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New Project on Protection of Cultural Heritage

We are happy to announce that the BIAA is the leading institution of the project Safeguarding Archaeological Assets of Turkey (SARAT) which has been awarded £923,660 by the Culture Protection Fund. For more information visit the project page here >>

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Condolences message

It is with great sadness that the British Institute at Ankara reports news of the death of David French, its director from 1968 to 1994. 

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The BIAA at the Istanbul Heritage Expo.

The institute will have a stand at Istanbul Heritage Expo for the entire event. We will be happy to meet there.

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16 March 2017: Sixteenth Annual Hellenic Lecture

16 March 2017: Sixteenth Annual Hellenic Lecture, Management Lecture Theatre, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX

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Call for Applications: Post-Doctoral Researcher (Social Anthropology)

The British Institute at Ankara is searching to appoint a Post-Doc researcher with a degree in social/cultural anthropology or a related field and with demonstrable experience in conducting ethnographic fieldwork, to join the on-going cultural heritage management project on Southwest Turkey. See more>>

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BIAA message regarding the bomb attacks in Istanbul

The BIAA members and staff would like to express their condemnation of the revolting terrorist attack outisde Besiktas stadium on Saturday and the deep sorrow felt. Our deepest condolences go to those who have lost loved ones and our sympathy to the wounded and their families.

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Call for Papers: Turkey and Britain in the 1920s & 30s

Second workshop of the Britisih Institute at Ankara research project From Enemies to Allies: Turkey and Britain, 1914-1952 (Churchill College, Cambridge, 31 March – 1 April 2017). Confirmed speakers: Sir Michael Llewellyn-Smith, Professor Richard Toye. Deadline for abstracts 7 January 2017. see more:

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New Publication by David French

We are pleased to announce the publication of the newest text in this series, Roman Roads and Milestones, 'Notes on the Itineraria’, by David French. Download it here »

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BIAA Chairman transition

The BIAA extends an earnest and wholehearted Thank You to Sir David Logan for serving as the institute Chairman, offering his support, guidance and vision throughout the previous 11 years! We warmly welcome Professor Stephen Mitchell, FBA as the new incoming Chairman and look forward to a dynamic and productive future.

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BIAA suggests: Call for VEKAM research awards

With a view to awarding noteworthy work in the field, VEKAM has issued a call for scientific research to investigate and analyze urban development, social, institutional and economic history as well as the culture and cultural heritage of Ankara and its surroundings.

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