Past Events & Media Archive

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BIAA SUPPORTED: The 3rd International Conference on Eurasian Politics & Society

BIAA SUPPORTED: The 3rd International Conference on Eurasian Politics & Society

Istanbul | Kadir Has University

02 - 03 June 2016, 09:00 - 20:00

This international and interdisciplinary conference brought together a range of academics and practitioners to discuss new directions of research and discovery on Eurasian Studies

Keywords: Politics, History, and Social Science, Eurasia, Society

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LECTURE: The Mesopotamia Campaign from both sides of the trenches, 1914 - 1917

LECTURE: The Mesopotamia Campaign from both sides of the trenches, 1914 - 1917

London | The British Academy

10 May 2016 18:30 to 21:00

Professor Eugene Rogan (University of Oxford)

This lecture explores the common experiences of all soldiers who fought on the Mesopotamian front, a campaign which marked the end of Ottoman rule and the beginning of Britain’s moment in the Middle East.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Mesopotamia, Warfare

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WORKSHOP: Social Media in Turkey: Uses and impacts in Social and Political Life

WORKSHOP: Social Media in Turkey: Uses and impacts in Social and Political Life

Ankara | Middle East Technical University

09 April 2016 09:30 to 18:00

Convenor: Dr. Elisabetta Costa (BIAA)

The workshop brought together different research on the uses and consequences of social media in Turkey. 

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Social Media

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LECTURE: Negotiating cultural landscape(s): towards a management plan for Çaltılar Höyük

LECTURE: Negotiating cultural landscape(s): towards a management plan for Çaltılar Höyük

Ankara | The Turco British Association

07 April 2016 19:00 to 21:00

A BIAA lecture by B. Nilgün Öz (BIAA-RCAC Fellow)

Researched by an international multi-disciplinary team, Çaltılar Höyük and its environs in the highlands of Fethiye, Muğla, are testament to millennia of continuous habitation. Today this tangible cultural landscape is increasingly shaped by modern practices of seasonal migration, an abundance of greenhouses creating new livelihoods, and a seemingly uncontrollable proliferation of quarrying.

Keywords: Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Management, Conservation, Çaltılar Höyük

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WORKSHOP: From Enemies to Allies | Turkey and Britain during WWI

WORKSHOP: From Enemies to Allies | Turkey and Britain during WWI

Ankara | USAK conference hall

01 - 02 April 2016, 10:00 - 18:00

The workshop dealt with Anglo-Turkish relations in the late Ottoman period, the political transformation of Turkish society resulting from the Young Turk movement and militarization, and the ethnic, religious and cultural politics of the WW1 period.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, British Empire, Turkish Republic, World War 1

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LECTURE: Alternative Universalisms? Contemporary Turkish discourses on culture in IR

LECTURE: Alternative Universalisms? Contemporary Turkish discourses on culture in IR

Ankara | The Turkish American Association

24 March 2016 19:00 to 21:00

A public lecture by Dr. K. Dalacoura (LSE)

Building on a long intellectual tradition going back to the late Ottoman period, debates in present-day Turkey on the role of culture and civilisation in world politics, and the relationship between modernity and Islam, are vibrant and ongoing. The lecture, drawing on the findings of a research project funded by the British Academy, will attempt to move beyond the political maelstrom and focus on the ideas of individual thinkers and intellectual trends in relative isolation.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, International Relations

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LECTURE: Living in Luxury, Terrace House 2 in Ephesos

LECTURE: Living in Luxury, Terrace House 2 in Ephesos

Ankara | The Turco British Association

22 March 2016 19:00 to 21:00

A BIAA lecture by Dr. Sabine Ladstätter (Director of the Austrian Archaeological Institute)

Terrace House 2 is a ca. 4,000 m² insula lying directly in the Roman city centre of Ephesus. Due to its exceptional state of preservation the complex counts amongst the most scientifically important and moreover most remarkable monuments of its type.

Keywords: Archaeology, Ephesus, Houses, Romans

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LECTURE: People’s Houses (Halk Evleri): Local negotiations of reform

LECTURE: People’s Houses (Halk Evleri): Local negotiations of reform

Ankara | The Turkish American Association

25 February 2016 19:00 to 21:00

A lecture & Book launch by Dr. Alekos Lamprou 

Dr. Alexandros Lambrou presented research results from his recently published book (I.B Tauris 2015) that examines social change and state-society relations during the early republican period of Turkish history.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Turkish Republic, Houses, Social Reform

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LECTURE: Sir Alfred Biliotti and the end of Ottoman Crete, 1885–1899

LECTURE: Sir Alfred Biliotti and the end of Ottoman Crete, 1885–1899

London | The British Academy

03 February 2016 18:30 to 21:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. David Barchard

The end of Ottoman Crete was marked by a bloody conflict between its Christian and Muslim populations, resolved by 18 months of international rule, the transfer of the island from Ottoman rule to a form of autonomy and the departure of most of the Muslims. This lecture looks at the role of the key diplomat on Crete during this period, a humanitarian administrator caught between great power politics and the conflicting nationalisms of Greece and Turkey.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Ottoman Empire, Crete

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LECTURE: Cultural Routes in Turkey: The Phrygian Way

LECTURE: Cultural Routes in Turkey: The Phrygian Way

Ankara | The Turco British Association

09 December 2015 19:00 to 21:00

A BIAA lecture by Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Sarı (Ankara University)

In this talk Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Sarı briefly introduced the cultural routes in Turkey and talked in detail about the Phrygian Way and the inspiration for establishing it. The Phrygian Way, one of the long-distance walking and cycling routes in Turkey was made for trekkers and cyclists to explore not only the beauty of the Phrygian Valleys through which it passes, but also the countless Phrygian, Roman, Byzantine, and Seljuk monuments and traces.

Keywords: Cultural Heritage Management, Archaeology, Phrygians, Cultural Routes

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LECTURE: Social Media in South-East Turkey: Continuities and Transformations

LECTURE: Social Media in South-East Turkey: Continuities and Transformations

Ankara | The Turkish American Association

02 December 2015 19:00 to 09:00

A Lecture by Dr. Elisabetta Costa

The lecture  described the social change brought by social media not as a linear and uniform process, but rather as the combination of contrasting transformations: public-facing social media is mainly a conservative space, whereas private channels of communication facilitate new social relationships.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Social Media

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LECTURE: Experimental Archaeology: Production Processes of the Urartian Red Polished Pottery

LECTURE: Experimental Archaeology: Production Processes of the Urartian Red Polished Pottery

Ankara | The Turco British Association

26 November 2015 19:00 to 21:00

A BIAA lecture by Dr. Atilla Batmaz (Ege University) 

Dr Batmaz will discuss “Urartian Palace Ware” and will more specifically be chasing the secrets of the Urartian red slipped, shiny pottery by analysing experiments to reproduce it in the light of the local traditional methods of pottery making in Bardakçı Village/Van-Eastern Anatolia.

Keywords: Archaeology, Experimental Archaeology, Urartu, Pottery

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LECTURE: Helen of Troy - Goddess, Princess, Seductress

LECTURE: Helen of Troy - Goddess, Princess, Seductress

London | The British Academy

17 November 2015 18:30 to 21:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. Bettany Hughes

Following a decade of research Bettany Hughes explored the figure of Helen of Troy in her cultural, literary and historical guises. 

Keywords: Archaeology, Helen of Troy, Homer

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WORKSHOP: Palaeolithic Research in the Armenian Highlands and Anatolia

WORKSHOP: Palaeolithic Research in the Armenian Highlands and Anatolia

Ankara | Middle East Technical University

20 October 2015 09:00 to 17:00

The workshop was organised by Philip Glauberman

This workshop brought together, for the first time, local and multi-national researchers working on the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic within the focus region giving the opportunity to share current and on-going research on technology and behaviour throughout the varied topographies and habitats.

Keywords: Archaeology, Palaeolithic, Armenia, Anatolia

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LECTURE: Christopher Harris: The Reports of the Last British Consul in Trabzon, 1949-1956

LECTURE: Christopher Harris: The Reports of the Last British Consul in Trabzon, 1949-1956

Ankara | The Turkish American Association

19 October 2015 19:00 to 20:30

The BIAA in collaboration with the Turkish American Association presented a talk by Christopher Harris on his book The Reports of the Last British Consul in Trabzon, 1949-1956 followed by a book signing event.

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LECTURE: East of Asia Minor. Rome's Hidden Frontier

LECTURE: East of Asia Minor. Rome's Hidden Frontier

Ankara | The British Academy

24 September 2015 18:30 to 21:00

A BIAA Lecture by Tim Mitford

This illustrated lecture presents the monumental evidence: fortresses and forts linked by strategic roads, bridges, glimpses of watch and signalling systems, with inscriptions, sighted coins, and navigation of the Euphrates itself.

Keywords: Archaeology, Romans, Frontiers, Asia Minor

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PANEL: Turkey and the U.K.: Their Policies Towards the E.U. After Their General Elections

PANEL: Turkey and the U.K.: Their Policies Towards the E.U. After Their General Elections

London | The British Academy

15 June 2015 18:30 to 21:00

A BIAA Panel chaired by Sir David Logan

Listen to, and question, two distinguished former foreign ministers with long experience at the forefront of their countries’ relationship with the EU and two well-known commentators on European affairs.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Turkey, UK, European Union

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LECTURE: Potential Applications and Considerations of the Oculus Rift

LECTURE: Potential Applications and Considerations of the Oculus Rift

Ankara | The Turco British Association

21 May 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Simon Young - PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne

Keywords: Archaeology, Oculus Rift, 3D Imaging

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WORKSHOP: Turkish Studies in the UK

WORKSHOP: Turkish Studies in the UK

London | The British Academy

14 May 2015 14:00 to 21:00

A one-day roundtable/workshop inspired by the need to take stock of the state of play in the field of Turkish studies in the UK in the humanities and social sciences.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Turkish Studies

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WORKSHOP: Techniques and Applications for Portable X-Ray Fluorescence in Archaeology

WORKSHOP: Techniques and Applications for Portable X-Ray Fluorescence in Archaeology

Kaman | Japanese Institute of Anatolian Archaeology

08 May 2015 10:00 to 20:00

Workshop Coordinator: Dr Orlene McIlfatrick (BIAA Fellow 2014-5)

The aim of this workshop was to offer researchers engaged in archaeology and museum studies the opportunity to present and discuss various aspects of XRF with respect to their applications in non-destructive analysis of archaeological materials.

Keywords: Archaeology, XRF, Archaeometry, Material Analysis

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LECTURE: the Activities of the Joint British-Georgian Expedition to Pichvnari, 1998-2010

LECTURE: the Activities of the Joint British-Georgian Expedition to Pichvnari, 1998-2010

Ankara | The Turco British Association

05 May 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Prof. Em. Michael Vickers

Keywords: Archaeology, Georgia, Pichvnari, Expeditions

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LECTURE: Byzantium between Athens and Sparta in Xenophon at the close of the fifth century B.C.

LECTURE: Byzantium between Athens and Sparta in Xenophon at the close of the fifth century B.C.

Ankara | The Turco British Association

02 May 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. Shane Brennan

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LECTURE: Seeking People-Based Solutions to Sustainability in Heritage Practice

LECTURE: Seeking People-Based Solutions to Sustainability in Heritage Practice

Ankara | The Turco British Association

30 April 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. Caitlin Curtis

Keywords: Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Management, Catalhoytuk, Aktopraklik

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WORKSHOP: Peace Processes and Durable Solutions to Displacement

WORKSHOP: Peace Processes and Durable Solutions to Displacement

Ankara | The British Institute at Ankara

17 April 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Workshop organized by Dr. Marc Herzog

The event brought together academics and practitioners to discuss comparative cases of forced displacement and strategies to support victim groups in protracted conflicts aiming to challenge conventional assumptions as to the irreversibility of displacement and/or the absence of solutions to protracted conflicts. 

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Peace Processes, Displacement

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LECTURE: O.Gurney Memorial Lecture - Exploring the early history of British archaeology

LECTURE: O.Gurney Memorial Lecture - Exploring the early history of British archaeology

London | The British Academy

16 April 2015 18:30 to 21:00

Join renowned archaeologist Nicolò Marchetti, as he showcases new evidence from British archaeologists between 1876 and 1920 from the excavation site at Karkemish between Turkey and Syria.

Keywords: Archaeology, History, Excavation

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WORKSHOP: Dark Histories - Nighttime and Nightlife in the Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Mediterranean

WORKSHOP: Dark Histories - Nighttime and Nightlife in the Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Mediterranean

Ankara | The British Institute at Ankara

10 April 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Workshop Organised by Dr. D-J MacArthur-Seal

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Ottoman Empire, Night Life

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LECTURE: Some chains are stronger than others: Migrations from Emirdağ reconsidered

LECTURE: Some chains are stronger than others: Migrations from Emirdağ reconsidered

Ankara | The Turco British Association

17 March 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Jak den Exter, president of NiHA foundation

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Migration, Population Transfer

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LECTURE: An Isotopic Analysis of Dietary Habits in Early Bronze Age Anatolia: Preliminary Results

LECTURE: An Isotopic Analysis of Dietary Habits in Early Bronze Age Anatolia: Preliminary Results

Ankara | The Turco British Association

05 March 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Benjamin Irvine (PhD Candidate, Freie Universität Berlin)

Keywords: Archaeology, Bronze Age, Anatolia, Diet, Isotopic Analysis

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CONFERENCE: Turkey and Cyprus Regional Peace & Stability

CONFERENCE: Turkey and Cyprus Regional Peace & Stability

Ankara | USAK conference hall

28 February 2015 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA sponsored event, co-organized by Marc Herzog

This conference focused on a number of key themes: Mapping the current situation in Cyprus | Human rights and vulnerable groups | Confidence-building measures | Alternative visions for the future | Discussion & next steps

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Turkey, Cyprus

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PANEL: The Middle East in Crisis: How Turkey is affected and what role can it play?

PANEL: The Middle East in Crisis: How Turkey is affected and what role can it play?

London | The British Academy

12 February 2015 18:30 to 21:00

A BIAA Panel chaired by Sir David Logan

Join a panel of experts, including former Foreign Minister of Turkey Yaşar Yakış, as they examine the bloody emergence of the Islamic State, the violence and instability in Syria and Iraq, and the risks to the stability of Kurdistan.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Middle East, Crisis

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LECTURE: The Spread of Farming in Central Anatolia and the Antecedents of Çatalhöyük

LECTURE: The Spread of Farming in Central Anatolia and the Antecedents of Çatalhöyük

Ankara | The Turco British Association

10 December 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Professor Douglas Baird

Keywords: Archaeology, Neolithic, Turkey, Konya Plain, Boncuklu

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LECTURE: From Imperial Capital to global City: Transformations of Istanbul 1914-2014

London | The British Academy

04 December 2014 18:30 to 21:00

Professor Erik-Jan Zürcher (Leiden University), one of the world’s leading experts on Turkey, will chart the development of the architecture, economy and population of Istanbul in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Cities, Istanbul

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WORKSHOP: Balkan Futures: Contemporary Mobility and Changing Stereotypes in the Balkans

WORKSHOP: Balkan Futures: Contemporary Mobility and Changing Stereotypes in the Balkans

Athens | École française d'Athènes

04 December 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A Workshop co-organised by the BIAA and the British School at Athens

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Balkans, Mobility

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SPECIAL EVENT: Book Launch - The Role, Position and Agency of Cusp States in International Relations

SPECIAL EVENT: Book Launch - The Role, Position and Agency of Cusp States in International Relations

Ankara | The Turco British Association

26 November 2014 00:00 to 00:00

co-edited by Marc Herzog and Philip Robins (2014, Routledge)

The edited volume of the book, released in 2014, examines a new concept in the field of international relations, that of cuspness and cusp states, defined as states that lie uneasily on the political and/or normative edge of what is widely believed to be an established region, or between several regions simultaneously

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Cusp States, International Relations

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LECTURE: Ottoman Achievement Illustrated in Manuscripts Attributed to Matrakçı Nasuh

LECTURE: Ottoman Achievement Illustrated in Manuscripts Attributed to Matrakçı Nasuh

Ankara | The Turco British Association

24 November 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture By Professor Zeynep Yürekli-Görkay

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Maps, Ottoman Empire

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WORKSHOP: Public Archaeology: Theoretical Considerations and Current Practice in Turkey

WORKSHOP: Public Archaeology: Theoretical Considerations and Current Practice in Turkey

Istanbul | ANAMED

30 - 31 October 2014, 09:00 - 17:00

This workshop is triggered by questions about the relationship of archaeology and the contemporary society and is part of the British Institute at Ankara’s broader project on cultural heritage management in southern Turkey. It is funded by the Headley Trust.

Keywords: Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Management, Public Involvement

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WORKSHOP: In Motion: Movements, crossings and transfers in Turkey

WORKSHOP: In Motion: Movements, crossings and transfers in Turkey

Ankara | Netherlands Institute of Higher Education (NiHA)

26 - 27 September 2014, 10:00 - 17:50

The international workshop ‘In Motion: Movements, crossings and transfers in Turkey’ is the third of a series of events exploring ‘divisions, connection and movement’ in Turkey from pre-historic times until the present day, organized by the British Institute at Ankara in collaboration with major academic and research institutions. It aimed at opening a cross-disciplinary dialogue between Archaeology and Archaeology-related disciplines, History, Political Science, Sociology and Social Anthropology to explore diverse itineraries across temporal, geographical and cultural borders in Turkey.

Keywords: Migration and Mobility Studies, Cross-disciplinary studies; Ancient to Contemporary Turkey

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LECTURE: The Ionian Cities: Myth, migration, and the origins of Greek settlement in Anatolia

London | The British Academy

14 May 2014 18:30 to 20:30

A BIAA Lecture by Dr Naoise Mac Sweeney

This paper will explore the stories that were told about the foundations of the Ionian cities during the archaic and classical periods (c.800-330 BCE), considering their significance and function as myths, as well as their relation to the archaeological evidence for early Greek settlement and for the establishment of the Ionian cities.

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LECTURE: Art and War: Art, identity and economy at Xanthos in the Persian War period

LECTURE: Art and War: Art, identity and economy at Xanthos in the Persian War period

Ankara | The Turco British Association

14 May 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. Catherine Draycott

Keywords: Archaeology, Greeks, Persians, Art, War

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LECTURE: Neolithic archaeological sites in Turkey and Greece

LECTURE: Neolithic archaeological sites in Turkey and Greece

Ankara | The Turco British Association

06 May 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. Stella Souvatzi

The creation of the ideational past: Neolithic archaeological sites in Turkey and Greece and the politics of space and identity

Keywords: Archaeology, Neolithic, Turkey, Greece, Identity

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LECTURE: Turkey Between Two Elections

LECTURE: Turkey Between Two Elections

Ankara | The Turkish American Association

29 April 2014 00:00 to 00:00

In this TAAA-NiHA-BIAA joint lecture, Professor Ersin Kalaycıoğlu focused on the 2014 local election results and wider constitutional, political, economic, and cultural changes and trends in Turkish politics.

 

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Turkey, Elections, Government

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CONFERENCE: Pathways of Communication | Roads and Routes in Anatolia

CONFERENCE: Pathways of Communication | Roads and Routes in Anatolia

Ankara | Ankara University, Faculty of Letters

20 - 22 March 2014, 09:00 - 18:00

Turkey offers amongst the richest remains of routes, roads and tracks worldwide. The aim of this conference is to discuss these, networks and their impact on society from different angles from the prehistory onwards.

Keywords: Archaeology, Communication, Roads, Trade

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LECTURE: Greek-Turkish friendship and the politics of rapprochement.

LECTURE: Greek-Turkish friendship and the politics of rapprochement.

Ankara | Netherlands Institute for Higher Education

14 March 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. Leonidas Karakatsanis 

This lecture will focus on the multifaceted aspects of an ambiguous collocation that has been a constant denominator of Turkish-Greek relations.

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Turkey, Greece, Friendship

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LECTURE: Mortuary Practices in Medieval Byzantine Anatolia

LECTURE: Mortuary Practices in Medieval Byzantine Anatolia

Ankara | The Turco British Association

13 March 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Dr. Sophie Moore

This paper addressed Byzantine Mortuary practices between the 9th and the 12th centuries in rural Anatolia presenting a taxonomy of sites and graves and discussing the experience of death and burial in Byzantium. 

Keywords: Archaeology, Byzantine, Anatolia, Burial Practice

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CONFERENCE: The State in the Balkans: Public Service Institutions, their Role and Development

CONFERENCE: The State in the Balkans: Public Service Institutions, their Role and Development

Athens | British School at Athens

05 - 07 March 2014, 19:00 - 17:00

The workshop concentrated on the nature of state welfare and public services and other public agencies across the Balkans. 

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Balkans, State

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LECTURE: A History of the Mediterranean from the Beginning to the Emergence of the Classical World

LECTURE: A History of the Mediterranean from the Beginning to the Emergence of the Classical World

Ankara | The Turco British Association

19 February 2014 00:00 to 00:00

A BIAA Lecture by Professor Cyprian Broodbank

The Mediterranean has been for millennia one of the global cockpits of human endeavor. Dr Broodbank’s book is the first full, interpretive synthesis for a generation on the rise of the Mediterranean world from its beginning, before the emergence of our own species, up to the threshold of Classical times.

Keywords: Archaeology, Mediterranean, Chronologies

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PANEL: Turkey in an election year: What does the future hold for the AKP Government?

London | The British Academy

06 February 2014 18:30 to 20:30

A BIAA Panel chaired by Sir David Logan

The panel will consider possible outcomes from these important elections and give their views on the implications of them for the future of Turkey’s multi-party democracy.

 

Keywords: History, Social, and Political Science, Turkey, Elections, Government

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LECTURE: The Çaltılar Archaeological Project: Survey Results and Methodology

LECTURE: The Çaltılar Archaeological Project: Survey Results and Methodology

Ankara | The Turco British Association

23 - 15 January 2014, 19:00 - 21:00

Dr Alan Greaves will present a lecture on 'The Çaltılar Archaeological Project: Survey Results and Methodology' in Ankara at the Turco-British Association (TBA) on January 23rd 2014.

Keywords: Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Management, Çaltılar Höyük, Survey

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LECTURE: Imperial Rulership and Universal hierarchies in Early Byzantine Art

LECTURE: Imperial Rulership and Universal hierarchies in Early Byzantine Art

Ankara | The Turco British Association

16 January 2014 19:00 to 21:00

Dr Cecilia Olovsdotter will give a talk on 'Imperial rulership and universal hierarchies in Early Byzantine art'. To be held in Ankara at the Turco-British Association (TBA) on January 16th, 7pm

Keywords: Archaeology, Byzantine, History, Art

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LECTURE: The leopard changes its spots: recent work on societal change at Catalhoyuk

London | The British Academy

10 December 2013 18:30 to 21:00

A BIAA Lecture by Professor Ian Hodder

Alan Hall Memorial Lecture: The leopard changes its spots: recent work on societal change at Catalhoyuk, Professor Ian Hodder. Tuesday 10 December 2013, 6.30pm – The British Academy. Refreshments will follow after the lecture.

Keywords: Archaeology, Neolithic, Turkey, Konya Plain, Catalhoyuk

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