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Keyman Modern Turkish Studies Program

Promoting dialogue and scholarship to provide an interdisciplinary understanding of contemporary Turkey.

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Politics of Stigmatization and Human Insecurities in Hybrid Regimes: Actors, Mechanisms, and Responses

The Keyman Modern Turkish Studies at Northwestern University and the Centre for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign invites applications to the workshop "Politics of Stigmatization and Human Insecurities in Hybrid Regimes: Actors, Mechanisms, and Responses."
Applications are open now until January 5, 2024

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Keyman Modern Turkish Studies 2024-2026 Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Keyman Modern Turkish Studies Program at the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs at Northwestern University invites applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in the study of Turkey and its diasporas in a global or a comparative perspective. We welcome and encourage applications from early career scholars whose work focuses on nondominant and underrepresented groups including religious, ethnic, and LBGTQ minorities and otherwise marginalized groups. Scholars in all branches of the Social Sciences and Humanities may apply. Applications are open until January 29, 2024.


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Understanding contemporary Turkey in connection with global social processes, problems and conflicts.

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Book Talk w/ Elise Massicard “Street-Level Governing”

Watch the Keyman Modern Turkish Studies Program's most recent event recording, Book Talk: Street-Level Governing, with author of Street-Level Governing: Negotiating the State in Urban Turkey, Dr. Elise Massicard, SciencesPo Paris, CERI and commentator Dr. Bilge Yabanci, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellow Northwestern University & Ca' Foscari University of Venice.

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The Turkish studies and language community at Northwestern is interdisciplinary, extending from the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs to the Block Museum of Art.

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