This workshop aims to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of Turkey and discuss Republicanism from a broad, multidisciplinary and global perspective. Republicanism is an intellectual tradition with roots in ancient Roman political philosophy, focusing on liberty, self-government and active citizen participation in political life.
Elif İnci Ünal (Sabancı University) / Climate Engineering through a Republican Lens
Tuğçe Kaban (Sabancı University)/ Tracing the Footprints of Top-Down Modernization in the Early Republic Era through Entertainment Culture: The Past and Present of Ankara Pavyons
Samuele C. Abrami (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan / Visiting Researcher at Sabancı University) / Nostalgia for the Past in the “New Turkey” Between Kemalist Utopia and Islamist Dystopia
Cara Addleman (University of Cambridge) / Republicanism and the Challenge from Adaptive Preferences
Zeynep Özge Iğdır (Sabancı University) / Continuity and Change: Electoral Institutions in Republican Turkey
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