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Le rôle culturel de l’Etat kémaliste

Journée d'étude l'Etat en Turquie au XXème siècle. Contrôle social et production du citoyenIFEAvendredi 30 octobre 2009 à l'IFEAOrganisée par l’ANR Transtur, avec le soutien de l’UMR 8032 « Études turques et ottomanes » et de l’IFEA. Emmanuel Szurek (CHDT, EHESS) : Administrer la langue ? La « Société de la Langue Turque » à l’époque kémalisteDiscutante : Füsun Üstel (Université de Galatasaray)Birol Çaymaz (Université de Galatasaray) : Les manuels de Medenî Bilgiler (Instruction civique) à l’époque républicaineDiscutant : Gérard Noiriel (IRIS, EHESS)
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[FLEUVES) Rivers as Pre-Modern Cartographic Challenge: The Case of Asia Minor

Anatolian Rivers between East and WestAxes and FrontiersGeographical, economical and cultural aspects of the human-environment interactions between the Hebros and Tigris Rivers in ancient timesThe Cultural Aspects of Rivers28th September-1st October 2017Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies)Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate)http://www.transfers.ens.fr/anatolian-rivers-between-east-and-west-axes-and-frontiersPerceptions and Representations of Western Asiatic RiversRichard Talbert (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, talbert@email.unc.edu)Rivers as Pre-Modern Cartographic Challenge: The Case of Asia MinorThe paper illustrates and discusses the longstanding universal difficulties of mapping rivers, with special reference to Asia Minor. Here, as late as the early 20th century, mapping was still conducted under conditions comparable to those found during classical ...
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[FLEUVES] Performing Imperial Cult: The Archaeological Survey of Fasıllar and its contribution to Hittite Cult Practices

Anatolian Rivers between East and WestAxes and Frontiers Geographical, economical and cultural aspects of the human-environment interactions between the Hebros and Tigris Rivers in ancient times The Cultural Aspects of Rivers 28th September-1st October 2017 Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies) Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate)http://www.transfers.ens.fr/anatolian-rivers-between-east-and-west-axes-and-frontiersPerceptions and Representations of Western Asiatic RiversYigit Erbil (Hacettepe University, yigiterbil@gmail.com)Performing Imperial Cult: The Archaeological Survey of Fasıllar and its contribution to Hittite Cult PracticesFrom 2012, five archaeological surveys have been completed around the so-called Fasıllar Monument and its surrounding area. Since its discovery, this monument has intrigued the scientific community, as it lies on its ...
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Tilbeshar, ville majeure et carrefour d'influences à l'âge du Bronze et à l'époque médiévale

Conférence en archéologie Mercredi 28 mai 2014 à 18h à l'IFEA Christine Kepinski (CNRS ArScAn Maison Réné-Ginouvès Nanterre), Marie-Odile Rousset (CNRS Gremmo Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée Lyon)"Tilbeshar, ville majeure et carrefour d'influences à l'âge du Bronze et à l'époque médiévale" Intervention en français Situé à l’ouest de l’Euphrate, sur l’isohyète des 400 mm, Tilbeshar se trouve dans une petite plaine abondamment drainée par le Sajour, l’Aynifer et plusieurs sources. C’est une grande ville au Bronze Ancien dès le deuxième quart du troisième millénaire puis au ...
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Uses and re-uses of the antique collective graves of Hierapolis (Phrygia)

Séminaire "Archéologies anatoliennes" Cycle "Nécropoles d'Anatolie" Caroline Laforest (Univ. Bordeaux 3) Mercredi 30 novembre 2011 à 18h00 à l'IFEA"Uses and re-uses of the antique collective graves of Hierapolis (Phrygia)"  Situated near the current Denizli, the city of Hierapolis was established in the IIIrd century BC, then was particularly developed during roman and byzantine periods. Since the first campaign of excavation in 1957, the importance of the antique necropolis in the North of the city has been recognized, this has led to develop certain number of studies relative to the architecture of graves and to the epigraphy. Nevertheless, few ...
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Caiques of Bosphorus waterway : their role in Istanbul maritime landscape in the 19th Century

Séminaire "Mers ottomanes : de la Méditerranée à l'Océan Indien" Cycle Archéologie nautique et cartographieGencer Emiroğlu Chercheur indépendantCaiques of Bosphorus waterway : their role in Istanbul maritime landscape in the 19th CenturyLundi 18 février 2013 à 18h à l'IFEA Intervention en anglais    Reading Istanbul through caiques Would you like to be able to “read” boats? The lecture is an educational introduction to looking at and appreciating Istanbul's oar and sail powered private and merchant boats in the turn of the 20th century. There are historical and naval design clues that are embedded in every boat. How can we ...
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The Amity International school network in Cameroon

1st PANEL :   Private actors producing and receiving Turkish soft power : relationships to the Turkish statePrésentation 1. Charly DELMAS TSAFACK (International relations institute of Cameroon),  “The Amity International school network in Cameroon”The emerging countries are likely to play a leading role in the world economy and governance in a more or less near future. Africa constitutes a new playing field of these countries. Forsaken formerly by globalization, the African continent from now on is courted as well by the traditional industrial powers as by the emergent powers. Turkey is not in rest. In 1998, the Turkish diplomats through their Ministry of ...
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Major assets for Turkish diplomacy in the Caucasus and question of the "background

 2d PANEL :    Diffusion, circulation and backfires of Turkey’s influence Présentation 4. Elshan MUSTAFAYEV  / Sciences Po Lyon – IFEA : “Major assets for Turkish diplomacy in the Caucasus and question of the "background" This paper aims to examine the relevance of the soft power concept for interpretation of Turkey’s foreign policy towards one of its neighboring region. The unpredictable disintegration of the Soviet Union put Turkey in front of a new regional strategic context. Criticized at the same period in the west for the lack of democracy and for the human rights abuses, Turkish political system became paradoxically an attraction, “a source ...
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Magnificent Century: Turkish Soap Opera as a Source of Soft Power

3rd PANEL :   Diversity of the Turkish soft power's vectors Kimberley BOWEN ÇOLAKOĞLU / Istanbul Technical University :  “Magnificent Century: Turkish Soap Opera as a Source of Soft Power”Suleiman the Magnificent has conquered the hearts of Belgrade—claims a Serbian blog—via a Turkish soap opera set in the era of his 16th century reign during which he first subdued Belgrade. Another online article states, “Turkish Soaps Drive Macedonians to Istanbul.” Meanwhile, in Istanbul, a noticeable increase in Arab-speaking hopefuls in search of mansions, clothing, or a glimpse of an actor from their favorite Turkish soaps, is evident. Though the question of whether or not ...
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