Moving Stones. Europe’s Neolithic Bridge: Anatolia

En bref

L'IFEA est un Institut de recherche français en Turquie. Dépendant du MEAE et du CNRS, il a pour vocation de faciliter, de fédérer et d'impulser des recherches en sciences humaines et sociales. C'est une structure de services et d'accueil des chercheurs. L'institut propose une programmation scientifique ouverte au public. 

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INTRODUCTIVE PANEL
Nathalie Clayer, François Georgeon, Fabio Giomi

I. KEMALISM AS TRANSNATIONAL PRODUCT
Discussants: François Georgeon, Elise Massicard

Turkey, the Single-Party State, and the Fashion of Fascism
Howard Eissenstat (St. Lawrence University)

A Transnational Venture: the Kemalist Linguistic Racialism
Emmanuel Szurek (ENS, CETOBAC-EHESS)

The Transnational Construction of Kemalist Population Politics Through the Medical Discourse
Ece Zerman (Boğaziçi University)

Kemalism: A Precursor to the Ideology of the Third Worldist National Movements
Burak Eskiasmaci (Ege University)

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II. LOCAL CONFIGURATIONS
Discussants : Anne-Laure Dupont, Hamit Bozarslan

Debating Modern Muslim Community in Interwar Bulgaria: Pro-Kemalists, the Office of the Chief Müftü, and the Bulgarian State
Anna M. Mirkova (Old Dominion University)

Post-Imperial and Transnational Dynamics in the Domestication of Laws : The Albanian Civil Code and the Turkish Example
Nathalie Clayer (CETOBAC-EHESS-CNRS)

The Specter of Kemalism in Post-Ottoman Iraq: Ethnographic Notes on the Nationalist Turkmen Movement
Guldem Baykal Buyuksarac (George Washington University)

The Kemalist Cultural Revolutions in the Crown Colony of Cyprus: Implementation and Modification
Béatrice Hendrich (University of Cyprus)

III. KEMALISM AND THE BODY
Discussants: Bernard Heyberger, Nicolas Camélio

The Matter of What's on One's Head: Egypt and Kemalism, 1882-1932
Wilson Chacko Jakob (Concordia University)

A Women's Affair?
Kemalism and the Reshaping of Femininity among Bosnian Muslims
Fabio Giomi (CETOBAC-EHESS]

Kemalism, the Inspiration That Could not Be a Model. Physical Education in Interwar Albania in a Transnational Perspective
Falma Fshazi (Boğaziçi University - CETOBAC-EHESS]

CONCLUSIONS