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11th Annual Turkish Studies Symposium: "Turkey in the aftermath of the failed coup attempt"

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Organized by Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program, Russian East European and Eurasian Center, and European Union Center; Co-sponsored by Center for Global Studies, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, and Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Levis Faculty Center, 4th Floor, 919 W Illinois St.
Apr 4, 2017   1:30  
Kim Rice
Originating Calendar
European Union Center Events

Please join us for the 11th Annual Turkish Studies Symposium on April 4 at Levis Center. This year's topic concerns the aftermath in Turkey of the 2016 failed coup.  

Presenters for this event include:

  • Mustafa Akyol; Turkish journalist and author; columnist for Al-Monitor; monthly contributing opinion writer for The New York Times; Senior Fellow at Freedom Project at Wellesley College
  • Karol Kujawa; Assistant Profesor of Political Science and Public Administration, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey; Kosciuszko Senior Scholar, University of Illinois
  • Riada Asimovic Akyol; PhD candidate at Galatasaray University in Istanbul; contributing writer for Al-Monitor
  • Denise Elif Gill; Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, Washington University in St. Louis

Coleen Murphy (Director, Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program; Professor of Law and Philosophy, University of Illinois) will serve as moderator for the event.  

Reception to follow the event.  

For more infomration, please visit the symposium webpage

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