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Research seminars

Research seminars are aimed at scholars working in related academic fields. Members of the public may be able to participate if space allows. Please contact Professor Hans-Ingvar Roth, for inquiries about Research Seminars.

Past research seminars

Research Seminars, Fall 2018

  • Lorenzo D'Orsi (Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher, SUITS), "When silence talks. The moral landscape of leftist painful memories in Turkey"
  • Imren Borsuk Eroğlu (Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher, SUITS), "Displacement and Asset Transformation from Squatter Settlement into Mass Housing: The Case of Relocated Kadifekale Squatters"
  • Halil Karaveli (Turkey Center of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program Joint Center), "Why Turkey is Authoritarian From Atatürk to Erdogan"

Research Seminars, Spring 2018

  • Imren Borsuk Eroglu (Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher, SUITS), "Communal violence against Kurds in Turkey"
  • Paul Levin (Director, SUITS) & Åsa Eldén (Visiting Senior Researcher, SUITS), Ongoing Research
  • Marc Baer (London School of Economics), "Mistaken for Jews: Turkish PhD students in Nazi Germany"
  • Cengiz Candar

  • Ahmet Erdi Öztürk (University of Strasbourg), "The incorporation of unofficial Islam into official Islam in the 'new Turkey' and its multi-layered consequences"

  • Kenneth Long (University of Saint Joseph), Higher Seminar: "Transitional Justice in Turkey: Retribution or Restoration?"

Contact SUITS

For general questions and information contact:

Visiting address:
Kräftriket 4A
106 91 Stockholm

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

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