The New Book from Our Faculty Member Senem Aydın Düzgit
The AKP Since Gezi Park: Moving to Regime Change in Turkey
Alex Wong Participated the 8th Dali International Photography Exhibition
On behalf of Sabancı University, FASS/VAVCD faculty member, Dr. Yoong Wah Alex Wong showcased his solo series The Aesthetics of Climate Change - Vanishing White. He went on to curate a group show SPARKS by four VAVCD students, Onur Özen - Ida: The Story of A Mountain, Canan Erbil - Hysteria, Gülnaz Erol - Derun, and Deniz Ezgi Sürek - Dual Citizenship. Voluntary students from Sabancı University, Naz Kirelli, Yaprak Müldür and Ece Tarhan were selected based on their academic performance, to experience and to assist exhibitions setup.
Türkiye'de Cinsiyet Kültürleri: Dicle Koğacıoğlu Kitabı
Dicle Koğacıoğlu'nu anmak için SU Gender tarafından düzenlenecek kitap tanıtım etkinliği
The New Book from FASS Faculty Member Meltem Muftuler-Bac
Meltem Muftuler-Bac has published a co-edited book together with Kolja Raube and Jan Wouters from Leuven University on Parliamentary cooperation in the European Union.
Sakıp Sabancı International Research Awards 2020
In honor of the late Sakıp Sabancı, Honorary Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Sabancı University, the Sakıp Sabancı International Research Awards are given each year in the field of social sciences. This Year’s Theme is Economics and the Future of Turkey
2019-2020 Conference Travel Grants for FASS graduate students
Sabancı University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is pleased to announce that a limited number of Conference Travel Grants will be available for FASS graduate students for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Conference Participation of Merve Ateş Eren (POLS Ph.D. Student)
Merve Ateş Eren (Political Science Ph.D. student) participated in the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, held at the University of Wroclaw, Poland, between 4 and 7 September 2019. She presented her paper titled “Accountability and Rule of Law in Turkish Municipalities Under Justice and Development Party Rule.”
The New Book from Our Faculty Member Ayşe Gül Altınay
Women Mobilizing Memory, a transnational exploration of the intersection of feminism, history, and memory, shows how the recollection of violent histories can generate possibilities for progressive futures. Questioning the politics of memory-making in relation to experiences of vulnerability and violence, this wide-ranging collection asks: How can memories of violence and its afterlives be mobilized for change? What strategies can disrupt and counter public forgetting? What role do the arts play in addressing the erasure of past violence from current memory and in creating new visions for future generations?