2ND CHANGING TURKEY WORKSHOP seeks for PhD students and junior scholars to present their methodological approaches to social and political phenomena in Turkey. What research methods are more useful in studying Turkey? What are the difficulties a social scientist faces while interviewing people, surveying, and observing social and political life in Turkey? How can social and political change be measured in the country, which is mainly perceived as permanently in flux?
Please send your abstracts (max. 200 words) to CHANGINGTURKEY@GMAIL.COM
Deadline for proposals is 7th January 2011.
The workshop will be held in the last week of January 2011 at Royal Holloway campus in Egham.
For info about the scholarly events (co-)organized by Changing Turkey in a Changing World, please see the heading 'Academic workshops' at ChangingTurkey.com
Didem Buhari and Baris Gulmez
Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of Politics and International Relations
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