From Gecekondu to A Strangeness: One-Hundred Years of Rural-Urban Relations in Turkey
A discussion centered on Professor Kemal Karpat’s Gecekondu (1976) and the Nobel Laurette Orhan Pamuk’s A Strangeness in My Mind (2015)
Thursday, March 30, 2023
Prof. Reşat Kasaba is an expert on Turkish Modern History. Over the last three decades, his research and publications on the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey in the nineteenth and twentieth century have covered social and economic history, state-society relations, migration, ethnicity and nationalism, modernity and urban history. Professor Kasaba served as the Director of the Jackson School of International Studies in 2010-2020.