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“Modified (Hu)Man: Gelenekler, Kırılganlıklar ve Olası Gelecekler” Panel at the “İran’da Belgesel Filmler ve Toplumsal Değişim” Film Forum Istanbul (Institut Français, Taksim)

Cuma, 21 Ocak, 2022, 16:00 – 18:30 GMT+3 Institut Français Istanbul – Taksimİstiklal Caddesi No°4, Şehit Muhtar34435 İstanbul, Turkey MODIFIED (HU)MAN: GELENEKLER, KIRILGANLIKLAR VE OLASI GELECEKLER Bedensel müdahaleler yalnızca sakatlıkların “ta…

A Reflection on the Connection between Facebook and Anti-Refugee Violence in Germany

#Onlinehatecrime #Socialmedia #Migrants #refugees #Germany #attacksonmigrants By Anosh Samuel Editorial note: The author completed a virtual internship at the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC, in the fall/winter of 2021/22. Anosh Samuel hails from Islamabad, Pakistan and is currently studying for a Master in Roads to Democracies at the University of Siegen in Germany. He plans to work on a final Master’s Project about “Migration, integration and social media (case study of Pakistani students in Germany).” He’s keenly interested in international politics, policy and decision … Continue reading A Reflection on the Connection between Facebook and Anti-Refugee Violence in Germany

Januar 1622: Endlich Frieden mit Siebenbürgen

Der Sieg über die Böhmen am Weißen Berg Ende 1620 hatte keineswegs für eine dauerhafte Beruhigung an der Südostflanke der Habsburger gesorgt. Stets bildete Bethlen Gabor, der Fürst von Siebenbürgen, eine Gefährdung für den Herrschaftsanspruch Ferdinands II. Vor allem die Kontrolle über Ungarn war den Habsburgern weitestgehend entglitten. So hatte sich Bethlen Gabor sogar zum König von Ungarn aufgeschwungen – die Habsburger waren nicht imstande gewesen, dies zu verhindern. Im Laufe des Jahres 1621 erlahmte der militärische Fortschritt des Siebenbürgers, die kaiserliche Seite stabilisierte … „Januar 1622: Endlich Frieden mit Siebenbürgen“ weiterlesen

A Young Turk from Lehistan: Seyfeddin Thadée Gasztowtt (1881 – 1936) and Poland’s Independence in the post-1908 Young Turk Revolution Istanbul

7 January 2022 | Author: Paulina D. DominikFor over a century the Ottoman Empire and subsequently the Republic of Turkey played an important role in the geopolitical imagination of Polish independence activists and statesmen. Even before the demise of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth as a sovereign state in 1795, one can observe Polish-Ottoman attempts to cooperate against the Russian Empire’s expansionist ambitions in Eastern Europe. 

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