March 2, 2013 @ 11:30am
CGIS South Building, Belfer Caste Study Room 020
Presented by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, The Political Anthropology Working Group, and Jadaliyya
Open to the public
A discussion of the Gezi Park protests, which erupted in Istanbul in late May 2013, and their aftermath. This event coincides with the launch of the JadMag volume, “Resistance Everywhere”: The Gezi Protests and Dissident Visions of Turkey, published by Jadaliyya and Tadween Publishing—a collection of essays intended as a pedagogical resource for those teaching and studying recent events in Turkey.
The Politics of Knowledge Production Today: Pedagogy, Policy, and Real Time, Bassam Haddad, Director of Middle Eastern Studies Program and Associate Professor of Public and International Affairs, George Mason University & Jadaliyya Co-Founder and Co-Editor
Constructing Politics: Infrastructure and Public Space in Istanbul, Elizabeth Angell, PhD Candidate in Anthropology, Columbia University & Contributor to the JadMag Volume
Heterogeneous Rootedness: Gezi as a Global Event in Contemporary Turkish Literature, Ceyhun Arslan, PhD Candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University
Engendering Biographies & Bibliographies: Women's Movement, Critical Media Practice, and Gezi, Cihan Tekay, PhD Candidate in Cultural Anthropology, The CUNY-Graduate Center & Jadaliyya Turkey Page Co-Editor
Formations of the Areligious: Secularism, Islamism and Alignments of Dissent after Gezi, Emrah Yildiz, Joint PhD Candidate in Social Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University & JadaliyyaTurkey Page and JadMag Volume Co-Editor
Moderator: Cemal Kafadar, Vehbi Koç Professor of Turkish Studies, Department of History, Harvard University
A reception in the CGIS South concourse followed the panel.
Special thanks to artist Taha Alkan for permission to use "Lady in Red Dress" (2013).
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