17th AATT Graduate Student Pre-Conference in Turkish and Turkic Studies

17th AATT Graduate Student Pre-Conference in Turkish and Turkic Studies
November 27, 2022; 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm EST
via https://stanford.zoom.us/j/95126998294?pwd=UWxzYUpkckxqNUIycFlFQmpQTC8vUT09

Sponsored by University of Pennsylvania, ARIT, Georgetown University, University of Chicago, Nazarbayev University

All times are Eastern Standard Time

12:00 ‐ 12:15 pm: Opening Remarks
Uli Schamiloglu (AATT & Nazarbayev University)
Sylvia Önder (Georgetown University)

Chair:
Sylvia Önder (Georgetown University)
Discussant:
Harun Küçük (University of Pennsylvania)
12:15‐ 12:45 pm
“When Do Courts Constrain Democratic Backsliding? Uneven Patterns of Judicial Independence in Modern Turkey”
Andrew O’Donohue (Harvard University)
12:45‐ 1:15 pm
“Physical Displacement, Imperial Dislodgment: Ottoman and Republican Travelogues on the Russian Empire and Soviet Union”
Evan Alterman (Stanford University)
1:15‐ 1:45 pm
“The upward social mobility of the Istanbul kemençe: a story of intercommunal friendships and appropriation”
Dimitris Gkoulimaris (University of Texas at Austin)

Chair:
Chris Gratien (University of Virginia)
Discussant:
Roberta Micallef (Boston University)
1:45‐ 2:15 pm
“More Than Just a Farce: Tanzimat Theatre and the Legacy of Ottoman Performance”
Elmira Louie (University of California at Davis)
2:15‐ 2:45 pm
“Turkish-to-English Translation and Methodology: Kopuk by Sine Ergün”
Alika Zangieva (Princeton University)
2:45-3:15 pm
“The Application of Turkish Vowel Harmony to English Proper Nouns”
Runze Qian (University of Ottawa)

3:15 pm-3:30 pm Closing Remarks
Hakan Karateke (University of Chicago)
Feride Hatiboğlu, AATT President (Univesity of Pennsylvania)

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