• Abstract Julien Paris : Turkish series exportation market and its counterflow ‘soft power’ effects

    Turkish series exportation market and its counterflow ‘soft power’ effects

    Through the example of Turkish series production and their international diffusion this paper aims to question the use and limits of the concept of soft power, and more precisely the role given to cultural contents in the definition of soft power given by J. Nye himself. The article begins considering the diversity of public reactions to Turkish series throughout the region surrounding Turkey, showing how such reactions are used in diplomatic speeches or in some scientific papers to prove the evidence of a Turkish soft power. Exploring the mechanisms of audiovisual production in Turkey and diffusion of Turkish series by the private sector on international markets this article shows how the image of the Turkey proposed in its audiovisual production is in fact more a reflection of Turkey’s values as stated in its Constitution than a direct translation of governmental intentions. The latter point conducts us to observe and develop the deep contradictions between in one hand Turkey’s image through its series, and in the other hand the new form of nation-branding of Turkish diplomacy since its shift of axis. The last part finally proposes to reconceptualize the effects of transnational audiovisual contents in foreign policies in terms closer to the field of communication sciences rather than trying to find an alternative within the limits proposed by J. Nye. The paper concludes on the idea soft power is quite ineffective as an analytical category but more likely to solely be able to describe a spectrum of practices of contemporary public diplomacy in a context where the role of nations’ international communication skills increased. 

    Julien Paris is a PhD candidate at the EHESS (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France), he's an associated researcher at the LabSIC (Paris 13 University), and has been working at the French Institute of Anatolian Research (IFEA) in Istanbul since 2010. He works on the sociology of the sector of Turkish audiovisual production and transnational diffusion through the example of series production, and on the processes of valorizations of theses cultural contents. He received a scholarship from the CNRS from 2010 to 2013.
  • Call for proposals / Research Workshop : « Beyond soft power: The stakes and configurations of the influence of contemporary Turkey in the world » / January 8th and 9th 2014

    Call for proposals

    Research Workshop

    « Beyond soft power: The stakes and configurations of the influence of contemporary Turkey in the world »

    January 8th and 9th 2014

    French Institute for Anatolian Studies (IFEA), Istanbul



    This project consists in the organization of 3 half-day research workshops on the theme of Turkish political and cultural influence in the world at the French Institute for Anatolian Studies (IFEA) in January 2014.The language used will be English.

    Today Turkey differentiates itself by its growing diplomatic and cultural influence. This influence, even if it is not comparable with that of China or the USA, has been expanding for several decades in the Balkans, the Middle East, Central Asia, even in Africa and is also noticeable in Ankara’s involvement in international organizations. This increasing influence has been highlighted by the Arab Spring, which has created an environment conducive to the idealization of Turkey’s model of governance (the « Turkish model ») and to its promotion by Western powers. Turkey’s attractiveness is also based on its substantial economic development contrasting with the economic crisis European countries are suffering from, and on its increasing cultural presence in the media (notably through the broadcasting of TV shows outside Turkey), especially in neighboring countries who share cultural affinities with Turkey. However, this influence used by Ankara within the framework of a self-promoting discourse has started to be questioned in the past few months due to both regional and domestic developments. Indeed, the degradation of the situation in Syria and in Iraq has limited the influence of Ankara on neighboring actors while the Gezi park demonstrations and its repression are casting doubts on Turkey’s ability to be a source of inspiration for the region. 

    How can analytical tools help us characterize today’s Turkey’s influence and its limits? The concept of “soft power” created by Joseph Nye in 1990 was an attempt to theorize mechanisms and conditions of this kind of influence, contesting the idea that war was the only source of power of the nation-states. It was highlighting the use by states of non-coercive means in conflict resolution, in decision-making in the international sphere, or in order to gain economical attractiveness. This concept was widely used in academic research, media, and in the public sphere. Yet, this concept received several types of criticism among which two can be emphasized concerning our case study. Firstly, the core of the concept of “soft power” mainly focuses on the role of the State, in particular because the theory, at the time it was created, applied to the USA. Thus the State is considered as the main actor and beneficiary from such an influence, and makes “soft power” dependent on the ability of the State to use diverse tools in order to expand its influence. This state-centered perspective, in which the State remains the only instigator of the interest of the country, has been strongly criticized. Such an analysis denies both the role and the capacity of private initiative and transnational dynamics to influence international relations. The second criticism addressed to the concept of soft power concerns the consequences of its success: the term “soft power” is now used to characterize tools, practices, or groups of actors through multi or antagonistic meanings. Therefore its interest as a concept would be undermined by its own polysemy.

    The methodological and analytical consequences we could draw from these statements are that such uses of the concept of “soft power” tend to maintain and create shortcuts where the limits between concept and ideology become blurred, where the labelization of a dynamic as “soft power” becomes a political stake, and where analysis, causes and effects, actors and vectors, scales and contexts, theoretical and empirical dimensions are not distinguished. This workshop project intends to answer the need for a redefinition of the concept of “soft power” and its value as an analytical concept. It will also be an opportunity to characterize the different types and modalities of Turkey’s influence, which could lead to the production of new conceptual tools, more adapted to Turkey’s current situation.

    This workshop aims at raising several questions: To what extent is the concept of “soft power” adequate to characterize Turkey’s influence and its weaknesses both on the international stage and towards its neighboring countries? Reciprocally, how can the analysis of the different patterns of Turkey’s influence help us question the concept of “soft power”, and to come up with other notions?

    In the framework of this workshop, we will propose to explore the influence of Turkey through several axes (which are not exhaustive).

      • The discourse of soft power within Turkish diplomacy and para-diplomacy;
      • State institutions promoting Turkey’s influence abroad;
      • The role of private actors and civil society in Turkish influence abroad;
      • The territorial logics of Turkish soft power: the role of infranational and supranational entities;
      • The economic dimension of Turkish “soft power”;
      • Various instruments of Turkish “soft power”: education, culture, media…;
      • Religion in Turkish foreign policy;
      • Regional and domestic limits of Turkey’s “softpower”


    a) Objectives of the workshop

      • Scientific debates on the topic of “soft power” and its applicability to contemporary Turkey;
      • Promotion of young scholars along with recognized academics;
      • Creating a network of academics working on these fields;

    The workshop will take place at the French Institute for Anatolian Studies in Istanbul (IFEA). The language spoken will be English. Communicants’ transportation and housing fees will be covered

    b)  Abstracts and proposals

    This workshop aims at highlighting the research of young scholars, with a focus put on topics sustained by strong field research. 

    Abstracts should not exceed 400 words. They have to be sent with a C.Vbefore September 20th to the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    All abstracts should be submitted in English and in Word format(Times New Roman, 12). Acceptance will be notified by early October.

    Selected participants will be asked to submit their complete article before December 15th, 2013.Papers shall not exceed 40 000 signs(including spaces, notes and bibliography). The papers presented during the conference will be examined by the scientific committee for possible publication.

     c) Scientific and organizing Committee

    Elise Massicard (CNRS/IFEA/OVIPOT)
    Gabrielle Angey (EHESS/IFEA)
    Julien Paris (EHESS/IFEA)
    Jérémie Molho (Université d’Angers/IFEA)
    Elshan Mustafayev (Sciences Po Grenoble/IFEA)
    Yohanan Benhaïm (Paris I/IFEA)


    • September 20th, 2013: deadline for submitting abstracts;
    • Early October2013: proposals’ selection and notification sent to presenters  
    • December 15th,2013: submission of discussants’ papers;
    • January 8th and 9th, 2014: Workshop « Beyond soft power: The stakes and configurations of the influence of contemporary Turkey in the world ».


  • Cultures et Territoires

    Organisateurs : Julien Paris et Nora Şeni

    Dans le cadre du cycle 2011-2012 des séminaires proposés par l’Institut Français d’Études Anatoliennes, l’Observatoire des Politiques Culturelles d’Istanbul vous convie cette année au séminaire pluridisciplinaire “Cultures et Territoires”. Tous les mois seront invités des chercheurs et des professionnels du monde de la culture et de la communication, jeunes ou confirmés, qui permettront de saisir les mutations qui traversent les politiques culturelles à Istanbul.

    Ce séminaire propose de réflechir et de débattre des orientations,des usages,des instruments et des acteurs des politiques culturelles mettant en exergue leur dimension territoriale. 
  • Équipe de l'OUI


    Responsables de l'Observatoire Urbain d'Istanbul

    -Jean-François PEROUSE(pour plus d'informations cliquer ici, ou sur le nom)

    -Pascal LEBOUTEILLER : responsable de laCartographie

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    - Julien PARIS : Doctorant EHESS - CNRS / Architecte DPLG / Master Projets Culturels dans l'Espace Public (Paris I)

    Contact : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / Carnet de thèse : http://devam.hypothèses.org

    - Yoann MORVAN : Post-doc CNRS, Docteur de l'Institut d'Urbanisme de Paris

    Doctorants de l'Observatoire Urbain d'Istanbul

    -Cilia MARTIN: Doctorante BAM (CETOBAC) / Master franco-grec de démographie / Master d'histoire

    - Brian CHAUVEL :Doctorant en sociologie (EHESS)

    Chercheurs associésà l'Observatoire Urbain d'Istanbul:

    - Nora ŞENI 

    - FranckDORSO (Institut d'Urbanisme de Paris)

    - MicheleJOLE (Institut d'Urbanisme de Paris)

    - AntoineFLEURY (CNRS)

    - Didem DANIŞ (Université Galatasaray)

    - Clémence PETIT (Université de Strasbourg)

    - Benoit MONTABONE (Université de Rennes 2)


    Possibilités d'accueilà l'Observatoire Urbain d'Istanbul:

    L’IFEA accorde 2 types de bourses : bourses d'aide à la mobilité et bourses de courte durée

    • BAM : la campagne 2011-2012 est close
    • BCD : la campagne 2011 est close
    L'IFEA accueille également des étudiants bénéficiant de bourses TÜBİTAK
    Effectuer un stage de courte durée (n'excédant pas 2 mois) est également possible, et ce tout au long de l'année. Les stages ne sont pas rémunérés.
    Les candidats sont invités à adresser leur curriculum vitae accompagné d'une lettre de motivation précisant le cadre dans lequel s'inscrit ce projet de stage ainsi que les dates envisagées.L'adresse de contact est ifea.istanbul(at)gmail.com


    Stagiaires accueillisà l'Observatoire Urbain d'Istanbul:

    Les travaux réalisés par les stagiaires de l'OUI depuis 2002 peuvent être consultés dans la rubrique:

    Documents en ligne - Littérature Grise


    Liste des stagiaires et travaux antérieurs :

    - Annabelle LOPEZ (2010). Master 2 Institut Français d'Urbanisme (Université Paris Est), spécialité “Opérateurs urbains”. Projet de rénovation urbaine des quartiers de Fener et Balat à Istanbul : instrumentalisation du patrimine en vue de reconfigurer la péninsule historique.(télécharger le mémoire)

    - Lucie RENOU (mai-juin 2010). Master 2 Institut Français d'Urbanisme (Université Paris Est). Projets de rénovation urbaine : Balat et Suleymanye (Istanbul 2010, Capitale européenne de la culture). (télécharger le mémoire)

    - Marine DEBARD (mars-avril 2010). Master 1 Administration des institutions culturelles (Université Aix / Marseille). Politique culturelles et enjeux d'Istanbul 2010, Capitale européenne de la culture.(télécharger le mémoire)

    -Ceren AKYOS (mars-avril 2010). Université de Galatasaray (Sociologie). Les projets urbains d'Istanbul 2010, Capitale européenne de la culture.(télécharger le mémoire)

    - Alp FERMAN (janvier-février 2010). Chargé de communication du pôle "Développement durable / Sürdürülebilir Kalkinma", avec le soutien de l'Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

    -Murat ULKER (octobre 2009 - janvier 2010). IEP Paris. Transports et pauvreté : le cas d'Istanbul.

    - Annika TÖRNE (novembre 2008 - avril 2009). Traduction/communication. Contact :This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    - Marie-Noëlle BATTAGLIA (février - juin 2009) :La construction et l'utilisation d'une mémoire locale "résistante" par les différents réseaux qui structurent le quartier de Küçükarmutlu. Master 1 Politiques publiques et changement social Mention Ville-Territoire-Solidarité, Institut d' Etudes Politiques (IEP) de Grenoble. Contact :This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    - Julia BURTIN (février - juin 2009), Les call-shops du quartier de Kadirga, points de rencontre entre différents réseaux migratoires et lieux d'activation de nouvelles solidarités. Master 1 Politiques publiques et changement social Mention Ville-Territoire-Solidarité, Institut d' Etudes Politiques (IEP) de Grenoble.Contact :This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    - Ulrike LEPONT (2008), Istanbul, entre ville « ottomane » et « ville monde ». La politique culturelle de la municipalité du Grand Istanbul confrontée aux ambitions municipales d’internationalité, Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), UFR de géographie et aménagement Master GAELE, spécialité Mondialisation et dynamiques spatiales dans les pays du Sud, sous la direction de Brigitte Dumortier. (télécharger le mémoire)

    - Cécile GOURSAT (Printemps 2007)

    - Cécile NOURIGAT (Printemps 2007), Le rôle d'une institution nationale, le Devlet Planlama Teşkilatı, dans la mise en place des prémisses de la politique régionale en Turquie selon les normes européennes,sous la direction de Hamdi Gargin. (télécharger le mémoire)

    - Laurent SCHIRMEYER (Printemps 2007)

    - Annette BOZARGAN (Eté 2006), Lesvapurd'Istanbul: un espace public en suspens.(télécharger le mémoire)

    - Yıldız KOÇ (Printemps 2006),Les stratégies de réponses des acteurs d’Istanbul  au tremblement de terre : Étude de cas. Université Louis Pasteur Strasbourg, Faculté de Géographie et d‟Aménagement , Maîtrise de Géographie Humaine.(télécharger le mémoire)

    - Ciğdem AKSU (Hiver 2006)

    - Ilker ÇAKAL (Hiver 2006)

    - Jérémie BRASSAC (Eté 2005)

    - Caroline FABIANSKI (Eté 2005), L'eau dans une perpective de développement durable à Istanbul, la prise en charge de la pauvreté,Maîtrise d'économie des transports et aménagement du territoire, Université Lyon 2.(télécharger le mémoire)

    - Thomas ROUSSEAU (Printemps 2005)

    - Elsa MEKKI-BERRADA (Printemps 2005)

    - Julien GROUILLER (2005),La reconversion de la centrale électrique Silahtarağa à Istanbul. Analyse d’une opération de reconversion de friche industrielle urbaine au travers de ses références et des acteurs impliqués.Maîtrise d'urbanisme et d'aménagement, Paris VIII. (télécharger le mémoire)

    - Yıldız KOÇ (Hiver 2005)

    - François DOUDET (Hiver 2004-2005)

    - Ceren İNAN (Eté 2004)

    - Hamdi GARGIN (Eté 2004)

    - Derya ÖZEL (Eté 2004), Politiques urbaines et patrimonialisation : quelle représentation de l'héritage architectural. L'exemple de la péninsule historique Eminonü - Fatih, Istanbul,(télécharger le mémoire)

    - Ladislas SEVESTRE (Eté 2004)

    - Ceyda BAKBAŞA (Eté 2004)

    - Caroline FABIANSKI (Eté 2004)

    - Samuel ANTOINE (Eté 2004)

    - Julien DAVID (Printemps 2004),Cités privées à Istanbul.


  • J. Paris - Succès et déboires des séries télévisées turques à l’international. Une influence remise en question

    Julien Paris « Succès et déboires des séries télévisées turques à l'international. Une influence remise en question. », Hérodote 1/2013 (n° 148), p. 156-170.
    URL : www.cairn.info/revue-herodote-2013-1-page-156.htm
    DOI : 10.3917/her.148.0156.

    Vieux d’à peine une dizaine d’années, le succès des séries turques à l’international connaît aujourd’hui un tournant : aux performances en termes commercial et d’audience succède une multiplication des réactions venues des pays voisins. En prenant d’abord pour exemple le cas de la diffusion de feuilletons turcs en Grèce et ses effets supposés bénéfiques au « soft power » turc (1), cet article tente d’analyser les atouts et les mécanismes permettant aux fictions audiovisuelles de s’insérer dans un marché régional spécifique en termes de contenus culturels (2), pour enfin constater que les valeurs véhiculées dans ces séries – et qui constituent leurs atouts – sont à la base même des critiques que subit la Turquie sur la scène diplomatique régionale, ce sur plusieurs fronts et dans différents registres (3).


  • Julien PARIS

    blog Hypothèses : http://devam.hypotheses.org
    mail : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    tél : +90 0212.244.17.17 (poste : 116)
    Contrat doctoral CNRS

    Sujet de thèse :

    « Coopérations et partenariats du développement culturel et métropolitain. Ce que nous apprend Istanbul des interactions entre politiques culturelles privées et publiques et le territoire. »
    Thèse de doctorat effectuée à l'EHESS (Histoire et civilisations, CETOBAC) sous la direction de Nora Şeni. No FCT : P0060168

  • Kübra Parmaksızoğlu, Volkan Aytar - İstanbul’da Eğlence : 06/10/2011

    YENİ Seminer “ Kültürler ve Alanlar” 

    Düzenleyiciler : Nora Şeni ve Julien Paris 
    6 Ekim 2011 Perşembe, saat 18:00’de, IFEA’da, 
    Açılış seansı Nora Şeni ve İstanbul’da Eğlence (İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları, 2010) kitabının yazarları 
    Kübra Parmaksızoğlu (Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, doktora öğrencisi) ve Volkan Aytar (Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi) tarafından yapılacak. 
    Giriş sunumu Fransizca, diğer sunumlar Ingilizce yapılacaktır.

  • Kübra Parmaksızoğlu, Volkan Aytar - Leisure in İstanbul: 06/10/2011

    Kübra Parmaksızoğlu et Volkan Aytar
    Séminaire “Cultures et Territoires”

    Organisateurs : Nora Şeni et Julien Paris

    Jeudi 06 Octobre 2011 à 18h à l'IFEA
    Introduction du séminaire par Nora Şeni, directrice de l'IFEA (Univ. Paris 8). Avec Kübra Parmaksızoğlu (Université de Boğaziçi, doctorante) et Volkan Aytar (Université de Bahçeşehir),
    tous deux auteurs du livre : Le divertissement à Istanbul (ed. Bilgi, coll. Istanbul 2010, Mai 2011)
    Introduction en français puis interventions en anglais

  • Modern Kenti doğaçlamak: Yapanlar, Mimarlar ve Kurgulayanlar Yuvarlak Masa Toplantısı - 07/12/2012


    Kentin son elli yıldır yapımına damgasını vuran gecekondu olgusu çoğunlukla bir sorun olarak görülmüştür; şehrin görüntüsünü bozan, işgalci bir yıkım gücü. Halbuki, doğaçlama usülü kent yapımı diye adlandırabileceğimiz bu süreç kente göçle gelenlerin barınma ihtiyaçlarını çözmek üzere tüm kültürel sermayelerini ve insiyatiflerini ortaya döktükleri bir yaratıcılık konusu olarak da ele alınabilir. Gecekonduda basit bir barınma ihtiyacından yola çıkılarak insanların bizzat yarattıklarının bir bina olmanın çok ötesinde bir yaşam alanı, bir mahalle, bir kent parçası olduğunu görüyoruz. Doğaçlama kent yapımı sürecinde insanlar yarattıkları her bir dokunun bilgisine ve hafızasına sahipler, bu yüzden yarattıkları yaşam alanlarının kendileri için anlamı var. Her bir çivisinden, akrabanın ordaki evinin çatısına, hemşerinin bakkalına, ordan da çıkması zahmetli tepesine ve taşan deresinin getirdiği çamuru aşılarak yürünen sokaklarına kadar her yönü ile ve duygusal bir şekilde hatırlanan bir kent dokusu yaratılan. Gecekondunun ifade ettiği bu doğaçlama kent yapımında mimar ya da tasarımcıyı fazla göremiyoruz. Tasarımcının bu sürece girememesi söz konusu (ya da kendisini soyutlaması) şimdiye kadar; ya ideolojik ve kültürel nedenlerle ya da tamamen finansal nedenlerle, zira gecekonducuların mimari proje için paraları olmadı hiç bir zaman. Bugün, artık milyonlarca metrekareler, trilyonlarca liralar, kimbilir ne kadarlık beklentilerle ilerleyen kentsel dönüşüm, her bir hamlesiyle bu değersiz addedilen ve tiksinti ile bahsedilen gecekondu kültürünü derinlere gömüyor. Tüm yönleriyle önden tasarlanmış yaşam kurguları ile tepeden inen modern kent, doğaçlama kent yapmak kültürünün tam tersine insanın yaşadığı yere ilişkin ortaya koyabileceği yaratıcılığına ihtiyaç duymuyor. Kentsel dönüşüm, tamamen pazar mekanizmasının diktasında, alış-satış, rant, getiri-götürü hesapları üzerinden şekillenen modern kent parçalarını mevcut gecekondu mahallelerine monte ediyor. Pazar mekanizmasının bu kadar baskın ve tek söz sahibi olması modernden kastedilenin de olabileceğinden çok daha daralması anlamına geliyor: insanlara araba park yeri, yürüme yolu, havuzu, görmelik bahçeleri ve iki artı birleri ile hazır paketler şeklinde sunulan komfor, güvenlik ve düzen vaadinin ötesine geçemiyor modernlik. Kentsel dönüşümün işaret ettiği bu modern kent yapımında mimar ve tasarımcıya bu sefer önemli bir rol düşüyor: projeleri satılabilir kılmak, markalaştırmak, bir diğer deyişle meşrulaştırmak. Bu süreçte esamesi artık okunmayan kentlinin kendisi. Kentli yapan olarak artık gündemde değil, artık bir tüketici konumunun ötesinde rol düşmüyor kendisine. Bu panelde sormak istediğimiz sorular şunlar: mimarlık ve tasarım uzmanlığı kentsel dönüşüm süreci ile işlevsizleştirilen kentlinin kent yapmada ortak olma potansiyelini yeniden ortaya çıkarabilecek bir yaratıcı çabanın içine girebilir mi ve böylelikle kent yapmaya ilişkin katılımcı bir sürecin önünü açabilir mi; mimarlık ve tasarım uzmanlığı, kentlinin kent yapma bilgi ve becerisini de yanına alarak bugün çok çetrefilli bir konu olarak önümüze çıkan kenti müşterek kullanım alanı ve kültürü olarak geliştirmek meselesini ele alabilir mi? Mimarlık ve tasarım uzmanlığı bugün tamamen piyasa mekanizmasının çözümlerine hapsolmuş pratiğini (bu pratiğin yarattığı kaynakları kullanarak) bir nebze serbestleştirme stratejisi olarak kentsel dönüşüm mağduru olmaya aday kentlilerle birlikte kâr-amacı gütmeyen proje geliştirme ve uygulama çabalarına kalkışabilir mi? Pazar mekanizmasının taleplerini dengeleyecek kent hakkı, kentli hakkı, iyi yaşam hakkı taleplerinin muhatabını bulmak üzere seferber olabilir mi? Doğaçlama kent yapmak olarak adlandırdığımız gecekondu kültüründen iyi yaşamla ilgili, modernliği yaratıcı bir şekilde, aşağıdan inşa etmekle ilgili bir şeyler öğrenebilir miyiz? Mimar ve tasarımcının özgür yaratıcılık arayışı kenti doğaçlayanların birikimi ile buluşmadan beslenebilir mi? Bu buluşmadan kenti özgürleştirici kılacak, kentlilerini de güçlendirecek bir enerji çıkar mı? Mimarlar ve kent yapanlar birlikte, hazır reçeteler şeklinde modern yaşam alanları kurgulayanların gücünü yönetebilirler mi?
    1.İstanbul Tasarım Bienali paralelinde, Musibet Sergisi küratör ekibi ile birlikte düzenlenen bu yuvarlak masa toplantısında şehir plancısı, mimar, sosyolog, sosyal politika uzmanları, ve kenti bizzat yapanlar, inşa edenler biraraya gelecekler.


    Açılış : Jean-François Perouse / Kentbilimci, 'IFEA’nın Müdürü
    Moderatör: Asu Aksoy / Doçent, İletişim fakültesi, Bilgi Üniversitesi, “Art and Cultural Managment” bölümü
    Erbatur Çavuşoğlu / Kentbilimci, Mimar Sinan Güzel Sanatlar Üniversitesi
    Şükrü Aslan / Kentbilimci, Mimar Sinan Güzel Sanatlar Ünivesitesi, Sosyoloji bölümü
    Gökhan Karakuş / bağımsız mimar, mimarlık eleştirmeni
    Yaşar Adanalı / Araştırmacı ve eylemci, Kentsel projelerde yurttaş katılımı uzmanı
    Hüseyin Çevik / Müteahhit (Inovacons.com)
    Adil Tekirdağ / Adil Kebap Dürüm’ün sahibi
    Nil Aynalı / Mimar, İstanbul Tasarım Bienali “Musibet” sergisinin asistan küratörü

    EK Bigiler

    7 aralık Cuma, saat 18.00’de
    Sunum dili Türkçe
    IFEA konferans salonu
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  • Panel Improviser la ville contemporaine : Citoyens, Architectes et Inventeurs : 07/12/2012

    En écho à la Biennale du Design d'Istanbul, l'IFEA - en collaboration avec l'Université de Bilgi - organise le vendredi 7 décembre 2012 à 18h une table ronde sur le thème de la participation citoyenne dans les projets urbains contemporains.


    Ouverture : Jean-François Perouse / urbaniste, directeur de l'IFEA
    Modératrice : Asu Aksoy / professeure associée, Faculté de Communication, Université Bilgi, département "Arts and Cultural Management"
    Şükrü Aslan / Urbaniste, Université Mimar Sinan, département de Sociologie
    Gökhan Karakuş / architecte indépendant, critique d'architecture
    Yaşar Adanalı / chercheur et activiste, spécialiste de la participation citoyenne dans les projets urbains
    Hüseyin Çevik / entrepreneur (Inovacons.com)
    Adil Tekirdağ / propriétaire de Adil Kebap Dürüm
    Nil Aynalı / architecte, curateur assistant de l'exposition 'Musibet', Biennale de Design d'Istanbul

    Informations complémentaires : blog de l'OUI

    Vendredi 7 décembre à 18h à l'IFEA
    Conférence en turc
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