Conferences and Workshops Attended

 

Ayşe Buğra, Professor
The Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History
Bogaziçi University
34342 Bebek-Istanbul / Turkey

e-mail:  bugray@boun.edu.tr
phone:   +90-212-359 44 82 / 75 65 (Social Policy Forum)
fax:       +90-212-265 80 03 (Atatürk Institute)

 

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

  •  Selected Seminers and Invited Conference Papers

“Poverty and Social Citizenship”, International workshop on “Multiple Modernities”, Koç University, Istanbul, 27 May 2005.

“Perspectives on Poverty and Social Policy in Republican Turkey”, Special Lecture Series on Modern Turkey, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 7 April 2005.

“La réforme du systeme de sécurité sociale: entre libéralisme et droits sociaux universels”, FASOPO (Fonds d’Analyse des Sociétés Politiques) conference on “La Turquie candidate: économie et société”, Paris, 8 January 2005.

“Facing the Challenge of New Poverty in Turkey”, Central European University, Budapest, 3 March 2004.

“Le programme économique de l’AKP et l’analyse des premieres réalisations”, “Colloque sur L’AKP au pouvoir, un an après: l’épreuve du systeme” organized by CERI (Centre d’Etudes at de Recherche Internationales), Paris, 12 December 2003.

“Contemporary Perspectives on Poverty and Social Policy”, Reproductive Health Working Group Meeting, Beirut, 5 July 2003.

“Contemporary Transformation of a Traditional Moral Economy: The Case of Turkey”, The Hagop Kevorkian Center, New York University, February 2, 2002.

“Labor, Capital, and Religion”, Robert Schuman Center Mediterranean Programme Seminar”, European University Institute, Fiesole, 14 October 1999.

“Class, Culture, and State: An Analysis of Interest Representation by Two Turkish Business Associations”, The Conference on the Role of the Bussiness Sector in Economic and Political Change organized by the Princeton University Institute for the Transregional Study of the Contemporary Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia, Gammarth, Tunisia, 1 September 1998.

“Political and Moral Implications of Reciprocity Networks in Modern Societies”, Institut Für Ethnologie, Freie Universitat, Berlin, 6 May 1998.

“Government-Business Relations in the Context of Late Industrialization”, Business History Unit, London School of Economics, 21 January 1991.

“The Self-Image of Turkish Businessmen”, Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, 15 November 1988.

  • Workshop and Conference Organization

Tenth International Karl Polanyi Conference, Istanbul, Boğaziçi University, 14-16 October 2005.

National seminar on “Workers and Unions in Turkey”, Istanbul, Galatasaray University, 16 April 2005.

International seminar on the “Changing Role of Unions in the Contemporary World of Labor”, Istanbul, Bogaziçi University, 26-27 November 2004.

International seminar on “Basic Income: Overcoming Insecurity in a Globalizing World”, Istanbul, Boğaziçi University, 21-22 May 2004.

International seminar on “Southern European Welfare Regimes”, Istanbul, Boğaziçi University, 17-19 October 2002.