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Writers meet at the British Council

Writers meet at the British Council

The British Council will organize a meeting of celebrated writers from the United Kingdom and Turkey with their readers

Comment(s)2/11/2016

Ahmet Ümit’s story comes to life in Bergama

Ahmet Ümit’s story comes to life in Bergama

Turkish novelist Ahmet Ümit, the writer of best-selling books including “Istanbul Hatırası” (A Memento for Istanbul), “Bab-I Esrar” (The Dervish Gate), “Kavim” (The Tribe) and “Patasana,” this time will bring his story to life in İzmir’s Bergama district, which is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list

Comment(s)2/8/2016

Whither Islamism?

Whither Islamism?

FOLDED CORNER - ‘Islamism: What it Means for the Middle East and the World’ by Tarek Osman (Yale University Press, $35, 328 pages)

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The dark world of ‘Crime and Punishment’

The dark world of ‘Crime and Punishment’

Inside an old Saint Petersburg apartment that was once home to Fyodor Dostoyevsky, a new exhibition plunges visitors into the dark and complex world of “Crime and Punishment,” shedding new light on one of Russia’s greatest literary works 150 years after its publication

Comment(s)2/8/2016

Vatican archive invites Turkish researchers

Vatican archive invites Turkish researchers

Turkish researchers have been invited by Vatican librarian Jean-Louis Brugues to the Vatican Library, which hosts one of the world’s most significant manuscript collections

Comment(s)2/11/2016

The Boys are Dead: The Roboski massacre and Turkey's Kurdish question

The Boys are Dead: The Roboski massacre and Turkey's Kurdish question

FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Boys are Dead: The Roboski Massacre and the Kurdish Question in Turkey’ by Frederike Geerdink (Gomidas Institute, $22, 196 pages)

Comment(s)2/4/2016

David Harvey reveals actors, tools for a fair world

David Harvey reveals actors, tools for a fair world

One of most-cited social scientists of our time, Professor David Harvey speaks about the role of the reader, writer and everyday people in a social resistance

Comment(s)2/10/2016

Museum of Innocence in London

Museum of Innocence in London

A unique reimagining of Turkish Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk’s ‘The Museum of Innocence’ is in London for the first time

Comment(s)1/28/2016

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