A lecture by Dr. İdil Üçer Karababa, Istanbul Bilgi University, Department of Interior Design
Time is 7 pm (UTC+3) in Ankara, or noon EDT (New York)
A lecture in Turkish with Dr. Berk Kesim, Abdullah Gül Üniversitesi, Şehir ve Bölge Planlama
A lecture with Dr. Ümit Kurt, a fellow at the Polonsky Academy in the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and teaching in the Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
A lecture in Turkish with Prof. Dr. Nur Urfalıoğlu, Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi, Mimarlık Tarihi.
A lecture by Dr. Ela Alanyalı Aral, Department of Architecture, Middle East Technical University, as the first in the 42nd Annual Lecture Series: Art and Archaeology in Turkey. The event is cosponsored with the Turkish American Association (TAA) – Türk Amerikan Derneği (TAD).
A lecture by Dr. Nathan Young, Ohio State University. Dr. Young demonstrates how sentiments for small-scale, rural lifeways continue to shape Turkish identity and national formation.
Presented by Naz Yücel, this study looks at the financial underpinnings of the Hamidian regime that enabled its sustenance for over three decades, with a focus on the Sultan’s Privy Purse, and the property and concessions Sultan Abdulhamid II acquired. Cosponsored with the Istanbul Friends of ARIT.
An online lecture on the excavation and study of a small Greek merchant ship that sank off the Aegean coast of Turkey around 425 B.C. presented by Dr. Deborah Carlson, INA.
A discussion of how we understand and engage with Islamic art, presented by Dr. Wendy M. K. Shaw, Professor of the Art History of Islamic cultures at the Free University Berlin.