I am a professor at UC Berkeley, and will be visiting Istanbul this summer for Ottoman studies and research. I am looking to sublet an apt. I will be on my own, so I won't need a large apt (although my parents my join for a week or ten days, so I will consider something larger).
I will be in Istanbul from June 15 though August 1st-4th.
Since I will have a number of destinations during the week, I would prefer Cihangir or other neighborhoods in and around Beyoglu. But I will consider other neighborhoods on the European side.
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Hi again list
Thanks Burcu for your response
AAA 2014 Conference
To be submitted to SUNTA section
Title: Dissent Everywhere, Everywhere Dissent? Critical Ethnographies on the 2013 Gezi Uprisings, Turkey
Organizers: Jeremy F. Walton and Öykü Potuoglu-Cook
This poem is a part of "Kuvayi Milliye / Sekizinci Bap", which is written between 1939 - 1941. Nazım Hikmet spent this period in three prisons; İstanbul Tevkifhanesi (1939), Çankırı Hapishanesi (1940) and Bursa Hapishanesi (1941).
Source: Nazım Hikmet - Bütün Şiirleri, Yapı Kredi Yayınları, Istanbul, 2011, p. 603 - 613.