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Lecture: “Building a Conspiratorial Universe in Cold War Turkey: Serdengeçti and Sebilürreşad” with Güldeniz Kıbrıs (virtual)
April 19, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Güldeniz Kıbrıs has received her BA from Koç University International Relations, and MA from Modern History, Sabancı University. She has just submitted her Ph.D. dissertation at Leiden University, Department of History & Turkish Studies about the reproduction of nationalist political myths in Cold War Turkey. She taught about nationalism, political ideologies, history of Europe, Turkish politics, political culture, migration, history of modern Turkey, and the history of civilizations. Her research interests include political culture, history and politics of space, nationalism and international relations, historical approaches to communication studies, history of everyday life, and historical approaches to law.
Sponsored by Duke Libraries and Duke Middle East Studies Center.