Staging Freedom: Event, Narration, People

Alkaa
Alkaa kello
16.15
Päättyy
Päättyy kello
17.45
Paikka

Pinni B -building, lecture hall B1097, (Address: Kanslerinrinne 1)

IASR Lecture by Dr Mahmut Mutman

The recent coup in Turkey has put the Turkish Islamism on the agenda again. The roots of Islamism go as far as the 19th century. Although it appears to be an issue of cultural and religious difference, Islamism cannot be taken in isolation from global social and economic processes.

Particularly focusing on the nature of recent Turkish Islamism, this lecture argues that it brings to the fore fundamental questions of modern politics such as the concepts of people and freedom.


Welcome!

 

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IASR Lectures 2016-2017, Autumn

Time: On Tuesdays, at 16.15-17.45, starting from 20 September 2016
Place: Pinni B -building, Lecture Hall B1097


Programme

20.09. Staging Freedom: Event, Narration, People
Dr Mahmut Mutman, IASR

04.10.  Capturing life as it is lived: Research on social media use
Dr Christine Syrek, University of Trier

18.10. TBA
Professor emeritus Jorma Sipilä, IASR

01.11.  FINLAND 101: Where are we going?
Dr Heikki A. Kovalainen, IASR

15.11. TBA (pdf)
TBA

29.11. TBA
Dr Liina-Kaisa Tynkkynen, IASR

13.12. TBA
Dr Ilkka Pietilä, IASR


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What is the IASR? – The Institute for Advanced Social Research, IASR) is the research collegium of the University of Tampere. It grants annually one- or two-year research positions for Professorial Fellows, Senior Fellows and Postdoctoral Fellows studying society to promote high-level multidisciplinary research and international interaction in the university.

What are the IASR Lectures? – The IASR Lectures is a series of Studia
Generalia Lectures in the Study of Society, which the University of
Tampere Institute for Advanced Social Research organizes bimonthly.

IASR Lectures are given by research fellows as well as distinguished guests of the institute. Please check the IASR website www.uta.fi/iasr/ and bulletin boards regularly. Most doctoral tudents can also get 2 ECTS for attending a minimum of six IASR Lectures, altogether 6 ECTS at the maximum. These 2 ECTS for attending 6 lectures can be earned during two successive terms.

IASR Lectures 2016-2017, Fall
 

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