The FCO has updated the travel advice on Turkey on April 4. You can find the summary and detailed sections here
The BIAA would like express the deep sorrow felt by all its members and staff regarding the appalling 13 March bomb attack in Ankara. We send our deepest condolences to those who lost relatives and friends and our sympathy to the wounded and their families.
Date: 10th March at 14.30 | Venue: Koç University, ENGBO5, Istanbul
A Lecture by D. Baird on BIAA’s Boncuklu project
CESRAN International and Kadir Has University invite panel and paper proposals, relating to all aspects of humanities and social sciences on wider Eurasia, for the 3rd Annual Conference on Eurasian Politics & Society 2-3 June 2016 in İstanbul, Turkey.
Call for Papers Deadline: April 1st
The event is supported by the BIAA
For details visit: http://eurasianpoliticsandsociety.org/call-for-papers
Please click on the following link for more information, application forms and procedures to apply
See all BIAA upcoming events at: http://biaa.ac.uk/events
Living in Luxury/ Terrace House 2 in Ephesos. A BIAA lecture by Dr. Sabine Ladstätter
Alternative Universalisms? Contemporary Turkish discourses on culture in International Relations. A BIAA-TAA lecture by Dr. K. Dalacoura
Workshop: From Enemies to Allies | Turkey and Britain during WWI.
Workshop: Uses and Consequences of Social Media in Turkey.
Dr. Daniel-Joseph MacArthur-Seal, BIAA fellow of the project ‘From Enemies to Allies’ will be offering a Master’s module at the History Department of Middle East Technical University during the next term titled: “Ottoman Urban History Cities Of The Eastern Mediterranean Since C. 1850”
Dr Katerina Dalacoura, Associate Professor in International Relations at LSE and member of the Council of Management of the BIAA member will present her British Academy Fellowship research, which was also supported by the BIAA on Wednesday 2 March in London (Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE 18:00- 19:30)
The Newton Fund is now accepting applications from scholars in Turkey and scholars in the UK working on Turkey. Visit: http://www.britac.ac.uk/funding/guide/newton.cfm