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The Nahrein Network Visiting Scholarships Scheme re-opens for applications

The BIAA is supporting the Nahrein Network Visiting Scholarships Scheme.

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Experience Çatalhöyük Through Virtual Reality

From 20th-24thNovember 2018, you will be able to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Çatalhöyük without leaving central London. 

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New exhibition: ‘The Curious Case of Çatalhöyük’ at the Brunei Gallery, London

A major exhibition about the Neolithic site is coming to the Brunei Gallery, at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

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A new home for SARAT project news

SARAT stands for “Safeguarding Archaeological Assets of Turkey”. The project’s goal is to increase knowledge, capacity, and awareness about protecting Turkey’s archaeological assets.

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Third conference in the BIAA's 'From Enemies to Allies' series takes place in Oxford

On Monday 24th September, members and guests of the British Institute at Ankara (BIAA) and the British Association of Turkish Area Studies (BATAS) gathered at St. Antony’s College in Oxford for the third conference in the From Enemies to Allies series. 

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Excavations at Başur Höyük uncover new evidence of ancient child sacrifice

BIAA-funded research at the Başur Höyük site has revealed evidence of complex burial practices in the third millennium BC.

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Institute’s relocation receives support from the Wolfson Foundation

The BIAA is delighted to announce that the relocation of our Ankara-based facilities to new premises at Atatürk Bulvarı 154 is to be supported by a £50,000 grant from the prestigious Wolfson Foundation.

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John McManus' book on Turkish football now availiable

The book "Welcome to Hell? In search of the Real Turkish football" by John McManus (BIAA Post-doctoral fellow 2016-18) has been released!

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2018 Call for Applications now open

The BIAA is delighted to announce that the 2018 Call for Applications is now open.

Opportunities range from small fieldwork and study grants to fully-funded 24-month Post-Doctoral Fellowships.  All applicants must be affiliated with a UK Higher Education Institution, and applications must be received by 29th April 2018Please see here for full details of criteria, eligibility and application procedure.  For examples of funded projects, please see here.

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