BIAA news

Further information

BIAA Suggests: Book launch of BIAA fellow Dr. Elisabetta Costa

Dr. Elisabetta Costa, BIAA fellow 2015-6, will be in London for the book launch of her monograph Social Media in Southeast Turkey published as part of the research project: Why we Post

Read More

BIAA SUGGESTS: ‘Alternative Universalisms? Contemporary Turkish discourses on culture in International Relations’. A public lecture by Dr. K. Dalacoura

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)

Read More

Newton-Fund/Turkey open for applications

The Newton Fund is now accepting applications from scholars in Turkey and scholars in the UK working on Turkey. Visit:

Read More


• Cultural routes in Turkey: The Phrygian Way, by Hüseyin Sarı, (BIAA-TBA lecture, Ankara, 9 December)

See for more information


Read More

Heritage Turkey now online

BIAA’s annual, full-colour 'magazine-style' publication, which contains reports on research supported by the BIAA and short articles by project directors and scholars is now accessible online!

Read More

BIAA SUGGESTS: ‘Turkey: Two Elections and their Aftermath’. A talk by Pr. William Hale

Friday, 27 November 2015 , 6 pm at SOAS, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H OXG, The Khalili Lecture Theatre. 

 A Talk by Professor William Hale (Professor Emeritus, SOAS, University of London) titled ‘Turkey: Two Elections and their Aftermath  organised by the British Association for Turkish Area Studies

Click image for details

Read More

BIAA message regarding the recent tragic event in Ankara

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.

Read More

Lecture recording of Tim Mitford's “East of Asia Minor. Rome's Hidden Frontier” now online

The recording of the BIAA lecture “East of Asia Minor. Rome's Hidden Frontier” by Tim Mitford given on 24 September 2015 in London is now available online at BIAA’s Youtube channel:

Read More

Sacrifice Feast holiday closing announcement

The institute will be closed for the Sacrifice Feast (Bayram) following the officially announced public holiday dates from Saturday 19 September until Sunday 27 September 2015. The BIAA offices will be open again on Monday 28 September and the BIAA library will be accepting visitors from Tuesday 29 September in line with the winter visiting-hours schedule.

Read More