Department of Archaeology Newsletter Fall 2022 Thanks to student interest and energy, our second Archaeology Department’s Newsletter has been published. It is now posted online: http://arkeo.bilkent.edu.tr/newsletter_9-2022.pdf We are grateful to the students, alumni, instructors and friends of the department who have shared their interests, research, memories or hobbies. + GOOGLE CALENDAR+ ICAL EXPORT
Articles by: Saylan Davutoglu
Sandrine Bergès has received an Emma Goldman Snowball award from the Flax Foundation. The award recognizes talented and innovative scholars working on feminist and inequality issues. Professor Bergès was nominated by the renowned scholar Ingrid Robeyns for her work on the history of feminism and women philosophers. This year’s awards were presented at a ceremony at the Vienna Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) on 6 September 2022.
Department of Archaeology Newsletter Fall 2021 Thanks to student interest and energy, the Archaeology Department’s Newsletter has come back to life. The Fall issue is now posted online: http://arkeo.bilkent.edu.tr/newsletter_10-2021.pdf. A Spring issue is being planned.
Faculty member wins young scientist award Nazim Keven has been awarded the Science Academy’s Young Scientist Award (BAGEP) for 2020. The aim of the award is to reward the best young academics and to support them in conducting new studies.
Bilkent University, Program in Cultures, Civilizations & Ideas will be hosting a talk by: Dr. Mali Skotheim, NEH Fellow, American Research Institute in Turkey Date: Monday, April 14th, 2019 Time: 18:00 Location: G-160 Seminar Room Title: The Greek Dramatic Festivals in Roman Asia Minor Description: Greek drama originated at the Dionysia in Athens in the late […]
Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to a talk sponsored by the Department of American Culture and Literature. Speaker: John Macintosh (University of Maryland-College Park) “Immaterial Labor, Restaurant Work, and Stewart O Nan s Last Night at the Lobster” Abstract: The idea that work has become newly precarious dominates discussions of labor today. Responding […]