TAM ROUNDTABLE MEETINGS
İmre Özbek Eren
Saturday, September 16, 2017 3:00 PM Salon: ARAŞTIRMA II SALONU
This is a talk series conducted with authors who have recently published a book in the area of Turkish studies. It aims to both have a conversation with authors who have a new idea to share with the academic community, and critically review their work. On September 16th 2017, Center for Turkish Studies will host İmre Özbek Eren* under the diskussions a book / an author. Eren will deliver a speech about “The Hometown”** based on her a book.***
*Assoc. Prof. Dr., MSGSU.
** İstanbul: Tuti Kitap, Ağustos 2017.
*** The speech will be conducted in Turkish.
- From Global Security To Global Domination
- The Idea and Practice of Justice in the Ottoman Empire
- The Effects of Using Security Frames on Global Agenda Setting and Policy Making
- Between Hope and Anxiety: The Turkish Family in America Parent-Adolescent Child Relationships
- Urban and Neigborhood in Trebizond of Ottoman
An important interview with Immanuel Wallerstein about Turkey on the way of European Union...MORE INFO MORE INFO
A valuable interview about Turkish art history, with Semavi Eyice who is an important historian...MORE INFO MORE INFO
The article of Mehmet Genç about 19th century Ottoman economic thought, published in Dîvan.MORE INFO MORE INFO
An important assessment of Asia by economic historian and sociologist Andre Gunder Frank, who was our guest in 2004...MORE INFO MORE INFO
Şakir Kocabaş hocamızın Dîvân'ın ilk sayısında yer alan, İslam ve Bilim başlıklı makale...MORE INFO MORE INFO
Kıymetli hocamız Orhan Okay ile Türk Edebiyatı üzerine yaptığımız özel söyleşi...MORE INFO MORE INFO
By the architect Turgut Cansever, for the preservation of our architectural cultural heritage...MORE INFO MORE INFO
Bulletin 96-97 released!FOR DETAILS
Divan 44 released!FOR DETAILS
Türkiye'de İslami İlimler: Fıkıh (Cumhuriyet Dönemi I-II) sayıları yayınlandı.FOR DETAILS
67th issue of Hayal Perdesi is out!FOR DETAILS
32th issue of "BSV Notlar" (Notes) is published by TAM, Center for Turkish Studies, with the title of "Anatolian Chronicles".FOR DETAILS