Upcoming Events

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The Politics of Place and Memory: Exploring Human Rights with Homeira Qaderi and Asif Majid

On Monday, March 27 at 3:30 pm Eastern, the Georgetown Humanities Initiative will host Dr. Homeira Qaderi of Harvard University and Dr. Asif Majid of the University of Connecticut for a conversation on human rights, literature, and performing arts.

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Opposition Parties in Competitive Authoritarian Regimes: The Turkish Case

On Friday, March 31 at 12:30 pm Central, the Keyman Modern Turkish Studies Program at Northwestern University will host Dr. Nihat Celik of San Diego State University and Dr. Bengi Gumrukcu of Rutgers University for this online panel.

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Past Events

An archive of previous events, with video recordings and photos where available.

Women and the Law in Syria: Intersectional Reading of Rights and Politics of Law

Cultural Production and Studies in Post-Conflict Settings

The Nation, the Taliban, and Authoritarianism: Developments in Afghanistan

Constraints on Politics, Education, and the Economy: Dispatches from the Region

Turkey's Public Banks in the Last Decade and Authoritarian Statecraft: A Long Covid Case

A Methodological Reflection on Sexual Violence in the Zone of the Armenian Genocide

Islamism, Muslim Nationalism, and Muslim Populism: The Changing Faces of Political Islam

New Multilateral Development Banks in Turkey and Brazil: Green Lending vs. Business as Usual

Syrian Displacement: Exploring Questions of Violence, Digital Media, and Belonging