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Anthropology of Turkey

This group has been initiated as a communication network for social scientists studying on “Turkey” which should be understood in the broader sense of the concept.

Location: An imagined land called Academia
Members: 84
Latest Activity: Jan 7, 2013

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CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS: Edited book on “FIELDWORK EXPERIENCES IN TURKEY"

CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS: Edited book on “FIELDWORK EXPERIENCES”Editors: Z. Nilüfer Nahya, Rabia Harmanşah This book aims to provide an inside view of the problems, ambiguities, dilemmas and loneliness…Continue

Started by Z. Nilüfer Nahya Mar 7, 2012.

Workshop anouncement "Ordering the Social - Producing Change. New Ethnographies of Turkey in Transformation"

Dear All,I would likewould like to draw your attention to the upcoming conference "Ordering the Social - Producing Change. New Ethnographies of Turkey in Transformation", at Boğaziçi University,…Continue

Tags: knowledge, STS, Ethnography, Turkey

Started by Michi Knecht May 24, 2011.

religion and ritual in turkey 4 Replies

Hello. I am wondering if anyone knows of any good anthropologists of religion in Turkey? I am specifically looking to connect with someone specialising in popular religion and ritual. Thanks for any…Continue

Started by Logan Sparks. Last reply by Logan Sparks Feb 1, 2011.

Georgian communities in Turkey 3 Replies

This is a request rather than a proposal for discussion: I've been working in Georgia for some years and am considering setting up a second fieldsite in Turkey in relation to a Georgian community…Continue

Started by Martin Demant Frederiksen. Last reply by Nino Amiridze Mar 24, 2010.

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Comment by Larry Stout on December 10, 2012 at 7:26pm

Greetings!  I was lucky enough to spend a couple of weeks as a tourist in western Turkey last year -- a wonderful experience in every respect!  I have read a lot about Turkey, especially its history and prehistory, and hope to return to see more firsthand!

Comment by Marina on December 8, 2012 at 1:37am

is it possible to find Halk Kültürü Arastırmaları Kurum's contact information (hkak.org is not working). actually I need materials from Turko-Polish International Relations Symposeum that was held 17-18 June 2010. may you advice any way to find those articles?

Comment by Logan Sparks on April 2, 2012 at 1:38pm

hi - for anyone who is interested in Bektashism and issues around ritual space in Turkey and the Balkans, I have made a blog post and am working in this area at the moment, so please feel free to drop me a line. thanks!

Comment by Crescenzo Pinto on October 30, 2009 at 4:17pm
It would be great! Thanx!

P.S.: any suggestion about studing turkish language? (Just to start...)
Comment by Besim Can on October 29, 2009 at 12:04pm
Considering Crescenzo's expectation from this group,

I think we may think about an interactive FAQ document for freshies for Turkish Studies, especially who are planning to conduct research in Turkey.
Comment by Crescenzo Pinto on October 17, 2009 at 3:47pm
Merhaba!
I'm an italian student of anthropology interested in gender studies and urban anthropology, but I just started to study turkish society.
Then... Thank you for this group. I'm sure it will be an excellent help for me.
Comment by Luca Guiduzzi on October 1, 2009 at 10:53am
Regards at all Turkey scholars,
I'm currently in Karabakh region in which the public perception of negotiation treatments about normalizing relations and opening boundaries between Armenia and Turkey is truly particular...
Wish you a good work,
L
 

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