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SABANCI UNIVERSITESININ DESTEGI ILE … ALMANYADA SIMDIYE KADAR YAPILMIS EN BUYUK SOZDE SOYKIRIMI DESTEKLEME PANELI

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7 Ağustos 2017 20:51 tarihinde Sukru Server Aya  yazdı:

Degerli Paşam,

1-      Konuyu bilmiyorum, bulaşmak ta istemiyorum.  Benim meşgalem zaten bana yetiyor.

2-      “ilgisi + bilgisi olması gerekenlerin”   POYSDAM  WATS 2017  sempozyumu ile ne derecede ilgilendiğini bilemiyorum.   Ermeniler, Sabancı Üniversitesinin finansman ve ev sahipliği ile, dünyadaki tüm genç akademisyenlerin (bunların en az on kadarı Türk isimlidir)   14 Eylülden itibarım  Postsdam’da yapılacak u  “Türk aleyhtarlığı şöleni hakkında” ne düşündüklerini bilemem.   Bütün “zehir gibi genç dinamitler” ve  Sunny, Göçek  gibi en ünlüler orada

Nat. Geo. İlanlarına vaktiyle şundan isyan etmiştim,  Nat. Geo. Türkçe yayınları için BOL REKLAM veren kodaman firmalar,  Nat. Geo. nun diğer lisanlarda çıkan nüshalarında Türkiye aleyhinde devamlı çıkardığı makaleleri (onlara ayrıca bilirseniz de…) aldırmazlar.   Nat. Geo. Türkiye’den sağladıgı paralar ile, derin Türk aleyhtarlığını devam ettirir.   Aynısı şu anda  Sabancı ve diğer Türk kurum ve isimleri ile yaşanmakta.   Bak:

https://www.uni-potsdam.de/fileadmin01/projects/hi/aktuelles/Kurznachrichten/2017.09.14__Jahrestagung_des_WATS/WATS_Program_final.pdf

3-      Son kitabım “The BIG LIE”  az sayıda  Washington’da bulunan  Dr. Mustafa Ataç’a yollandı.  Hakan bey okumak isterse,  Mustafa Beye adresini versin, Washington’an  (bir taesi de Üniversite Kütüphanesine) can dostumuz Mustafa bey (kaldıysa) yollasın.

4-      AVIM’e yeterli sayıda kitap yollanmıştır.  Yazışmadaki bazı isimlerin beni tanımadıgını, belki de gerek de görmediğini biliyorum.  Bu nedenle  bu mesajın  başkaları ile paylaşması veya paylaşılmamsı tamamen takdirinizdedir.

5-      Benzer bir konuda, İngiliz yazar Eugene Rogan’ın bir kitabında yer alan  soykırım iddialarına cevaben,  dostumuz Ata Atun ile birlikte hazırlanan “akademik yazıyı”  son taslak olarak  “muhtevası yönünden” bilgi için ekliyorum.  Ata Bey bunu  sanırım çok yakında  bir akademik dergide yayınlatınca,  gereği Mr. Rogan’a da yollanarak,  yazı paylaşım için duyurulacaktır.

Benden kusura bakmayın bu kadar…  Lakin merak ediyorum, nasıl oluyor da ben 88 yaşında tek gözümle bunları okuyup cevap yetiştirmeye çalışıyorum da…  gerisini söylemeye gerek yok…

SSS SSA

Workshops on Armenian and Turkish Scholarship (WATS) 2017

Past in the Present: European Approaches to the Armenian Genocide

14 –17 September 2017

Venue: Europäische Akademie Berlin and Lepsiushaus Potsdam

September 14, 2017

Thursday

5:00 p.m.

Registration

6:00 p.m.

Cocktail

7:00–9:00p.m.

Welcoming Remarks:

Hülya Adak

(Sabancı University Istanbul)

Andrea Despot (Europ
ean Academy
Berlin
)
PUBLIC
LECTURE
Introduction:
Rolf Hosfeld (Lepsiushaus Potsdam)
Keynote:
The Original Sin of
Europe’s Dark 20th Century
(Re)Integrating
the
Armenian Genocide into European and World History
Stefan Ihrig (University of Haifa)
Comments:
Fatma Müge Göçek (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Ronald Grigor Suny (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
September 15
, 2017
Friday
9:00
11:00 a.m.
PANEL1:
OTTOMAN
ORIGINS
Chair
and Discussant:
Richard Antaramian (University of Southern California, Los
Angeles)
The Massacre in the Sasun Mountains (1894): Interpretations of
Violence at the Ends of
Empire
Owen Miller (Emerson College Boston)
Inter
Communal Perceptions and Discourses in the Ottoman
Empire b
efore the Armenian Genocide
Ohannes K
ılı
çdağı (
Bilgi University
Istanbul
)
Against Massacre:
Humanitarian Interventions in the Ottoman
Empire
(1815
1914)
Davide Rodogno (Graduate Institute Geneva)
Germany’s Talat Bias
Hans
Lukas Kieser (University of Zürich/University of
Newcastle, Australia)
Scopes of Agency. Ottoman Armenian and Young Turkish
Decisions and their Impact in 1914
1915
Elke
S.
Hartmann
(Ludwig Maximilians
UniversityMünchen)
11:00
a.m.
1:00 p.m.
PANEL2:
CRITICAL HISTORIOGRAPHIES OF GENOCIDE
Chair:
Sönke Neitzel
(
University of Potsdam
)
“If I Die, I Die”:
Danish Missionaries and Relief Workers
among Danes,
Armenians, and
Turks, 1900
1930
Matthias Bjornlund (Danish Institute for Study Abroad
,
Kopenhagen
)
Armenian Genocide” or Extermin
ation of “Ottoman
Christians”?
Revisiting Nation, “Millet,” and Sect i
n Modern
Middle Eastern History
Vicken Cheterian (Graduate Institute
Geneva)
A
Rehearsal for Genocide?
The 1895
1896 Massacres in the
A
rmenian Genocide Historiography
Emre Can Dağlıoğlu (Clark University
, Worcester/Mass.
)
Extermination Policies and Military Resistance in 1916: The
Pitfalls of a Dominant Paradigm
Hilmar Ka
iser (Historian, Pnom Penh)
Discussant:
Nazan Maksudyan (Istanbul Kemerburgaz University)
1:00
2:00 p.m.
LUNCH
BREAK
2:00
4:00 p.m.
PANEL2:
AFTERMATH OF GENOCIDE
Chair:
Christin Pschichholz (Lepsiushaus Potsdam)
The Genocide
and Armeni
an Refugees in Interwar Romania
Lidia Prisac/Ion Xenofontov (Academy of Sciences of Moldova
,
Chisinau
)
Constructing Sovi
et Transcaucasia in the 1920s:
Strategie
s in
Silencing the Violent Past
Stephan Rindlisbacher (German Historical Institute M
oscow)
Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Armenians in the Ottoman
Empire after
the First World War (1918
1923)
Ari Şekeryan
(Oxford University)
Mandelstam and the Missing Link: From Minority Protection to
Human Rights Law
in the Interwar Era and Beyond
Helmut Aust (Humboldt University
Berlin
)
Discussant
:
Michael Schwartz (
Institute of Contemporary History,
München/Berlin
)
4:00
6
:00 p.m.
PANEL
3:
GENOCIDES AND LITERATURES
Chair:
Johannes Houwink ten Cate (Centre for Holocaust and
Genocide
Studies, University of Amsterdam)
Narrating the Armenian Genocide and Jew
ish Holocaust in
Turkish Novels
Marc Baer (London School of Economics and Political
Sciences)
The Role of Language in Testimonies of Mass Violence from a
Comparative Perspective:
The Armenian and Jewish Cases
Murat Cankara (University of Ankara)
Testimony and Forgiveness
Marc Nichanian (Independent Scholar, Lisbon)
Contemporary Turkish Literature and its Confrontation with the
Armenian Genocide
Hülya Adak (Sabancı University
Istanbul)
Discussant:
Nanor Stepien
(
Oxford University
)
8:00
9:3
0 p.m.
PUBLIC
EVENT
Introduction:
Rolf Hosfeld (Lepsiushaus Potsdam)
Literature Reading and Discussion
:
The author
Varujan Vosganian
(Bucarest)
reads
from his novel
Book of
Whispers
September 16
, 2017
Saturday
9:00
11:00 a.m.
PANEL5:
TANGLED HISTORIES
:
KURDS AND
ARMENIANS
C
hair
and Discussant:
Zeynep Türkyılmaz
(
Koç University Istanbul
)
“Fatally

Tied Together:” The Kurds, the Armenian Genocide,

and the Question

of Perpetrator and Victimhood

David Leupold (Humboldt University
Berlin
)
Palimpsests of Violence: History, Memory, and the Ruins of
Anatolia
Anoush Tamar Suni (University of
Southern
California, Los
Angeles)
Memory that holds onto words: A mini
lexicon of the Armenian
Genocide in Kurdish
Adnan Çelik (École des Hautes Études
en Sciences Sociales
,
Paris
)
Why We Should Re
Think the
Decision
Making
Process in the
Armenian
Genocide
.
Yektan Türkyılmaz (University of Cyprus
, Nicosia
)
11:00
a.m.
1:00 p.m.
PANEL6 ; REMEMBERINGGENOCIDE
Chair:
Rolf Hosfeld (Lepsiushaus Potsdam)
Minority Histories and Reconc
iliation in Post
Ottoman Turkey
Erkan Ercel (
York University)
“I Think it is the Moth
er Who Keeps the Things Going”:
The
Gendered Division of Labor of Genocide Memory Transmission
Among Young Armenians
Öndercan Muti (Humboldt University
Berlin
)
(
Post
)memory, gender, and violence. Gendered experiences in
Sasun of the second generation
of Armenians after the genocide
Wendy Hamelink (Leiden University)
Armenian Music in Dersim
Martin Greve (German Orient Institute Istanbul)
The Story of a Speech:
Debating Armenian
Turkish Re
lations in
the Aftermath of WWI
Vahé Tachjian (Zentrum für Literatur
und Kulturforschung
Berlin)
Discussant:
Fatma Müge Göçek (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
1:00
2:00 p.m. LUNCH BREAK
2:00
4
:00 p.m.
P
ANEL
7
:
COMMEMORATING AND FORGETTING GENOCIDE
Chair:
Kader Konuk
(
University Duisburg
Essen
)
Commemorating the Armenian Genocide: Spatial Politics of
M
emory in Post
Imperial Istanbul
E. Egemen Özbek (Carl
e
ton University
, Ottawa
)
“Shared Pain”: Turkey’s
Denial Poli
cy toward the Armenian
Genocide
Gevorg Petrosyan (
National Academy of Sciences
Armenia
,
Yerevan
)
Forgetting Genocide Human Rights, Humanita
rianism, and the
British Empire
Michelle Elizabeth Tusan (University
of Nevada, Las Vegas
)
From Politic
s of Denial to Triviali
zation of the Armenian
Genocide
Eren Y
ı
ld
ı
r
ı
m Yetkin (Goethe University Frankfurt
/Main
)
Methodological Militarism and the Armenian Genocide:
Personal Reflections
Ayşe Gül Altınay (Sabancı University
Istanbul
)
Discussant:
A
ndrea
Petö
(
Central European University Budapest
)
8:00
9:3
0 p.m.
PUBLIC EVENT
“Performing t
he Armenian Genocide in Berlin”
Shermin Langhoff (Maxim Gorki Theatre, Berlin)
Arsiné Khanjian (Actor, Director, Playwright, Toronto)
Directed by Hülya Adak (
Sabancı University Istanbul)
September 17
, 2017
Sunday
10
:00
12
:00 a.m.
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION :WATS PAST AND FUTURE
Chair
:
Ronald Grigor Suny (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
All Participants and Organizers
Venue: Lepsiushaus Potsdam
Große
Weinmeisterstraße 45, 14469 P

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