Monsters That Remember: Tracing the Story of the Workers’ Monument in Tophane, İstanbul – Part II

2018-12-06T16:40:59+00:00

Meltem Ahıska Monsters, monuments, and power Georges Canguilheim has argued that "what is contrary to life is not death but monstrosity" (cited in Ancet, 2010: 18); monstrosity is the inability to recognize a living being [...]

Monsters That Remember: Tracing the Story of the Workers’ Monument in Tophane, İstanbul – Part II2018-12-06T16:40:59+00:00

Monsters That Remember: Tracing the Story of the Workers’ Monument in Tophane, İstanbul – Part III

2018-12-06T16:43:59+00:00

Meltem Ahıska The auratic tradition of Atatürk Monuments and the artificial-natural Drawing on the previous section, I argue that the contemporary discussion about Turkey's monuments that turn into monsters cannot be separated from the field [...]

Monsters That Remember: Tracing the Story of the Workers’ Monument in Tophane, İstanbul – Part III2018-12-06T16:43:59+00:00

Seventh Man

2018-12-06T17:03:38+00:00

Hafriyat This project was realized in collaboration with Ha Za Vu Zu and Yeni Sinemacılar art collectives.  

Seventh Man2018-12-06T17:03:38+00:00

De-spatialized Space as Neoliberal Utopia: Gentrified İstiklal Street and Commercialized Urban Spaces

2018-12-06T16:45:58+00:00

Yaşar Adnan Adanalı Today İstanbul ranks seventh among world cities in the number of foreign visitors and international meetings it hosts and fifth in the number of dollar millionaires living within its premises.[2] It is [...]

De-spatialized Space as Neoliberal Utopia: Gentrified İstiklal Street and Commercialized Urban Spaces2018-12-06T16:45:58+00:00

An Interview with Erbay Yucak about Bir Umut Association

2019-01-22T15:06:38+00:00

Meltem Ahıska and Erden Kosova Can you please briefly tell us about the founding of Bir Umut [lit. One Hope] Association and the number of people involved? Before the 1999 Marmara Earthquake we were individual [...]

An Interview with Erbay Yucak about Bir Umut Association2019-01-22T15:06:38+00:00

Capitalism, Desperation and Urgency

2018-12-06T16:46:50+00:00

Deniz Yonucu [1] Introduction: In July 2003, an incident took place in Hasköy, Istanbul that was newsworthy, even though it was not in the papers: 5 young men around the ages16-17 want to enter the [...]

Capitalism, Desperation and Urgency2018-12-06T16:46:50+00:00

Violence and Freedom: Politics of Kurdish Children – Part I

2018-12-06T16:46:54+00:00

Haydar Darıcı ...philosophy does not concern itself with children. It leaves them to pedagogy, where they are not in very good hands. Philosophy has forgotten about children.[1] Bernard Schlink Abstract[1] This article provides an analysis [...]

Violence and Freedom: Politics of Kurdish Children – Part I2018-12-06T16:46:54+00:00
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