An international workshop curated by Rengin Sazak on modernist buildings in the Turkish capital Ankara that aims to reassess them in their historical context and raise new questions about their changing significance
This summer, Barış Altan, doctoral fellow of Research Training Group 1913, was accepted as a short-term summer scholar by the most renowned research institution in the field of Byzantine studies, Dumbarton Oaks library, museum and garden.
International researchers are invited to contribute to a publication on conservation theory and urban realpolitik. We welcome South and West Asian cases discussing cultural heritage conservation procedures within urban socio-spatial and legal-administrative relationships. Editor Solmaz Yadollahi kindly asks potential authors to hand in their abstracts by 30 October 2022.
Researchers from all different scientific backgrounds are invited to contribute to a publication about mapping in cities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Zeido Zeido and Suna Çağaptay, the editors of the volume, kindly ask potential authors to hand in their proposals to both email addresses mentioned down below.
Online series of workshops in November/December 2021