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Organisation and Management

As an independent and interdisciplinary research institute, SUITS' activities span the Humanities, Law, and Social Sciences. Organizationally, the institute sorts under the Faculty of Humanities and is placed at the Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies.

A Global Perspective on Turkish affairs

The core mission of the Stockholm University Institute for Turkish Studies (SUITS) is to contribute to a broad and well informed understanding of Turkey and Turkish affairs in academia, civil society, government, and the private sector in Europe as well as the rest of the world.

News

  • New course in Middle Eastern Studies 2018-01-15 The Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies is offering a new course, entitled "Themes in Middle East Ethnography: Discourse, Politics, Culture" taught by Professor Jenny White.
  • Hans-Ingvar Roth at King's College London thumbnail Hans Ingvar Roth at King’s College London 2017-12-19 The lecture “Ethics Transcending Cultures: Chinese Contribution to the Drafting of UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights” on 15 November celebrated the upcoming release of Hans-Ingvar Roth’s book in English translation.
  • Geopolitical realignments, Photo: KMP UI and SUITS team up for a successful panel discussion 2017-11-23 A panel discussion on “Geopolitical Realignments: Turkey in an unstable region” was held on 22 November and co-hosted by SUITS and the Swedish Institute for International Affairs.

Contact SUITS

For general questions and information contact: suits@suits.su.se

Visiting address:
Kräftriket 4A
106 91 Stockholm

Postal address:
SUITS                                                                                                    Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies
Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm
Sweden

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