The yearly GTOT Membership is 50.- € for regular members, 25.- € for students and unemployed and 100.- € for institutions. By becoming a member of GTOT you profit from reduced conference fees. Save up to 50.- € by becoming a member prior to your registration.
Conference fees Turkologentag 2016
September 2015-April 2016
Mai – June 2016
July – September 2016
|40.- €||60.- €||70.- €|
|GTOT-Member* Students||5.- €||10.- €||15.- €|
|100.- €||110.- €||120.- €|
|40.- €||45.- €||50.- €|
The Society of Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Gesellschaft für Turkologie, Osmanistik und Türkeiforschung, GTOT) is an academic umbrella organisation and special interest group founded in Istanbul, June 2011. GTOT members are scholars and students of different disciplines.
GTOT members have backgrounds in philology, history, linguistics, social sciences, literary or cultural studies and work on Turkey, the Ottoman Empire, Central Asia and the Caucasus as well as on the languages and cultures, the history and present age of turkophone ethnic groups, dynasties and states and all ethnic groups living in these societies. Consequently, the Society has an interdisciplinary and trans-regional orientation.
It aims at being a forum for professional academic exchange. The foremost priority of Society of Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies is the advancement of research on this multifarious and geographically vast area and its representation in the public sphere and research politics. GTOT membership gives you access to the biannual, international conference ‘Turkologentag’ and the annual convention.
The conference registration includes access to the conference sessions, the keynote lecture delivered by Prof. Dr. Suraiya Faroqhi and the following reception, as well as coffee and beverages during the conference. With registration you are invited to attend the opening of the exhibition of Ottoman manuscripts in Hamburg and receive a free copy of the catalogue (English/German). Registration also includes access to reduced prices at the book fair and access to the party at ‘Golem’.