History Takes Place: Istanbul – Dynamics of Urban Change, ed. by Anna Hofmann/Ayşe Öncü.
Wendnesday, 14 September 2016, 4.45 p.m.
Asien-Afrika-Institut, Universität Hamburg, Room 221
Panel discussion (English) with Hendrik Bohle, Architect (Berlin); Vivienne Marquart, Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Halle/Saale) and Özge Sezer, Technical University Berlin.
Presentation: Michael Thumann (DIE ZEIT).
ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius in cooperation with the TürkeiEuropaZentrum (TEZ), Universität Hamburg
History Takes Place: Istanbul seeks to open up a new perspective on Istanbul, not throughnarrative or typical images of East and West, but through a series of spontaneous shots. Contributions by young academics from various disciplines – history, cultural and social sciences, as well as geography, architecture, and urban planning – address contested histories and memories, experiences of home and exile, or of exclusion and resistance in the public sphere. The reader is invited to rethink the relationship between the “historical past” and the “ethnographic present” and at the same time to see how “history” is always in the making in Istanbul.
What a pleasure to scroll through this opulently illustrated book on a gesture controlled screen: Wonders of Creation!
Official opening of the exhibition: 15.09.2016, 7 pm!
Look forward for the exhibition catalogue “Wonders of Creation: Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections” (ed. by Janina Karolewski/Yavuz Köse), with 30 contributing authors and numerous illustrations. All participants of the Turkologentag will receive a copy!
Your are cordially invited to the official opening of the exhibition “Wonders of Creation: Ottoman Manuscripts from Hamburg Collections – Wunder der erschaffenen Dinge: Osmanische Manuskripte in Hamburger Sammlungen” on Thursday, 15 September at 7 pm. For details see: Invitation Exhibition “Wonders of Creation”
The ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius awards travel grants for undergraduate and graduate students who will participate in the Turkologentag 2016. The ZEIT-Stiftung and the Turkologentag aim to support students who have neither travel scholarships nor funding from their universities. The applicants must be presenting or co-presenting a paper at the Turkologentag 2016.
Value of the Travel Grants
Germany/Austria: 100 Euro
Other EU-Countries: 200 Euro
Non-EU countries: 300 Euro
The award payment will made at the conference after presentation of supporting documents (ticket, receipt).
How do I apply?
Please send your abstract, a short CV and a note on your financial situation in one document (English) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application should not be longer than two pages. Please mention TRAVEL AWARD in the subject line of your mail.
Deadline: 15 July 2016
Applications will undergo review by a selection committee. Award recipients will be announced by the beginning of August 2016. They will also be recognized in the conference program and on the conference website.