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Turkish series exportation market and its counterflow ‘soft power’ effects

Through the example of Turkish series production and their international diffusion this paper aims to question the use and limits of the concept of soft power, and more precisely the role given to cultural contents in the definition of soft power given by J. Nye himself. The article begins considering the diversity of public reactions to Turkish series throughout the region surrounding Turkey, showing how such reactions are used in diplomatic speeches or in some scientific papers to prove the evidence of a Turkish soft power. Exploring the mechanisms of audiovisual production in Turkey and diffusion of Turkish series by ...
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Turkish sport diplomacy as a tool for a renewed power ? Success and limits to Turkish “soft power"

3rd PANEL :   Diversity of the Turkish soft power's vectors Présentation 5. Jean-Francois POLO / Sciences Po Rennes - CRAPE - Galatasaray University  : "Turkish sport diplomacy as a tool for a renewed power ? Success and limits to Turkish “soft power" L’annonce de l’attribution des Jeux Olympiques 2020 à Tokyo au détriment d’Istanbul le 7 septembre dernier a été ressentie avec beaucoup d’amertume par les autorités politiques du pays qui ont fortement soutenu depuis vingt ans toutes les candidatures précédentes. Il faut préciser qu’à l’issue des visites d’évaluation des villes candidates par le Comité ...
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Les grandes étapes de l'évolution morphologique et culturelle de l'Homme - Émergence de l'Être humain par Henry de Lumley (Institut de Paléontologie Humaine, Paris)

L'évolution morphologique de l'humain est loin de s'être arrêtée. Caractérisée par un développement de la taille du crâne et une augmentation du volume du cerveau, elle s’accompagne de l’évolution culturelle. Avec le développement il y 35 000 ans des lobes frontaux, berceau de la pensée associative, la pensée symbolique "explose". Nous pouvons dire que l’homme est devenu le moteur de son évolution. La médecine, la génétique, mais également la culture sont les grands facteurs de l’évolution humaine. En 10 000 ans, la population mondiale est passée de quelques millions à sept milliards d’individus. Cela veut-il dire que l’espèce humaine évolue ...
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IFEA Histoire 2020-2021 On the Other Shore: The Things of a Sufi Saint in Istanbul

Aziz Mahmud Hüdayi (1541-1628), the “second Pir” (pir-i sani) of the Celvetiyye Sufi-order, is a famous Sufi saint in Istanbul. His mausoleum (türbe) on the slope of a hill in Üsküdar has not ceased to be a vital focus of pilgrimage up to the present. Aziz Mahmud Hüdayi is known as one of the four protectors of the Bosporus, and according to local lore, seafarers between the opposite shores of Sultanahmet and Üsküdar cling to the “Hüdayi-way” (Hüdayi yolu), on which the saint is remembered to ...
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IFEA Histoire 2020-2021 - The Politics of Language Between Ottomans and Safavids: Masih-i Tabrizi's cross-linguistic poetry in Tabriz in the 1720s

The paper sheds light on the politics of language (Turkish, Arabic, and Persian) and literary patronage in Safavid Iran in the first few decades of the eighteenth century, offering parallels to the attitude to the hierarchy of literary languages in the Ottoman and Safavid cultural spheres, with a subject matter related to the confrontation between Iran and the Ottomans in the 1720s. It focuses on a short collection of poetry written by a hitherto largely unknown physician and litterateur by the name of Masih of Tabriz (fl. late 1720s), who was active during the last years of centralized Safavid rule ...
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IFEA Histoire 2020-2021 The Coal Heavers’ Strike in Istanbul (1910): A Case Study in the Politics of the Constitutional Period

In the autumn of 1910, coal heavers in Istanbul, more than a thousand men, predominantly Kurdish, went on strike. Disrupting sea transportation in the capital and leading to the unlawful police detainment of ringleaders, the strike turned into a major incident that elicited a variety of political responses. Focusing on this strike as a case study, this presentation examines the political sphere in general and the politics of labor activism in particular as they existed at the turn of the twentieth century in the Ottoman Empire.   The presentation will first reconstruct the history of the strike through ...
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IFEA Histoire 2020-2021 Scholar-Bureaucrats and the Making of the Early Modern Ottoman Empire: Bearers of Authority, Legitimacy, and Expertise

In the pre-modern Ottoman Empire, a large group of Muslim scholars, specialists of Islamic religious knowledge, constituted a significant branch of the Ottoman bureaucracy. In addition to participating in the transmission of religious knowledge and providing religious guidance, these scholars acted as the agents of the sultans’ government, serving as judges, financial officials, administrative investigators, diplomats, etc. They pursued a career in government service, climbing up a ladder of hierarchically organized positions with regular promotions. The functions they fulfilled and the form of their relationship with the government distinguished these scholars from their predecessors and their contemporary colleagues. They were ...
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