• Anatolia moderna - Yeni anadolu, Tome 1

    Anatolia Moderna - Yeni Anadolu Tome 1, 1991 https://www.persee.fr/issue/anatm_1297-8094_1991_num_1_1
    La revue d'histoire Anatolia Moderna publiée par l'IFEA entre 1991 et 2004 est désormais disponible en open access dans son intégralité sur le portail
    Les articles sont disponibles pour une lecture en ligne ou un téléchargement au format PDF.
  • Anne Krebs et Franck Mermier - The Louvre Abu Dhabi: A Clash of Cosmopolitanisms?

    Krebs, Anne, & MERMIER Franck. (2019). "Louvre Abu Dhabi: a Clash of Cosmopolitanisms?". In Vincenzo Cicchelli, Sylvie Octobre and Viviane Riegel (Eds.) Louvre Abu Dhabi: a Clash of Cosmopolitanisms?. Leiden, Nederland: Brill. doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004411487_015

    Gathering scholars from five continents, this edited book displaces the elitist image of cosmopolitan as well as the blame addressed to aesthetic cosmopolitanism often considered as merely cosmetic. By considering aesthetic cosmopolitanism as a tool to understand how individuals and social groups appropriate the sphere of culture in a global world, the authors are concerned with its operationalization on two strongly interwoven levels, macro and micro, structural and individual. Based on the discussion of theoretical perspectives and empirically grounded research (qualitative and quantitative, conducted in many countries), this volume unveils new insights, on tourism and food, architecture and museums, TV series and movies, rock, K-pop and samba, by providing resources for making sense of aesthetic preferences in a global perspective.

  • 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, N. Monceau (eds.) Turkey, Russia and Iran in the Middle East. Establishing a New Regional Order

    B. Balcı, N. Monceau (eds.) Turkey, Russia and Iran in the Middle East. Establishing a New Regional Order [The Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy], Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan 2021. ISBN: 978-3-030-80290-5

    This book explores the complexity of the Syrian question and its effects on the foreign policies of Russia, Iran, and Turkey. The Syrian crisis has had a major effect on the regional order in the Middle East. Syria has become a territory where the rivalry between Russia and Western powers is being played out, and with the West’s gradual withdrawal, the conflict will without a doubt have lasting effects locally and on the international order. This collection focuses on the effects of the Syrian crisis on the new governance of the Middle East region by three political regimes: Russia, Iran, and Turkey. Many articles and a number of books have been written on this conflict, which has lasted over ten years, but no publication has examined simultaneously and comparatively how these three states are participating in the shared management of the Syrian conflict.

  • L’influence grandissante de la Turquie dans le Caucase et en Asie centrale

    BALCI Bayram, "L’influence grandissante de la Turquie dans le Caucase et en Asie centrale", Les grands dossiers de Diplomatie 63, Géopolitique de la Turquie, Août-Septembre 2021

    Si, de manière générale, le rôle de la Turquie en Asie centrale et dans le Caucase est davantage culturel et commercial, on assiste également depuis quelques années à l’émergence d’une influence turque politique et même militaire, notamment dans le Caucase, comme a pu le montrer le rôle d’Ankara dans le second conflit du Karabagh.

  • S. Kaya - La réfraction politique du champ judiciaire en Turquie

    Sümbül Kaya, "La réfraction politique du champ judiciaire en Turquie" in Dynamiques des tournants autoritaires, Maya Collombon et Lilian Mathieu (dir.), Les croquants, sociopo, Août 2021.

    Russie, Turquie, Brésil, Pologne, Venezuela, Nicaragua… La liste s’allonge des pays connaissant un tournant autoritaire. Accroissement de la répression, restriction des libertés publiques et mise sous tutelle de nombreux secteurs sociaux participent d’un durcissement généralisé des modes de gouvernement, qui semble aujourd’hui affecter y compris les démocraties les plus anciennes et les plus solides. 

    L’ambition de cet ouvrage est de renouveler la question classique de l’autoritarisme, en repérant plutôt les processus qui font évoluer – parfois louvoyer – certains régimes de la démocratie vers un exercice brutal ou arbitraire du pouvoir. Les tournants autoritaires sont ici appréhendés sur le registre non de la rupture mais de la reconfiguration : les différents cas historiques ou contemporains présentés substituent la temporalité moyenne d’une recomposition des régimes politiques dans et par laquelle il est possible d’abuser du pouvoir.

  • S. Kaya, B. Balcı - Ideological Interventions in the Covid-19 Health Crisis in Turkey by Power, Politics, and Religion

    S. Kaya, B. Balcı - "Ideological Interventions in the Covid-19 Health Crisis in Turkey by Power, Politics, and Religion", Turkish Policy Quarterly 20(2) NATO in the Next Decade: Challenges and Opportunities, 2021. 

    This article aims at analyzing the various ideological interventions, prompted by the pandemic in Turkey, in the fields of power, politics, and religion. In the context of a country where politics and religion are intimately connected, and of a particular Turkish experience with few parallels in the Muslim world, our investigation will be two-fold: how to calculate the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on the Turkish political field, and secondly, how has the religious world reacted in backing up politics in this crisis. We shall be investigating the effects of the crisis on the established power, and on the orientations of national and international policy in a health crisis. Lastly, we need to examine the role of religion in the management of the crisis. First, however, let us look at the state of the country when the crisis first hit Turkey.