1st Turkish-German Frontiers of Humanities Symposium 2013

List of Sessions

INSTITUTIONS AND POLITICAL OPPORTUNITIES OF THE GERMAN-TURKISH-KURDISH TRANSNATIONAL SPACE

Organizers (Political Sciences):

Ayhan Kaya and Andreas Blätte

German-Turkish relations in the transnational religious field

Kerstin Rosenow-Williams, Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict, Ruhr-University Bochum

Religion as Identity Marker and Managing Islam in Europe

Talip Kucukcan, Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, Marmara University

Euro-Muslims versus Modern Day Kharijites in European Hypermodernism

Bülent Şenay, Theology Department, Uludag University

Political Representation across Borders

Andreas Wüst, External Fellow, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES)

NEW DYNAMICS OF TRANSNATIONAL MOBILITY BETWEEN TURKEY AND GERMANY

Organizers (Sociology):

Didem Danis and Kira Kosnick

New Migrant Profile in Germany: The Case of Turkish Knowledge Workers

Ulaş Sunata, Bahcesehir University

Aging in a transnational context: Retired former labor migrants and their families in Turkey and Europe

Helen Baykara-Krumme, Department of Sociology, Chemnitz University of Technology

Al(m)anya the Second Homeland?

Sezgi Durgun, Marmara University

Where to stay? What to do next? Student mobility between Germany and Turkey

Başak Bilecen Süoglu, Bielefeld University

EUROPEAN IDENTITIES RE-FRAMED IN THE LIGHT OF TRANSNATIONAL LITERATURES

Organizers (Comparative European Literature):

Meliz Ergin and Thomas Ernst

Redefining Italian Identity and Literature: Migrant Literature, Postcolonial Literature and Cultural Initiatives of “Rete G2”

Maria Grazia Negro, Istanbul University

Alternative Cartographies: Displacing Paris with Leila Sebbar, Abdelwahab Meddeb, and Abdellah Taia

Megan MacDonald, Koç University

Re-framing Imaginative Spaces: Literary Cross-cultural Dia- / Polylogues and Visions of Interculturalism

Dunja Mohr, Department of English and American Studies, Erfurt University

Wandering Tongues: Migration in Literature

Juliane Prade-Weiss, Department of Comparative Literature, Goethe University Frankfurt

CITY AND MIGRATION

Organizers (Anthropology):

Levent Soysal and Sabine Hess

Welcome to BERLIN - An Immigration City under Construction

Stephan Lanz, Faculty of Cultural Studies, European University Viadrina

Imagining Urban Cultures, Imagining Migration: Thoughts on the Case of 'cool' Istanbul

Derya Özkan, Institute for Cultural Anthropology / European Ethnology, LMU Munich

The Myth of Intercultural Dialogue – Multiculturalism and Art as Social Policy in Istanbul and Berlin

Banu Karaca, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Sabancı University

Little High, Little Low: Living Istanbul as a Filipina Domestic Worker

Ayse Akalin, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Istanbul Technical University

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