Religion as a source of Belonging
PROF. YEŞİM BAYAR
Le jeudi 10 octobre 2013, la bibliothèque U2-U3 accueille Pinar Selek pour une soirée découverte autour de son roman La Maison du Bosphore (Liana Levi), paru en avril dernier. La soirée débutera à 18h par une séance de dédicaces organisée en partenariat avec la librairie du Quai des Brumes. Elle se poursuivra à 19h par une rencontre-lecture autour du roman, animée par Pascal Maillard, enseignant à la Faculté des lettres de l’université. Les échanges seront ponctués d’intermèdes musicaux ; un joueur de doudouk interprètera notamment des musiques traditionnelles turques.
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1 Democratization processes in defective democracies: the case of Turkey-Carmen Rodríguez, Antonio Avalos, Hakan Yılmaz and Ana I. Planet
2 The Formation of Citizenship in Turkey – Ibrahim Saylan
3 Two Steps Forward One Step Back: Turkey’s Democratic Transformation – İlter Turan
4 The International Context of Democratic Reform in Turkey – William Hale
Part I: Political Society
5 Party System and Democratic Consolidation in Turkey: Problems and Prospects – Sabri Sayarı
6 What did They Promise for Democracy and What Did They Deliver? – Işık Gürleyen
Part II: Civil Society
7 Democratic Consolidation and Civil Society in Turkey – Fuat Keyman and Tuba Kancı
8 Democratization in Turkey from a Gender Perspective – Pınar İlkaracan
9 The Istanbul Art Scene – A Social System? – Marcus Graf
Part III: Economic Arena
10 Deepening Neo-liberalisation and the Changing Welfare Regime in Turkey: Mutations of a Populist “Sub-Optimal” Democracy – Mine Eder
Part IV: State Apparatus
11 New Public Administration in Turkey – Süleyman Sözen
12 Determinants of Tax Evasion by Households: Evidence from Turkey- Ali Çarkoğlu and Fikret Adaman 13 From Tutelary Powers and Interventions to Civilian Control: an Overview of Turkish Civil-Military Relations since the 1920s – Yaprak Gürsoy
14 The Judiciary – Ergun Özbudun
Part V: Rule of Law
15 Democracy, Tutelarism and the Search for a New Constitution – Ergun Özbudun
16 Human Rights in Turkey – Senem Aydın
17 The Paradox of Equality: Subjective Attitudes Towards basic Rights in Turkey – Ayşen Candaş Bilgen and Hakan Yılmaz
18 The Kurdish Question: Law, Politics and the Limits of Recognition – Dilek Kurban
19 Non- Muslim Minorities in the Democratization Process of Turkey – Samim Akgönül
20 Democratization in Turkey? Insights from the Alevi Issue – Elise Massicard
21 The Political Economy of the media and its impact on the freedom of expression in Turkey – Ceren Sözeri
Some Observations on Turkey’s Democratization Process – Carmen Rodríguez, Antonio Avalos, Hakan Yılmaz and Ana I. Planet
In Cooperation with Sedef Sertkan and Zsófia Windisch
Collection: Wiener Islamstudien – volume 4
Année de publication: 2013
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2013. 346 pp., 5 tables
ISBN 978-3-631-64586-4 hb. (Hardcover)
Through history, Islam was the dominant religion and source of legitimation for ruling entities in diverse contexts where cultures and religions thrived in harmony. Today, the presence of Muslims as citizens in secular societies poses challenges, either by belonging to minorities in Western countries with long secular traditions or by comprising minority or majority populations in post-communist East European and Central Asian societies, where secular values are being revised. As Muslims reconceive the role of religion in their lives in those contexts, Islamic education acquires importance. It assists the young, especially adolescents, in learning to identify more fully with local realities with the intention of building sense of inner connectedness through which they may truly take part in and be of service to society. The contributors to this volume explore how the religious and secular, as well as the traditional and modern intersect in Islamic educational institutions that benefit Muslims and their societies by averting extremism and promoting cohesion.
Margaret Rausch: Introduction: Secularism and Islamic Education in Western and Post-Communist Societies –
Ednan Aslan: Approaches to the Concept of Secularism from the Perspective of Muslims –
Samim Akgönül: Religious Education and Education about Religion: Preliminary Reflections –
Eileen M. Daily: Catholic Religious Education in the Secular Society of the United States –
Margaret Rausch: Secularism and the Muslim Presence in the United States –
Martin Rothgangel: Religious Education in Secular Germany from an Evangelical Perspective –
Aysun Yasar: Islamic Instruction in Public Schools in Germany: Expectations and Challenges –
Johan Meuleman: Islam and Education in the Netherlands –
Jenny Berglund: Islamic Education in Sweden –
Muhamed Ali: Educational Activities of Turkey in the Balkans in the Post-Cold War Period –
Vitalii Khromets: Islamic Education in Ukraine: Challenges and Future –
Denys Brylov: Islamic Education Between Tradition and Modernization: The Ukrainian Example –
Nedzad Grabus: Islamic Cultural Centers in a Secular Society: Mosque Building in Ljubljana –
Dmitry Shmonin: Theology in Secular and Denominational Universities in Contemporary Russia: Problems and Prospects for the Development of Religious Education –
Makhach Musayev: Islamic Education in Dagestan –
Leyla Almazova: Islamic Education in Contemporary Tatarstan –
Lala Aliyeva: A History of Islamic Education in Azerbaijan –
Anisa Borubaeva: The Situation of Religion and Education in Kyrgyzstan – Zaur G. Djalilov: Islamic Education in Kazakhstan.
Sous la direction de Samim Akgönül et Beril Dedeoğlu
L’Harmattan, collection "compétences interculturelles", 2013
Avec les textes de
Stéphane DE TAPIA
In The Minority Concept in the Turkish Context, Samim Akgönül presents a conceptual discussion of the term ‘minority’ from various perspectives, most notably history, sociology and political science. The concept of minority has a specific understanding in the Turkish political, sociological and legal context due to the Ottoman Millet system approach. The conceptual discussion is illustrated by three case studies: religious minorities in Turkey that are the result of the elimination policies during the Turkish nation building process, Muslim minorities in Greece as heritage of the Ottoman domination until the 20th century, and new minorities originating from Turkey and living in France as the result of the Turkish immigration of 1960′s and following decades
Uzman bir akademisyen grubu tarafından hazırlanan bu yapıt, bugüne değin yazılmış en hacimli ve ayrıntılı Türk Dış Politikası kitabıdır…
Ama bu iki ciltlik çalışma yalnızca meslekten olanlara, uzmanlara hitap etmiyor. Çünkü onu anlamak için uluslararası ilişkiler eğitimi görmüş olmak gerekmiyor; meraklı bir okur olmak yeterli.
Öncelikle, uzmanlık jargonundan kaçınarak, rahat bir dille kaleme alındı. İkincisi, dış politika, toplumsal olaylarla, iç politikayla ve uluslararası gelişmelerle harmanlanmış biçimde ayağı yere bastırılarak anlatıldı. Üçüncüsü, özel bilgi gerektirebilecek bütün terim ve kavramlar metinlerin içinde yer alan küçük “kutu”larda açıklandı.
İktisat’tan hukuk’a, sosyoloji’den coğrafya’ya, iç politika’dan siyasal tarih’e, strateji’den ekonomi politik’e, dinler tarihi’ne kadar on dört yan dala yayılan bu kutularıyla ve anlattığı dönemlere ilişkin geniş görsel malzemesiyle bu yapıt, bir “Uluslararası İlişkiler Ansiklopedisi” niteliğinde.
Türk dış politikasını, bir resmî görüşe ya da herhangi bir siyasal dogmatizme bağlı kalmadan, bütün boyutlarıyla, bütün verileri ve gerçekliğiyle irdeleyen temel bir başvuru kaynağı sunuyoruz.
Türk Dış Politikası
CİLT III: 2001-2012
Bu üçüncü cilt, Türkiye’de çok ihtiyaç duyulan bir ansiklopedik kitap: Son on yılı 360° fotoğraflayan bir “İzahlı-İçtihatlı Almanak”. 11 Eylül kargaşası içinde filizlenen yeni küresel dünyanın doğuşuyla başlıyor. Sonra uzun uzadıya tahlil ettiği AKP’nin Türkiye’yi dönüştürmesini masaya yatırıyor; asker, demokrasi, yargı, Kürt, Ermeni meselelerini apayrı bir kitap oluşturacak boyut ve nitelikte veriyor. Nihayet Türkiye’nin bölgesel hatta küresel güç olma iddiasını, “sıfır sorun” politikasının gelişimini ve son durumunu, çevredeki bütün bölge, komşu ve uluslararası kuruluşlarla ilişkilerini ayrıntılı biçimde anlatıyor. Kısaca, son on yılda Türkiye’de ne yaşanmışsa hepsi rahat anlaşılır bir dille bir arada…
This book, together with a complementary volume ‘Religion in Consumer Society’, focuses on religion, neoliberalism and consumer society; offering an overview of an emerging field of research in the study of contemporary religion. Claiming that we are entering a new phase of state-religion relations, the editors examine how this is historically anchored in modernity but affected by neoliberalization and globalization of society and social life. Seemingly distant developments, such as marketization and commoditization of religion as well as legalization and securitization of social conflicts, are transforming historical expressions of ‘religion’ and ‘religiosity’ yet these changes are seldom if ever understood as forming a coherent, structured and systemic ensemble.
‘Religion in the Neoliberal Age’ includes an extensive introduction framing the research area, and linking it to existing scholarship, before looking at four key issues: 1. How changes in state structures have empowered new modes of religious activity in welfare production and the delivery of a range of state services; 2. How are religion-state relations transforming under the pressures of globalization and neoliberalism; 3. How historical churches and their administrations are undergoing change due to structural changes in society, and what new forms of religious body are emerging; 4. How have law and security become new areas for solving religious conflicts. Outlining changes in both the political-institutional and cultural spheres, the contributors offer an international overview of developments in different countries and state of the art representation of religion in the new global political economy.
Contents: Preface; Introduction: religion in market society, François Gauthier, Tuomas Martikainen and Linda Woodhead; Part I Religions in the New Political Economy: Entrepreneurial spirituality and ecumenical alterglobalism: two religious responses to global neoliberalism, Joanildo A. Burity; Making religion irrelevant: the ‘resurgent religion’ narrative and the critique of neo-liberalism, James V. Spickard; The decline of the parishes and the rise of city churches: the German Evangelical Church in the age of neoliberalism, Jens Schlamelcher; Catholic Church civil society activism and the neoliberal government project of migrant integration in Ireland, Breda Gray; Faith, welfare, and the formation of the modern American Right, Jason Hackworth. Part II Political Governance of Religion: Neoliberalism and the privatization of welfare and religious organizations in the United States of America, David Ashley and Ryan Sandefer; Multilevel and pluricentric network governance of religion, Tuomas Martikainen; Regulating religion in a neoliberal context: the transformation of Estonia, Ringo Ringvee; Neoliberalism and counterterrorism laws: impact on Australian Muslim community organizations, Agnes Chong; From implicitly Christian to neoliberal: the moral foundations of Canadian law exposed by the case of prostitution, Rachel Chagnon and François Gauthier; Religious freedom and neoliberalism: from harm to cost-benefit, Lori G. Beaman; Bibliography; Index.