Symposium is organized and hosted by the Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Center; European Union Center; and Center for Global Studies.
Past Turkish Studies Symposia
- 2008: "Islam, Secularism, and Democracy in Turkey Today" -- view symposium flyer and program
- 2007: "Turkey and Europe: Cultural Dimensions" -- view symposium flyer, film screening flyer, and program
- 2006: "Turkey and Europe" -- view symposium flyer
- 2005: "Media and Society in the Late Ottoman Empire and Early Republican Turkey" -- view symposium flyer