LSE Contemporary Turkish Studies Public Lecture, Dimensions of the Turkish Crisis, 17 May 2016
We would liek to inform you about the public lecture organized by LSE Contemporary Turkish Studies, in which Professor Caglar Keyder (LSE Centennial Professor, and Professor of Sociology at the State University of New York in Binghamton and at Koc University in Istanbul) will give a talk entitled “Dimensions of the Turkish Crisis.” Associate Professor Esra Ozyurek, Associate Professor and the Chair of Contemporary Turkish Studies at the European Institute, LSE, will chair this event.
Please find below the details of the event:
Title: “Dimensions of the Turkish Crisis”
Date: Tuesday, 17 May 2016
Venue: Room NAB.LG.01, Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building (NAB), LSE
Caglar Keyder is LSE Centennial Professor, and Professor of Sociology at the State University of New York in Binghamton and at Koc University in İstanbul. He retired from Bogazici University in 2014. His work has focused on the historical sociology of Ottoman Empire/Turkey, on agrarian transformations, and on urban studies. His books include Studies in Social History (1982), State and Class in Turkey (1987), Istanbul: Between the Global and the Local (1999), From the Ottoman Empire to the European Union (2003), and The End of Agriculture as We Knew It (2013). He was a founding editor of the journal New Perspectives on Turkey, and has served on several editorial boards, including the International Journal of Middle East Studies and Contemporary Sociology. He is a member of the Science Academy in Turkey.
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