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Offering Single or Double Room in Istanbul, Asian Side

Dear All,

My appartment flat is situated in Kadikoy/Ciftehavuzlar, Istanbul and will have rooms available from May 20th, 2014 onwards. The flat is 10 minute walking distance to Bagdat Street (Avenue) and sea side (coastal road where you can cycle, jog, sail, row, skate) , and 10 minute drive to ferry stations (easily reachable on foot). The flat has got 3 regular medium size rooms and a small study (room) should you wish to use. It's got 1 desk + 1 PC + 1 scanner + wireless. My flat is on the ground floor and well furnished. Also suitable for children.

Forthcoming Symposium - Cultural Encounters in Anatolia in the Middle Age: The Kingdom of Georgia and Georgian Art

Starting from Spring 2014,  VEKAM ,Vehbi Koç Ankara Research and Application Center of Koç University  , started to  organize yearly  international symposiums to introduce various cultures lived in Anatolia and support researches in this field of study . This years theme will be on Cultural Encounters  in Anatolia  in the Middle Age: The Kingdom of Georgia and Georgian Art and will take place on 15 May ,2014 at the premises of VEKAM in Ankara/ Turkey.
 
Cultural Encounters in Anatolia in the Middle Age:
The Kingdom of Georgia and Georgian Art
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CFP: 3rd Int (Non)Western Fashion Conference

3rd International (Non)Western Fashion Conference: The Global Politics of Fashion, University of Hong Kong, 22-23 November 2014 (http://nonwesternfashion.org/)
 
 
The third edition of the (Non) Western Fashion Conference is focussing on the politics of fashion from a global perspective. Despite so-called fashion globalization, the epicentre of fashion is still very much concentrated in Europe. But what do we really know about the global politics of fashion?

Call for Papers – The Journal of Rotterdam Islamic and Social Sciences

The Islamic University of Rotterdam (IUR) has a heavy and important task in the West; first of all Islam will be taught by Muslim and non-Muslim scholars. This institution should also fulfill a responsible task as a bridge between Islamic World and Western countries, especially by influencing the public opinion and dealing with the public debates. Also the problems of integration of Muslims into the western societies without losing their own norms and values take our high priority.

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