CALL FOR PAPERS: BRISMES Annual Conference 2017
Movement and Migration in the Middle East: People and Ideas in Flux
IMES, University of Edinburgh | 5-7 July 2017
16 March 2017: Sixteenth Annual Hellenic Lecture, Management Lecture Theatre, Royal Holloway, University of London. Dr Alexis Alexandris, diplomat and historian, former Consul General of Greece in Istanbul and Representative of Greece to the UN, Geneva, will speak on “The Greek Communities in Turkey: Past, Present and Future”. Read more>>
We are pleased to announce the publication of the newest text in this series, Roman Roads and Milestones, 'An Album of Maps', by David French. Please be aware of the large file size (c. 380 MB), which is due to the number and high quality of the maps included in the publication. Download it here »
The Katip Çelebi-Newton Bilateral Cooperation Call is now open for researchers in Turkey registered on TÜBİTAK ARBİS (Researcher Information System). Call duration 17 August - 31 October 2016
Applications are sought for four postdoctoral researchers on the ERC funded ‘Impact of the Ancient City’ project led by the Principal Investigator Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill. See details at http://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/directory/vacancies
The British International Research Institutes (BIRI) are pleased to announce that henceforth, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships, Mid-Career Fellowships and Senior Research Fellowships may include time spent at a BIRI institution. Details of the grant schemes may be found at http://www.britac.ac.uk/funding-opportunities. Read more>>
The BIAA wishes to express our most heartfelt condolences for the tragic loss of our dear friend and colleague Dr.-Ing. Martin Bachmann, second director of the Germany Archaeological Institute in Istanbul. He will be sorely missed by all of us
The BIAA members and staff would like to express their wholehearted support for Turkish democracy and the Turkish people after the terrible experience and great danger they went through on the night of 15 July. Our deepest condolences go to the relatives of the victims of the violence and our sympathy to those recovering. We are confident that Turkish democracy will emerge all the stronger from these events.
The BIAA members and staff would like to express their condemnation of the revolting terrorist attack at the Istanbul Atatürk Airport yesterday 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.
The conference report of the inaugural event of the BIAA project Turkey and Britain 1914-1952: from Enemies to Allies is now available for download through this link. The conference was co-organised with USAK. For more information about the project visit the website https://fromenemiestoallies.com/