Study Türkiye Program ’11


The Study Turkiye Program is a curriculum development workshop for university and community college faculty. The program consists of three components: an annual full-day workshop in February, a 9 day trip to Turkey in June, and follow-up presentations in November of the same year. The February workshop is open to all who are interested and will provide more information about the application process for the Turkey trip. The combination of workshop learning, international travel, and follow-up presentations arms faculty with the tools to develop an engaging curriculum that deals with Turkey-related issues, such as Turkey’s political position in European and global contexts, women’s issues, Islam and religion in Turkey, economic affairs, arts, and architecture.

2011 Workshop Details (Part One)

The 2011 workshop presentations were made by experts from Loyola University, University of Chicago, Princeton University, Elmhurst College, Chicago Theological Union, and others. The following presentations are available to watch online.

Mustafa Kaya, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Chicago
History & Art of Turkey

Dr. Macia Hermanson, Professor of Islamic Studies, Loyola University of Chicago
Women, Gender, and Society in Turkey

Dr. Kadir Yildirim, Postdoctoral Fellow, Niehause Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University

A Century of Turkish Democracy

CLICK HERE to see a summary of the Study Turkiye 2011 Workshop Presentations

Itinerary and Course Description from 2011 program:

CLICK HERE to see Study Turkiye 2011 Trip Itinerary

CLICK HERE to see Study Turkiye – Group Journal 2011

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