Graduate Workshop 2019

Graduate Workshop 2019 took place on April 30, 2019 at Cultural Heritage Museum.

WORKSHOP PROGRAM

Opening

10.00: Memorial Speech (in memory of Yavuz Selim Karakışla)

Spatial Perception and Bureaucracy in Early Modern Istanbul (10.15 – 11.15)

Moderator: Çiğdem Kafescioğlu

10.15 - T. Ozan Yıldız, Narratives of Distant Past: of Spatial Genealogies

10.30 - Tuba Silahtar, A Study about Spatial Representations in Mir’âtü’l-Işk

10.45 - Hüseyin Göcen, Enjoying Authority, Forbidding Heresy: Some Remarks on Confessionalisation in the Early 18th Century Ottoman Empire

11.00 - Q & A / Commentary

11.15 - Coffee Break

Urban Values in a Transforming Society: Performance, Festivals and Crime in Late Ottoman Istanbul (11.30 – 12.30)

Moderator: Edhem Eldem

11.30 - Erkan Oruçoğlu, Boys in the Court: Questioning the Ottoman Legal Reforms in Cases of Child Abuse Between 1858-65

11.45 - Defne Özözer, The Show Must Not Go On: Reflections on Performing Arts, Coffeehouses and Censorship in Late Hamidian Istanbul (1890 - 1908)

12.00 - Naz Vardar, The Remembrance of the Greek-Orthodox Carnivals in Istanbul

12.15 - Q & A / Commentary

12.30 - Lunch Break

Delicacies of Modernity: Reflections of Global Politics at Home (13.30 – 14.30)

Moderator: Nicole Immig

13.30 - Emir Karakaya, Japan’s Quest for Sovereignty-Japanese Research on the Egyptian Mixed Courts and Japan’s Efforts for Legal Autonomy

13.45 - Evren Çakıl, The Perception of 1946 in the Turkish Newspapers

14.00 - Onur Ciddi, Shalwar and Lenin: Muslim Minority in the People's Republic of Bulgaria (1944-1989)

14.15 - Q & A / Commentary

14.30 - Coffee Break

Round Table Discussions (14.45 – 17.30)

Moderator: Ahmet Ersoy

Participants: Esra Nalbant, S. Kutay Şen, Tuba Silahtar, Defne Özözer, Erkan Oruçoğlu