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New Book

THE FIRST TEN YEARS OF THE TURKISH REPUBLIC THRU THE REPORTS OF AMERICAN DIPLOMATS

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Prepared and Annotated by Rıfat N. Bali
Other Informations 2009 196 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-379-2
Price 25.00 USD

Introduction 1. G. Howland Shaw, “An Intellectualistic Interpretation of Modern Turkey” (September 12, 1924) 2. G. Howland Shaw, “A Realistic Interpretation of Modern Turkey” (May 22, 1925) 3. Joseph C. Grew on the “Menemen incident” (February 24, 1931) 4. G. Howland Shaw, “Three Turkish Problems” (July 27, 1931) 5. G. Howland Shaw, “The Palace Mentality and other Turkish Problems” (September 8, 1931) 6. G. Howland Shaw, “Turkish language” (April 19, 1932) 7. G. Howland Shaw “Ankara – 1932. An Informal Survey” (May 5, 1932) 8. Eugen M. Hinkle, “Cevat – The Portrait of a Turkish Petty Official” (September 6, 1932) 9. G. Howland Shaw, “Juvenile Delinquency in Turkey” (September 7, 1932) 10. G. Howland Shaw, “The Istanbul Central Prison and Its Inmates” (September 14, 1932) 11. G. Howland Shaw, “Turkey New Year’s Day, 1933” (December 27, 1932) 12. G. Howland Shaw, “A Note on Religion in Turkey” (July 14, 1933) 13. Robert D. Coe, “Women in Turkey” (March 31, 1935) 14. Anonymous Report: “Angora Notes”.15. Robert D. Coe, “Ankara” (October 1, 1934) 16. Report by J.V.A. MacMurray (June 3, 1936)

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Launch of NMR

Nordic Migration Research

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International migration and ethnic relations are fundamental issues in Nordic societies today. They currently bring challenges to politics, policy making and academic research which need to be met with a multidisciplinary and international framework. Nordic countries vary in migrant numbers, countries of origin, years of residence, integration policies and public attitudes. The common Nordic ground and some demographical and historical differences however make research collaboration very rewarding. 

Increased migration due to reasons originating both outside and within the Nordic countries and Europe will influence these societies a great deal in the near future. To provide comprehensive knowledge for academics, policy makers and publics researchers aim to establish a Nordic Research Network for international migration and ethnic relations (IMER). Later changed to Nordic Migration Research (NMR). For more information on NMR read…

 

 

 

 
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CALL FOR RESEARCH PROPOSALS

MiReKoc CALL FOR RESEARCH PROPOSALS, 2009-2010

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Enclosed please find the files, concerning the fifth round of MiReKoc Call for Research Proposals on Turkey-related migration issues. As you know, the Migration Research Program at Koç University (MiReKoc, http://www.mirekoc.com) a jointly initiated grant-giving program by Koç University (Istanbul) and Foundation for Population, Migration and Environment (Zurich) and invites researchers working on Turkey and migration issues to present their research proposals to the MiReKoc Administration.The Program holds its fifth call for research proposals and calls researchers and scholars to send their research proposals to the MiReKoc Administration until April 17, 2009.

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Mirekoç Grand Application Form 2009

 

 

 
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