Events

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Turkey as a 'Model' of Muslim Authoritarianism?

On Thursday, January 27 at 11 AM ET, George Washington University's Institute for Middle East Studies will host a virtual conversation with Halil Yenigun (San Jose State University) and Marlene Laurelle (GWU) on the deterioration of Turkey's democracy via a slow build-up of autocracy beginning in the earliest days of Erdoğan’s tenure.

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Past Events

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

Academic Displacement: Latest Developments and Mitigation Strategies

Capitalism, Islamism, and the State: Turkey's Shifting Political Economy

Repercussions of Displacement in the Academy and Beyond

Surviving and Thriving on the Margins: How Syrian Women & the Palestinian Minority in Israel Challenge Marginality

Women's Filmmaking in the Aftermath of the Uprisings

Politics of Debt and Financial Inclusion in Turkey

Ten Years On: Displacement, Disruption, and Scholarly Production in the Aftermath of Uprisings

The Negev Bedouin: Emptied Lands and Displaced People