• Atelier - Anatolian Rivers between East and West : The Cultural Aspects of Rivers - 29/9/2017 (3)

    Vendredi 29 septembre 2017 à l'IFEA
    Atelier Anatolian Rivers between East and West: Axes and Frontiers
    La langue de communication est l'anglais

    Inscription en ligne avant le 28/9 à midi : https://www.inscription-facile.com/form/Uxk1L7ziwqmW5jYkEDb4

    Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies) – Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate), Turkey

    Hydronymy, beliefs, religious practices, and mythology will be discussed. This shall contribute to a better understanding of the relationship between human communities and their environment.

    Online mandatory inscription, until 28/9 midday : http://bit.ly/fleuves

    Organizing committee

    • Anca DAN, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique – École normale supérieure, labex TransferS, Paris
    • Sait BAŞARAN, Istanbul University, Professor Emeritus – Director of the Ainos excavations
    • Dominique KASSAB TEZGÖR, Bilkent University, Ankara
    • Nino INAISHVILI, Niko Berdzenishvili Institute, Shota Rustaveli State University, Batumi
    • Stéphane LEBRETON, Université d’Artois, Arras

    Supported by

    • Labex TransferS de l’École normale supérieure (Paris)
    • Institut Français d’Études Anatoliennes (Istanbul)
    • Enez Kazisi Baskanligi (Enez)
    • Université d’Artois (Arras)
    • Bilkent University (Ankara)
    • Shota Rustaveli University (Batumi)
  • B. Balcı & T. Liles - Turkey and the Caucasus, Mutual interests and influences in the post-Soviet era

    Bayram Balcı, Thomas Liles, “Turkey and the Caucasus, Mutual interests and influences in the post-Soviet era”, in Galina M. Yemelianova, Laurence Broers, Routledge Handbook of the Caucasus,Routledge, 2020

    The Routledge Handbook of the Caucasus offers an integrated, multidisciplinary overview of the historical, ethnolinguistic, cultural, socio-economic and political complexities of the Caucasus. Covering both the North and South Caucasus, the book gathers together leading Western, Caucasian and Russian scholars of the region from different disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Following a thorough introduction by the editors, the handbook is divided into six parts which combine thematic and chronological principles:

      • Place, peoples and culture
      • Political history
      • The contemporary Caucasus: politics, economics and societies
      • Conflict and political violence
      • The Caucasus in the wider world
      • Societal and cultural dynamics.

    This handbook will be an essential reference work for scholars interested in Russian and Eastern-European studies, Eurasian history and politics, and religious and Islamic studies.