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  • 27
  • Kasım
    2019

Antiquities in the Modern Age: Power, Appropriation, and Display

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

27.11.2019 - 27.11.2019

The NIT invites you to the two lectures on the afterlife of antiquities by Ketty Iannantuono (Radboud University/ NIT&RMO fellow) and Dr. Mariëtte Verhoeven (Radboud University)."Collecting sculptures, displaying identities: Roman archaeological ...

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  • 20
  • Kasım
    2019

“Cosmopolitan” Beyoğlu and Its Diversity in Historical Context

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

20.11.2019 - 20.11.2019

This workshop, the fourth of the "Meetings on Diversity and the Livable City" series co-organized by the NIT and the Netherlands Consulate General in Istanbul, will concentrate on the changing patterns of diversity that have characterized Beyoğlu/ Pe ...

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  • 08
  • Kasım
    2019

Water, Waqf, and Philanthropy in Ottoman Cities (18th-20th century)

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

8.11.2019 - 8.11.2019

This workshop aims at bringing together scholars who study water supply in Ottoman cities from the angle of pious foundations as one of the main financing tools. The event will be held in the Anamed auditorium. To see the details, please visit here. ...

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  • 01
  • Kasım
    2019

The Declining Appearance of Turks and Turkey in Historic Board Games

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

1.11.2019

This lecture by Ömer Fatih Parlak (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) will explore the reflection of the Turk and Turkey in historic board games produced in Europe. The image of the Turk lost its thematic value in board games from the beginning ...

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  • 20
  • Eylül
    2019

No Seat At The Table: Narrating and visualizing urban displacement in Turkey and the Netherlands/ Türkiye ve Hollanda'daki kentsel yerinden edilmeyi çizgi romanla anlatmak

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

20.9.2019 - 20.9.2019

"No Seat At The Table", awarded by Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and supported by the NIT, is a graphic novel project dealing with one of the most poignant problems of our current cities. The project involves the collection and ...

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  • 03
  • Temmuz
    2019

Music of the Streets: Diversity and Claiming the Public Space/ Sokakların Müziği: Çeşitlilik ve Kamusal Alanı Sahiplenmek

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

3.7.2019 - 3.7.2019

The Netherlands Institute in Turkey has been organizing the event series titled "Meetings on Diversity and the Liveable City" throughout 2019 in collaboration with the Netherlands Consulate General in Istanbul. The second event of the series, which a ...

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  • 24
  • Mayıs
    2019

The Challenging of National Images by Contemporary Artists in Turkey

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

24.5.2019 - 24.5.2019

This lecture will address the construction of national images of Turkey and how those images have been given new meanings by contemporary artists over the past three decades. As can be seen in many nation states, symbols have also been created to rep ...

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  • 20
  • Mayıs
    2019

Hellenistic-Roman Commagene: New Research and Perspectives

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

20.5.2019 - 20.5.2019

Between 2016 and 2021 the NWO-funded VICI-project 'Innovating Objects. The impact of global connections and the formation of the Roman Empire (ca. 200-30 BC)' is conducted at Leiden University under the direction of Miguel John Versluys. In this symp ...

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  • 20
  • Mayıs
    2019

Beyond East & West. Nemrud Dağ and Hellenistic-Roman Commagene in its local and global Eurasian context

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

20.5.2019 - 20.5.2019

The Netherlands Institute in Turkey cordially invites you to the public lecture: "Beyond East & West. Nemrud Dağ and Hellenistic-Roman Commagene in its local and global Eurasian context" by Miguel John Versluys (Leiden University). The ancie ...

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  • 26
  • Nisan
    2019

Urban Encounters: Everyday Experience of Diversity in the City

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

26.4.2019 - 26.4.2019

The Netherlands Institute in Turkey and the Netherlands Consulate-General in Istanbul cordially invite you to the panel discussion:  Urban Encounters: Everyday Experience ofDiversity in the City The panel will take pla ...

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  • 15
  • Kasım
    2018

Repurposing the Built Environment: Intersections of Design, Sustainability and Livability

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

15.11.2018

Repurposing the buildings and urban complexes that have lost their original function – from individual buildings such as workplaces, schools or churches to former factories and complete harbour fronts – has gained popularity in recent decades in citi ...

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  • 22
  • Ekim
    2018

Debates about Morality and Moral Decline in the Ottoman Empire during World War I

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

22.10.2018

Image info: “Red-penciled” image of a woman at the river, in a copy of Kadınlar Alemi, 11 June 1914. Ottoman intellectuals of various ideological backgrounds continuously mentioned the problem of moral decline at the turn of the twentie ...

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  • 18
  • Eylül
    2018

NIT Lecture: The Sky over Babylon. Astronomy in Ancient Iraq

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

18.9.2018

Image: Babylonian astronomical tablet and night sky featuring Jupiter, Cover photo, Science Magazine, Vol 351, Issue 6272. Numerous clay tablets from Babylon and other sites in ancient Iraq written between 750 BCE and 75 AD inform us about ...

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  • 12
  • Eylül
    2018

NIT Lecture: Body Modification in Hittite Anatolia

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

12.9.2018

Image: Hittite Ivory Figurine (1400-1200 BC), British Museum, SOC.151In traditional societies, status differences are even more rigid and conspicuous than in industrial societies, so that whatever an individual’s body displays is very meaningful. In ...

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  • 29
  • Haziran
    2018

What is Prehistory? Gordon Childe, prehistory and politics

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

29.6.2018

Vere Gordon Childe (1892-1957) is widely credited for laying the foundations of European prehistory. More a political activist than a prehistorian at the beginning of his career, Childe started off as a man without aff ...

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  • 08
  • Mayıs
    2018

Homer, Troy and the Turks. Heritage and Identity in the Late Ottoman Empire, 1870-1915

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

8.5.2018

Homer's stories of Troy are part of the foundations of Western culture. What's less well known is that they also inspired Ottoman-Turkish cultural traditions. Yet even with all the historical and archaeological research into Homer and Troy, most scho ...

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  • 15
  • Mayıs
    2018

Rebuilding Identity, Memory and Material Culture in Post-War Syria

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

15.5.2018

Destruction of cultural heritage has escalated in Syria and Iraq as the ongoing armed conflict has spread to ancient cities. The violence of this conflict is not, or course, limited to the destruction of cultural property, and has first and foremost ...

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  • 02
  • Şubat
    2018

The Proof is in the Picture: Artistic Connections between Ottoman and Shaybanid (Uzbek) Centers in the late-16th Century

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

2.2.2018

The Shāhnāma, or Book of Kings originally written by the Persian poet Ferdowsi in the early 11th century CE, has generated a legacy of illuminated manuscripts chronicling the pre-Islamic history of Iran and Central Asia (Transoxiana). More broa ...

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  • 01
  • Eylül
    2018

‘Non-Istanbulites’ of Istanbul: The right to the city novels in Turkish literature from the 1960s to the present

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

1.9.2018

Photo source: eski.istanbulium.net Are there novels in modern Turkish literature depicting immigrants in Istanbul in a way compatible with the philosophical idea of the right to the city? If so, through which themes and with the use of w ...

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  • 31
  • Ekim
    2017

The Advent and Early Development of Paper Marbling in the Islamic World

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

31.10.2017

Known as ebru in Modern Turkish today, the earliest evidence for marbling paper dates to the late-fifteenth-century. It emerges from a context of prodigious and multifarious decorated paper production during the Timurid era. In this lecture, Ja ...

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  • 04
  • Ekim
    2017

The Dutch Women of Early Modern Istanbul

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

4.10.2017

The material culture of Europeans living in the Ottoman Empire has not been widely studied. Nor has the Dutch ‘nation’ of Istanbul received much attention by academics. This talk by Marloes Cornelissen focuses specifically on the women of thi ...

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  • 26
  • Eylül
    2017

Atatürk on Screen: Documentary Film and the Making of a Leader

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

26.9.2017

Based on extensive research in Turkish and foreign archives, this presentation illuminates the relationship between media and power, and more specifically the role of film in the making of Atatürk's myth and the modern Turkish nation-state in t ...

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  • 31
  • Mayıs
    2017

“Those wondrous pleasure spots”: Fountains in eighteenth-century Istanbul

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

31.5.2017

The monumental fountains of eighteenth-century Istanbul captured everyone’s attention. Ottoman poets, foreign travelers, and visual artists all marveled at their beauty and masterful craftsmanship, portraying them as wonderful pleasure spots. B ...

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  • 29
  • Nisan
    2017

NIT / Leiden University Turkish Studies in Istanbul Network Meeting

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

29.4.2017

On Saturday 29 April, the third NIT / Leiden University Turkish Studies in Istanbul Network Meeting will be held at the Netherlands Institute in Turkey, İstiklal Caddesi No:181, Beyoğlu, Turkey. At this meeting current and graduated PhD candida ...

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  • 26
  • Nisan
    2017

NIT Panel: Kentini Kaydet – Kendini Kaybetme! Alternatif Bellek Olarak Güncel Sanat ve Tiyatro

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

26.4.2017

Günümüz kentleri toplumsal hareket ve ilişkilerin kesişme noktalarıdır. Hızlı değişim, kentleri unutuş ve yabancılaşma mekanları yaparken, birbirleriyle yarışan kültürel tezatlar ve taleplerle bir arada yaşayabilmek için gerekli bakış açıları g ...

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  • 21
  • Nisan
    2017

NIT Lecture: Istanbul. A literary stroll

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

21.4.2017

Walking, strolling, running errands and getting lost in the streets: walking and Istanbul belong together. Also in literature. Some of the characters of the most well-known novels and short stories from Turkish literature ...

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  • 10
  • Şubat
    2017

Book Launch: Fountains and Water Culture in Byzantium

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

10.2.2017

This book launch co-organized by the Netherlands Institute in Turkey and the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul will be held on February 10 at the Swedish Institute in Istanbul.There will be introductions by Fokke Gerritsen (Netherlands Institute ...

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  • 16
  • Aralık
    2016

Klazomenai at the dawn of the Early Iron Age: preliminary results and interpretations of a new research project

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

16.12.2016

Recent years have seen an increasing archaeological and historical interest in Bronze and Iron Age Western Anatolia. In the wake of this development scholars have developed a range of new interpretative frameworks that challenge long-held views of th ...

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  • 08
  • Aralık
    2016

Barcın Höyük. Archaeological Investigations of a Neolithic Settlement (2007-2015)

Netherlands Institute in Turkey (Hollanda Araştırma Enstitüsü - NIT)

8.12.2016

This symposium presents the results of the excavations that took place at the Neolithic site of Barcın Höyük in the Yenişehir Valley between 2007 and 2015. The excavations aimed to find out more about the start of sedentary farming life in northwest ...

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