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      CALL FOR PAPERS
      "The Political-Economy of Terrorism in Central Asia and the Role of
      Education among Possible Solutions" Conference

      Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan – February 20-21, 2003
      Organized by: International Ataturk-Alatoo University

      The Objective of the Conference
      The terrorist movements in the southern skirts of Central Asia had
      been focus for a long time among the scholars studying international
      terrorism. Moreover, September 11 Events and the following US-led
      military operations in Afghanistan have remarkably deepened global
      attraction to this area within a short time. Once again, the geo-
      politics of Central Asia has come to the agenda of world politics
      concomitantly. Thus, the US-led global war vis-à-vis terrorism has
      shaped and influenced politics of Central Asia radically. A
      scientific analysis of terrorism as a global threat to international
      peace and the search for possible solutions has become vital. We
      emphasize the relationship between terror and lack of education by
      focusing our attention on the issue of education among possible
      solutions to terrorism. In this context, we find the organization of
      this conference in Bishkek specifically meaningful due to the
      emerging geo-strategic position of Bishkek following the settlement
      of the US airbase as well as Bishkek is an important educational
      center in Central Asia. The objective of the conference is to provide
      a forum for a scholarly discussion of such a popular issue in Bishkek.

      Abstract submission deadline: January 15, 2003 (Abstracts should
      include the full author's name, organization/university, address,
      phone/fax, and e-mail address)
      Final paper submission deadline: January 30, 2003
      Proposals and final papers should be sent to:
      Halim Nezihoglu
      nezihoglu@...
      Tel: Fax:
      International Ataturk Alatoo University Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
      Travel Fees and accommodation costs will be met by the participants
      themselves. However, International Ataturk-Alatoo University will
      help find rooms in a four-star-hotel at about 40-50 USD for a day.
      Dear Friends and Colleagues,

      The Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR)
      announces its first Call for Papers for the HPAIR 2003 annual
      international Conference, to take place in Seoul, South Korea on
      August 21 to 24 2003.

      Please review the information below. We always appreciate your help
      in forwarding our announcements to interested parties and
      organizations.

      We wish you a happy and prosperous New Year.

      Best Regards,

      Jen Kim
      Co-Chair for HPAIR 2003
      -------------------------
      www.hpair.org
      hpair@...


      ===========================================
      HPAIR2003 CALL FOR PAPERS


      HPAIR2003 invites upperclassmen, graduate students and postgraduates
      pursuing research relevant to one of the specific HPAIR 2003 topics
      to submit a paper for publication in the HPAIR2003 Conference
      Proceedings. Submissions should be in a format resembling that of a
      scholarly journal article in the field, be approximately 15-20 pages
      in length, and include extensive citations. Submissions may reflect
      any of a wide variety of methodologies and/or perspectives, and may
      employ approaches including but not limited to case studies, formal
      models, data analyses, regional studies, or policy briefings.
      However, papers should be research-based rather than opinion pieces
      or descriptive commentaries. HPAIR requests that each research paper
      submitted by a current student be accompanied by a brief letter of
      endorsement from a faculty advisor. Each submission will be reviewed
      by the HPAIR editing committee for originality, relevance and
      publishable quality. Authors of selected submissio
      ns will be invited to present their research at a poster session at
      the conference and may be offered a limited scholarship covering a
      portion of registration fees.

      The following are the 6 submission topic categories. Sub-topics
      listed under each category are suggested but not limited to the ones
      listed below.

      1) SECURITY AND THE STATE:
      a. Terrorism in South-East Asia
      b. North/South Korean Reconciliation
      c. The Future of the US/Japan Alliance
      d. The Emergence of China
      e. Conflict in Kashmir

      2) THE URBAN/RURAL DIVIDE
      a. Microcredit and Rural Development
      b. The Challenge of Geography: Coastal/Interior Divide in China's
      Future
      c. Impact of Urban/Rural issues on Women
      d. The Cities of Asia: Urban Centers in the 21st Century

      3) THE ENVIRONMENT: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
      a. Problem and Impact Assessment
      b. Regional Environmental Issues
      c. Market Solutions vs. Traditional Approaches: Questions of Efficacy
      and Ethics
      d. International Agreements and Standards

      4) EVOLVING INSITUTIONS
      a. Transparency and Professionalism: A New Business Ethic?
      b. Rule of Law in Asia:
      c. Professionalization and Education: The Rise of Business and Law
      Schools
      d. Asian Perspectives on Supranational Organizations, Laws, and
      Agreements

      5) NEGOTIATING HEALTHCARE
      a. Epidemics and Public Health
      b. Financing Healthcare Systems: Public and Private
      c. Intellectual Property Rights and Pharmaceutical Access
      d. Women's Healthcare Issues

      6) ENTER THE DRAGON: CHINA ON THE WORLD STAGE
      a. Evaluating Chinese Economic and Political Emergence
      b. Economic Emergence and Social Change
      c. China in Asia: Assessment and Opportunities
      d. China in the International Community

      Papers and other materials should be in .pdf, .doc or .rtf (rich text
      format) form and must be submitted on our online system, which will
      be available beginning in February 2003. Further details about
      submission procedures will be available at our website by the end of
      January 2003.

      Deadlines:

      March 15, 2003 – 5 PM (EST): Abstracts must be submitted online for
      review
      April 15, 2003 – 5PM (EST): Full papers and faculty endorsement must
      be submitted online
      May 15, 2003: Notification of selection

      Please direct any questions to Daniel Yamins (yamins@...)
      and Yi-Ching Ong (ycong@...).

      Title: Understructures: Shaping the Body, Fashioning the Person
      Location: Massachusetts
      Deadline: 2002-12-31
      Description: Deadline Extended: POSTMARK DEADLINE Dec. 31st . Call
      for Papers Costume Society of America, Region I
      Understructures: Shaping the Body, Fashioning the Person
      Saturday, April 5, 2003 Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA
      Proposals are invited from a broad range of research areas,
      including the disc ...
      Contact: alyea@...
      Announcement ID: 132195
      http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/announce/show.cgi?ID=132195

      Title: Touring Britishness: International display and domestic
      multiculturalism
      Location: Oregon
      Deadline: 2003-01-15
      Description: We seek papers for a session we are organizing for
      the annual meeting of the North American Conference on British
      Studies (Portland, Oregon, October 24-26, 2003)on the
      significance of exhibitions of British art that debut in Great
      Britain but subsequently travel abroad. In particular, we want
      to exp ...
      Contact: Parsons@...
      Announcement ID: 132205
      http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/announce/show.cgi?ID=132205
      Title: Culture, Theory and Critique. CFP & contents.
      Deadline: 2003-06-01
      Description: CULTURE, THEORY AND CRITIQUE Call for papers (3) and
      contents of 43.1. _Culture, Theory and Critique_ is an
      interdisciplinary journal for the transformation and
      development of critical theories in the humanities and social
      sciences. It aims to critique and reconstruct theories by
      interfacing them wi ...
      Contact: ctc@...
      URL: www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/14735784.htm
      Announcement ID: 132190
      http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/announce/show.cgi?ID=132190

      Subject: CfP: Cultures of Post-1989 Central and East Europe,
      21-24.8.2002, Targu-Mures

      The Cultures of Post-1989 Central and East Europe, an international
      conference, will take place in Targu-Mures, Romania, 21-24 August
      2003.

      The conference is hosted by the Gheorghe Sincai Research Institute of
      the Social Sciences and the Humanities of the Romanian Academy of
      Sciences (Targu Mures) and Petru Maior University (Targu Mures).

      Abstracts of 200 words in English, German, or French with a
      biographical
      detail of 200 words are invited in the following areas of post-1989
      Central and East Europen culture, whereby comparative papers are
      preferred: Culture in general and including literature, the arts,
      film,
      music, etc.; Comparative media studies (aspects of television, radio,
      film, journalism, etc.); The politics of culture and cultural policy;
      The histories of post-1989 Central and East Europe; Cultural
      traditions
      and European integration; Intersections of society and socialization;
      Globalization, economics, and culture; Aspects of minorities, the
      marginal, and marginalization. Further topics and proposals of
      thematic
      panels are also welcome. The deadline of abstracts is 31 March 2003.

      The abstracts are invited to the conference conveners Carmen Andras at
      prognoze@... or carmen_andras@... and Steven
      Totosy totosy@...-halle.de or clcweb@... . The
      theme
      of the conference is contemporary Central and East European culture
      after the 1989-90 demise of the Soviet colonial period. A debated
      notion, Central and East Europe is defined here as a geographical
      region
      stretching from Austria and the former East Germany (incl.
      Mitteldeutschland) to Romania and Bulgaria, the Baltic countries,
      Serbia
      and the Ukraine, etc., including the Habsburg lands and German
      influence
      and their spheres of interest at various times including now. Since
      the
      events of 1989-90 and the demise of the Soviet empire, the cultures of
      Central and East Europe have engaged in a restructuring of their
      political, economic, social, and cultural environments and societies.

      While this reshaping of the region is still on-going, there is a new
      Central and East Europe in place now, politically, socially,
      economically, and culturally. The objectives of the conference include
      explorations into aspects of the social and cultural situation of the
      new Central and East Europe by scholars working in the region: based
      on
      the notion of scholarship with perspectives from the "outside" versus
      the "inside," the conference is with focus on the work of scholars
      whose
      institutional affiliation is in Central and East Europe (further
      conferences are planned to combine perspectives from the "inside" and
      from the "outside," however). The conference at Targu Mures is a
      continuation of previous gatherings such as the international
      conference
      Central European Culture Today, organized by Steven Totosy and hosted
      by
      the Canadian Centre for Austrian and Central European Studies (U of
      Alberta, Canada, 1999) and the symposia "Comparative Culture and
      Hungarian Studies" at the 24th Annual Conference of the American
      Hungarian Educator's Association (John Carroll U, USA, 1999) and
      "Comparative Cultural Studies and Post-1989 Central European Culture"
      of
      the Hungarian Discussion Group at the annual convention of the Modern
      Language Association of America (Washington, D.C., USA, 2000),
      organized
      by Steven Totosy. Selected papers from these conferences are published
      in Comparative Central European Culture, Ed. Steven Totosy de
      Zepetnek,
      in volume one in the Purdue series of Books in Comparative Cultural
      Studies http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/compstudies.htm . West
      Lafayette: Purdue UP, 2002 (see at
      http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/ccs-purdue.html ). Similarly,
      selected papers of the conference at Targu-Mures are planned to be
      published in the Purdue series of Books in Comparative Cultural
      Studies.
      http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/library/clcwebcallsforpapers.html


      Subject: H-Gender-MidEast: CfP: Islam Section: American Academy of
      Religion

      H-Gender-MidEast
      ***************

      Call for Papers, American Academy of Religion 2003
      deadline: March 1, 2003

      The section encourages paper proposals in all areas of Islamic
      studies,
      but successful proposals will reflect theoretical and methodological
      sophistication as well as innovative examination of Islamic societies
      and
      texts. Pre-arranged paper sessions are generally preferable to pre-
      arranged panels, and all pre-arranged sessions should take diversity
      into
      account when organizing their panels; respondents are essential.

      Innovative, interactive formats, and multimedia presentations are
      welcome. This year we are especially interested in papers or panels on
      the following: pedagogical issues; progressive views of Islam; reading
      Islamist texts; Qur'an and exegesis; Sufism; gender and sexuality;
      Islam
      in Asian, American (including Central and South American) and African
      societies; Islamic arts (including music, theater, and dance), and
      comparative issues.

      Note: the distinction between "paper" sessions and panel sessions:

      In general, organizers should use the paper session option; this
      allows
      you to enter separate proposals and abstracts for every individual
      paper,
      and also has a separate space to introduce the panel as a whole.
      Because our review process is blind, however, we especially ask that
      organizers pay attention to issues of diversity (ethnic, gender, age,
      discipline, etc.).

      The "panel" option should be used much more sparingly. Examples of
      two successful panels in the past were our "Teaching Islam after 9/11"
      panel this year and the panel on W.C. Smith last year. In the pre-
      organized panel, there is only a single proposal for the whole panel,
      and
      no space for individual paper proposals or abstracts.

      The American Academy of Religion is the world's largest learned
      society
      and professional association of scholars and teachers in the field of
      religion. Through academic conferences, publications and a variety of
      program and membership services, the American Academy of Religion
      (AAR) fosters excellence in scholarship and teaching. It also aims to
      advance publication and scholarly communication on religion; to
      welcome multiple perspectives on the study of religion; to support
      racial,
      ethnic and gender diversity within the Academy; and to seek ways to
      contribute to the public understanding of religion.

      The AAR's annual meeting is held every year in late November and
      provides a lively and enabling context for free inquiry, disciplined
      reflection
      and scholarly exchange on the world's religions. The Study of Islam
      section is one of fourteen program units of the AAR and was officially
      recognized in 1986. It is one of the major sections of the AAR with a
      long-
      standing and committed participation of more than a hundred active
      members. One of the most diverse groups in the AAR, the section's
      presenters, panelists, and audience represent scholars at all stages
      of
      their academic careers. The section also features regular attendance
      and
      participation of international scholars from countries including
      Egypt,
      Malaysia, Indonesia, South Africa, and China.

      The Study of Islam section serves as a forum for current research on
      Islam. The annual meeting of the AAR sponsors at least five sessions
      related to the study of Muslim faith and practice as well as
      additional
      individual presentations on Islamic topics in other program units and
      sessions. The cultural and linguistic diversity, the regional and
      historica=
      l
      range, and the varieties of methodologies currently used in Islamic
      Studies make the section's offerings rich and diverse from year to
      year.
      The themes of the sessions fall under the following categories:

      1. The study of Islamic texts and scriptures;
      2. The study of lived Islam in various regions and cultures;
      3. Methodology and approaches to the study of Islam;
      4. Issues such as gender, liberation theology, human rights;
      5. Specializations within Islamic studies including Mysticism, Law,
      Theology, Philosophy, Shi=91ism.

      Our policy is to encourage methodological sophistication, ideological
      diversity and inter-disciplinary discussion in our program. Shared
      sessions with other program units of the academy have encompassed
      fields such as Islamic Ethics, Gender, Islamic and Judaic Studies, and
      Islam and Academic Teaching, and the Study of Religion. Given the
      importance of scripture in Islam, the Study of Islam section
      regularly
      sets
      aside one session for Qur'anic Studies. The section encourages the use
      of inter-disciplinary discourses that bridge textual, philological,
      sociological and anthropological approaches to the Qur'an as well as
      other Islamic texts.

      An additional aspect of the Study of Islam section is its outreach to
      the
      broader membership of the AAR by offering sessions concerning the
      teaching of Islam in the undergraduate liberal arts curriculum. Many
      American university programs in Religious Studies draw upon non-
      specialists to offer introductory courses on the Islamic world. The
      sessions on teaching Islam provide a forum for addressing important
      pedagogical issues. They also offer scholars an opportunity to
      deliberate
      on the broader conceptual categories and frameworks used in the study
      of religions. The Study of Islam section is thus a critical resource
      within
      the AAR for other scholars of religion who may not have Islamic
      experts
      in
      their departments.

      The Study of Islam section also has a list-serve for its members
      called
      islamaar. (To join the list-serve, follow the directions on http://
      groups.colgate.edu/aarislam/listserv.htm). The list facilitates
      communication about scholarly topics and disseminates information
      about grants, employment, workshops and AAR business. Recent topics
      of discussion on the list have ranged from the best software for
      studying
      the Qur'an to the pros and cons of using novels in undergraduate
      teaching. In addition to the e-mail list, a special announcement
      informing
      members of all papers and panels with content of special interest to
      Islamicists is sent to the membership before the annual meeting. As
      the
      premiere international forum for the study of religions, the AAR
      plays
      a ke=
      y
      role in influencing the way that scholars and teachers of religion in
      North
      America and abroad construct their curricula and discipline. Within
      this
      context, the Study of Islam section has a unique and important role
      to
      play
      in shaping the academic study of Islam. Considering its growing
      importance as the world's second largest faith and its social,
      economic
      and political relevance to contemporary life, the Islamic world has
      not
      received the attention it deserves in higher education. Thus, the
      Study
      of
      Islam section's goals are: to anchor the study of Islam centrally
      within th=
      e
      wider academic study of religions; to provide a disciplined forum for
      critical inquiry and high quality, original scholarship in Islamic
      Studies;
      and to encourage comparative and inter-disciplinary study of Islam and
      Muslim societies.

      http://groups.colgate.edu/aarislam/default.htm

      ------------------------------

      Date: Wed, 25 Dec 2002 09:29:45 +0200
      From: Martina Rieker <mrieker@...>
      Subject: H-Gender-MidEast: CfP: Sexuality After Foucault (Manchester)

      H-Gender-MidEast
      ***************

      University of Manchester
      Centre for the Study of Sexuality and Culture
      Conference Announcement

      SEXUALITY AFTER FOUCAULT
      November 28-30, 2003


      CALL FOR PAPERS
      In 2003 the University of Manchester will launch an interdisciplinary,
      multi-disciplinary, and cross-faculty Centre for the Study of
      Sexuality
      and
      Culture, with a particular focus on the relationships between
      sexuality,
      culture and history. To mark the establishment of the Centre at
      Manchester, and to foster a stimulating intellectual exchange between
      UK
      researchers and scholars elsewhere, we propose an international
      conference on "Sexuality After Foucault."

      Next year also marks the 25th anniversary of the translation into
      English
      of Michel Foucault1s History of Sexuality, vol. 1. Sexuality and
      gender
      studies have been dominated by the claims and assumptions of
      Foucault, though of late some scholars have suggested that the time is
      long overdue to explore new paradigms and approaches. The purpose of
      this conference is to debate the continuing relevance of Foucault's
      work in
      a changing historical context, to assess its strengths and
      limitations,
      and
      to develop new theoretical approaches to the study of sexuality.

      Some confirmed speakers include: Carolyn Dinshaw (New York
      University), David Halperin (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), Don
      Kulick
      (New York University), Cindy Patton (Simon Fraser University), Valerie
      Traub (University of Michigan), and Jeffrey Weeks (South Bank
      University).

      We invite submissions of panel proposals or individual papers from any
      disciplinary background which might address, but need not be limited
      to,
      the following topics and questions:
      SEXUALITY, HISTORY AND MODERNITY
      Foucault1s account of sexuality relies on a specific understanding of
      history and the Enlightenment which has been challenged from various
      positions. Does Foucault1s historicism need revising? What other
      discursive forces contribute towards our understanding of sexuality?
      Has
      Foucault1s work neglected to consider (other) material pressures on
      sexuality? Are sexological categories and reverse discourses still
      relevant to the 21st century?

      SEXUALITY AND =8CGLOBALIZATION1
      Foucault1s work relates to a specifically Western context. In what
      ways
      do cultural interactions force us to revise this perspective? What
      are
      the
      effects of an increasingly =8Cintegrated1 capitalist world order on
      the
      disciplining of sexuality? What forms of resistance are possible?

      GENDER, TRANSGENDER, TRANSSEXUALITY AND SEXUAL IDENTITY
      Foucault1s work has been accused of being gender blind. More
      recently,
      studies of sexology have challenged the view that the category of
      =8Cthe
      homosexual1 referred simply to same-sex attraction and not gender
      orientation. What are the (changing) relationships between sexual
      identification and gender identification? What tensions exist between
      queer/transgender politics and transsexual claims? Are we witnessing
      a
      return to essentialism?

      SEXUALITY AND REPRESENTATION
      Do sexual identities continue to determine sexual representation?
      Are
      we
      witnessing the emergence of post-gay, post-lesbian or even post-queer
      cultural production? Is it still meaningful to talk about a
      distinction
      between sexual subcultures and dominant cultures? Are cultural
      representations accountable to subcultural formations?

      SEXUALITY AND ETHICS
      Foucault1s second and third volumes on sexuality articulated an ethics
      absent from his earlier work. How adequate are his reflections on
      sexual
      ethics? What is the relationship between sexual ethics and sexual
      politics? What are the ethical limits of sexual dissidence?


      PANEL ORGANIZERS
      We particularly welcome panel proposals. Please organize your
      submission as
      follows:
      * session title
      * name of organizer, institutional affiliation, discipline or
      department,
      postal address, phone number and email address
      * chair1s name, institutional affiliation, discipline or department,
      postal
      address, phone number and email address
      * panelists1 names, paper titles, institutional affiliations,
      disciplines o=
      r
      departments and full contact information (including email address)
      * a 500-word abstract describing the rationale of the panel and
      content
      of
      individual papers

      INDIVIDUAL PAPERS
      Please organize your submission as follows:
      * an abstract of between 200 and 300 words for a 20 minute paper
      * a short biographical statement of up to 100 words
      * institutional affiliation, discipline or department, postal
      address,
      phon=
      e
      number and email address

      DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS & PAPERS: 28th
      MARCH 2003

      Proposals may be sent by post or email to:
      Dr Laura Doan, or Dr David Alderson,
      Women1s Studies Centre, Dept of English and American
      Studies,
      Roscoe Building, Arts Faculty,
      University of Manchester, University of Manchester,
      Oxford Road, Oxford Road,
      Manchester, M13 9PL Manchester, M13 9PL
      UK UK
      laura.doan@... david.alderson@...

      Selected papers from the conference will be published in a special
      edition
      of GLQ.


      2.
      Subject: Yorgun insanlar


      ESKIDEN

      Çember çevrilir
      Su musluktan içilir
      Agaçlara tirmanilirdi

      Bebekler bezden
      Silahlar tahtadan
      Resimler kömür karasindan yapilirdi

      Kizlara ninelerinin, erkeklere dedelerinin
      Isimleri konulur
      Saatli maarif okunurdu
      Komsuda pisen
      Bize de piser
      Bizde pisen komsuya düserdi

      Geceler ayaz
      Sokaklar karanlik
      Yildizlar parlak olurdu

      Tursu, salça, manti
      Evde yapilir
      Karpuz kuyuda sogutulurdu

      Erik agacinin çiçegi
      Pencere camimiza yaslanir
      Güz yapraklari bahçemize düserdi

      Kardan adam yapilir
      Evlerde soba yakilir
      Kis gecelerinde masal anlatilirdi

      Merdiven çikilir
      Aidat ödenmez
      Yönetici seçilmezdi

      Evler badanali
      Sokaklar lambasiz
      Mahalleler bekçili olurdu

      Ajans radyodan dinlenir
      Çizgili roman okunur
      Defterlere kenar süsü yapilirdi

      Hayat
      Arkasi yarin gibiydi
      Kesintisizdi
      Her gün yasanacak bir sey vardi
      Herkes kendi düsünü kurar
      Kendi hayatini oynardi

      Simdi
      Hayat tek perdelik bir oyun
      Stand-up bir yalnizlik gibi

      Simdi
      Herkes
      Yogun
      Yorgun
      Ve
      Tek basina

      CAN DÜNDAR

      Subject: Edgar Poe - Annabel Lee

      Annabel Lee


      Senelerce senelerce evveldi
      Bir deniz ülkesinde
      Yaþayan bir kýz vardý bileceksiniz
      Ýsmi; Annabel Lee
      Hiç birþey düþünmezdi sevilmekten
      Sevmekten baþka beni
      O çocuk ben çocuk, memleketimiz
      O deniz ülkesiydi
      Sevdalý deðil karasevdalýydýk
      Ben ve Annabel Lee
      Göklerde uçan melekler
      Kýskanýrlardý bizi
      Bir gün iþte bu yüzden göze geldi
      O deniz ülkesinde
      Üþüdü bir rüzgarýndan bulutun
      Güzelim Annabel Lee
      Götürdüler el üstünde
      Koyup gittiler beni
      Mezarý oradadýr þimdi
      O deniz ülkesinde
      Biz daha bahtiyardýk meleklerden
      Onlar kýskanýrdý bizi
      Evet !Bu yüzden 'Þahidimdir herkes ve deniz ülkesi'
      Bir gece rüzgarýndan bulutun
      Üþüdü gitti Annabel Lee
      Sevdadan yana kim olursa olsun
      Yaþca baþca ileri
      Geçemezlerdi bizi
      Ne yedi kat göklerdeki melekler
      Ne deniz dibi cinleri
      Hiç biri ayýramaz beni senden
      Güzelim Annabel Lee
      Ay gelir ýþýr, hayalin eriþir

      Güzelim Annabel Lee
      Orda gecelerim uzanýr beklerim
      Sevgilim sevgilim hayatým gelinim
      O azgýn sahildeki
      Yattýðýn yerde seni...

      Edgar Allan Poe
      Yalnýzsýn

      Bir akþam ýþýklarýn daðlara güldüðünü
      Bir akþam bulutlarýn seyre döküldüðünü

      Görürsün hasretiyle sabah ezgilerinin
      Bir akþam gözlerin ufka dalar pek derin

      Kuþlar öter, uçuþur yeþil dallara konar
      Umutlar yaprak yaprak alevlenir de yanar

      Son mutluluk sesleri dökülür dudaklardan
      Ýnsanlar gölge gibi çekilir sokaklardan

      Rüzgar okþamaktayken anne gibi tenini
      Gecenin kollarý sessizce yakalar seni

      Anlarsýn gözlerinin dolup boþaldýðýný
      Anlarsýn yalnýzlýðý ve yalnýz kaldýðýný...

      Nurullah Genç



      Yalnýzlýða Dair

      Can yoldaþýn olmazsa olmasýn
      Yalnýzým diye hayýflanmayasýn,
      Eðilmiþ üstüne gökyüzü masmavi
      Bir anne þefkatine müsavi.
      Üç adým ötede deniz
      Dosttur, ne öfkesi ne durgunluðu sebepsiz.
      Bir derdin varsa açabilirsin aðaçlara
      Aðaç yaprak verir, sýr vermez rüzgara
      Ve kýþ yaz,
      Dalda kuþ eksik olmaz
      Dað baþýnda duman
      Yalnýzlýk nedir göreceksin
      öldüðün zaman.

      Cahit Sýtký Tarancý



      Yalnýzlýk Macerasý

      Öyle yalnýz kaldým ki hayatýmda
      Kimi gün öldüm kimi gün ilah oldum
      Çok zaman annemin dizlerine hasret
      Koydum baþýmý kendi dizlerime
      Doya doya aðladým

      Paylaþýrsa dost paylaþýrmýþ
      Ýnsanýn derdini sevincini
      Dost ümidiyle ortalýða düþmeye gör
      Hangi kapýyý çalsan kimseler yok
      Hangi omuza dokunsam yabancý çýkar

      Aþýk mý olmadým taparcasýna
      Bir Mecnun geçti o çöllerden bir de ben
      Diz mi çektirmedim alemde Kerem gibi
      Ferhat gibi gürz mü sallamadým daðlara
      Ne Leyla yar oldu bana ne Aslý ne Þirin

      O gün bugün sýrtýmý kendim sývazlýyorum
      Sabahlarý sokaða çýkmadan evvel
      Cesaret þairim cesaret
      Kendi saçlarýmý okþuyorum geceleri
      Sevgilimin saçlarý niyetine.

      Cahit Sýtký Tarancý






      3.
      Pristina Summer University 2003 - Apply to Study
      14 July - August 1, 2003

      a.. 30 intensive courses, taught by international professors !
      b.. 100 full scholarships !
      c.. No tuition fees !
      In the summer of 2003 the University of Pristina (UP) and the
      Academic Training Association (ATA) will organise the 3rd edition of
      the Pristina Summer University in Pristina, Kosovo. The programme
      will bring together regional & international professors and lecturers
      for a period of three weeks and will provide about 30 courses and
      workshops in the field of humanities, law, economics, social
      sciences, arts, medicine and natural sciences. In addition, public
      discussions, lectures etc. will be organised on prominent issues in
      Kosovar and (South) East European society. Recreational events and
      excursions will also be organised for students and staff. Sixhundred
      participants will be accepted at the PSU 2003, of which 450 from
      Kosovo, 100 participants from the SEE region, and 50 self-financing
      international students.

      Pre-register now online at www.academictraining.org and be informed
      as soon as the official registration process starts.
      Subject: CfA: 2003 Harrison Small Grants

      2003 Harrison Small Grants

      The Southeast European Studies Association (SEESA) is currently
      accepting
      applications for its Harrison Small Grants program. SEESA will award
      up
      to
      two grants of up to $500 to support graduate student participation in
      conferences with panels on Southeastern Europe in the 2003 calendar
      year. Grants will be made only to graduate students affiliated with
      North
      American universities, who plan to present papers in any discipline
      related
      to the Southeast European region, including the successor states of
      the
      former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Romania, Albania, Greece, and
      Turkey. Proposals which focus on comparative analysis of issues
      across
      national boundaries in Southeast Europe will be given preference.
      Grants
      will be disbursed once receipts from conference travel are submitted
      following the conference. To apply, send a letter, a one-page c.v., a
      supporting letter from a university faculty member, an estimated
      budget
      for
      conference participation (airfare/lodging, etc.), and a brief summary
      of
      the proposed paper to:

      Prof. John Leafgren, SEESA President,
      Department of Russian and Slavic Studies
      Learning Services Building 305
      University of Arizona
      Tucson, AZ 85721

      You may send inquiries about this program to the same address or to
      leafgren@....

      Application deadline is March 15, 2003.

      4.
      Subject: H-Net reviews posted to the web 16 Dec 2002 - 23 Dec 2002

      The following 21 reviews were posted to the H-Net web site between
      16 Dec 2002 and 23 Dec 2002.

      Reviewed for H-Judaic by David B. Levy
      Michael L. Morgan. _Interim Judaism: Jewish Thought in a Century
      of Crisis_. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University
      Press, 2001. Indes. $37.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-253-21441-6.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=78631040065657

      Reviewed for H-Minerva by Richard A. Voeltz
      Maria Hohn. _GIs and Frauleins: The German American Encounter in
      1950s West Germany_. Chapel Hill and London: University of North
      Carlina Press, 2002. xiii + 337 pp. $59.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-8078-
      2706-1; $22.50 (paper), ISBN 0-8078-5375-5.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=229951040102280

      Reviewed for H-NILAS by Mary Oak O'Kane
      Warren David Jacobs and Karen I. Shragg, eds. _Tree Stories: A
      Collection of Extraordinary Encounters_. Hygiene, Colo.: SunShine
      Press, 2002. x + 181 pp. $16.00 (paper), ISBN 1-888604-22-0.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=230411040102301

      Reviewed for H-Gender-MidEast by Rehana Ghadially
      Jonah Blank. _Mullahs on the Mainframe: Islam and Modernity Among
      the Daudi Bohras_. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press,
      2001. xviii + 408 pp. $40.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-226-05676-7;
      $22.50 (paper, ISBN 0-226-05677-5.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=230431040102310

      Reviewed for H-Florida by Astrid Whidden
      Elsbeth K. Gordon. _Florida's Colonial Architectural Heritage_.
      Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2002. 352 pp. $39.95
      (cloth), ISBN 0-8130-2463-3.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=230961040102387

      Reviewed for H-SAfrica by James B. Petersen
      Catherine Panter-Brick, Robert H. Layton, and Peter Rowley-Conwy,
      eds. _Hunter-Gatherers: An Interdisciplinary Perspective_. New
      York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. xii + 341
      pp. $90.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-521-77210-9; $30.00 (paper), ISBN 0-
      521-77672-4.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=126141040235999

      Reviewed for H-Pol by Richard P. Mulcahy
      Nelson Lichtenstein. _State of the Union: A Century of American
      Labor_. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2002. xi + 336
      pp. $29.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-691-05768-0.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=126231040236002

      Reviewed for H-German by Rose Gatens
      Arthur D. Brenner. _Emil J. Gumbel, Weimar German Pacifist and
      Professor_. Boston and Leiden: Brill, 2001. ix + 227. $70.00
      (cloth), ISBN 0-391-04101-0.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=126291040236006

      Reviewed for H-German by Raffael Scheck
      Julia Sneeringer. _Winning Women's Votes: Propaganda and Politics
      in Weimar Germany_. Chapel Hill and London: The University of
      North Carolina Press, 2002. xi + 365 pp. $65.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-
      807-82674-X; $27.50 (paper), ISBN 0-807-85341-0.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=126351040236009

      Reviewed for H-Albion by William Gibson
      Bryan D. Spinks. _Sacraments, Ceremonies, and the Stuart Divines:
      Sacramental Theology and Liturgy in England and Scotland, 1603-
      1662_. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2002. xiv + 240 pp.
      $79.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-7546-1475-1.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=126421040236013

      Reviewed for H-SAWH by Susan L. Smith
      Sharla M. Fett. _Working Cures: Healing, Health, and Power on
      Southern Slave Plantations_. Chapel Hill: University of North
      Carolina Press, 2002. ix + 290 pp. $39.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-8078-
      2709-6; $18.95 (paper), ISBN 0-8078-5378-X.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=126791040236023

      Reviewed for H-SAfrica by Joan Wardrop
      Pierre du Toit. _South Africa's Brittle Peace: The Problem of
      Post-Settlement Violence_. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave,
      2001. xv + 222 pp. $65.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-333-77918-5.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=188221040238734

      Reviewed for H-South by Andrew S. Moore
      Gaines M. Foster. _Moral Reconstruction: Christian Lobbyists and
      the Federal Legislation of Morality, 1865-1920_. Chapel Hill and
      London: The University of North Carolina Press, 2002. xiii + 318
      pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-8078-2697-9; $19.95 (paper), ISBN 0-
      8078-5366-6.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=188251040238737

      Reviewed for H-Diplo by Mark F. Proudman
      Darlene Rivas. _Missionary Capitalist: Nelson Rockefeller in
      Venezuela_. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press,
      2002. xiv + 290 pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-8078-2684-7; $19.95
      (paper), ISBN 0-8078-5350-X.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=188311040238747

      Reviewed for H-Environment by Sylvia Washington
      Laura Westra and Bill E. Lawson, eds. _Faces of Environmental
      Racism: Confronting Issues of Global Justice_. Lanham: Rowman
      and Littlefield, 2001. ix + 266. $65.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-7425-
      1248-7; $24.95 (paper), ISBN 0-7425-1249-5.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=188341040238750

      Reviewed for H-South by Steve Wall
      Thomas A. Underwood. _Allen Tate: Orphan of the South_.
      Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2001. viii +
      447 pp. $35.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-691-06950-6.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=188811040238795

      Reviewed for H-South by Steve Wall
      Paul V. Murphy. _The Rebuke of History: The Southern Agrarians
      and American Conservative Thought_. Chapel Hill and London: The
      University of North Carolina Press, 2001. xii + 351 pp. $49.95
      (cloth), ISBN 0-8078-2630-8; $19.95 (paper), ISBN 0-8078-4960-X.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=188951040238821

      Reviewed for H-South by Derek Catsam
      Diane McWhorter. _Carry Me Home: Birmingham, Alabama: The
      Climactic Battle of the Civil Rights Revolution_. New York: Simon
      & Schuster, 2001. 701 pp. $35.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-684-80747-5;
      $17.00 (paper), ISBN 0-743-21772-1.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=249601040241446

      Reviewed for H-Genocide by George C. Browder
      Robert Gellately. _Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi
      Germany_. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
      xvii + 359 pp. $35.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-19-820560-0; $17.95
      (paper), ISBN 0-19-280291-7.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=251431040241542

      Reviewed for H-Florida by William R. Day, Jr.
      Alan K. Craig. _Spanish Colonial Silver Coins in the Florida
      Collection_. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2000. xxv
      + 217 pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-8130-1748-3.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=280021040242665

      Reviewed for H-Florida by William R. Day, Jr.
      Alan K. Craig. _Spanish Colonial Gold Coins in the Florida
      Collection_. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2000. xiv
      + 94 pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-8130-1802-1.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=280081040242668

      The following 8 reviews were posted to the H-Net web site between
      23 Dec 2002 and 30 Dec 2002.

      Reviewed for H-Africa by Charles Verharen
      Festus Eribo and Enoh Tanjong, eds. _Journalism and Mass
      Communication in Africa: Cameroon_. Lanham and Oxford: Lexington
      Books, 2002. x + 169 pp. $65.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-7391-0377-6.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=214941040889985

      Reviewed for H-Diplo by Niels P. Petersson
      Muriel E. Chamberlain. _The Longman Companion to Formation of the
      European Empires, 1488-1920_. Harlow: Longman/Pearson, 2000.
      viii + 267 pp. $25.95 (paper), ISBN 0-582-36979-7.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=215101040889993

      Reviewed for H-Canada by Jeff A. Webb
      Miriam Wright. _A Fishery for Modern Times: The State and the
      Industrialization of the Newfoundland Fishery, 1934-1968_. The
      Canadian Social History Series. Oxford: Oxford University Press,
      2000. viii + 196 pp. $24.95 (paper), ISBN 0-19-541620-1.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=216371040890030

      Reviewed for H-Albion by Ethan H. Shagan
      Tim Thornton. _Cheshire and the Tudor State, 1480-1560_.
      Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 2000. xii + 320 pp.
      $70.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-8619-3248-X.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=216591040890038

      Reviewed for H-SAfrica by Gordon Pirie
      Alan Schwerin. _Apartheid's Landscape and Ideas: A Scorched
      Soul_. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2001. xv + 318
      pp. $75.00 (cloth), ISBN 1-58046-080-1.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=216651040890041

      Reviewed for H-SAfrica by Elsabe Brink
      Naomi Musiker and Reuben Musiker. _Historical Dictionary of
      Greater Johannesburg_. Lanham and Oxford: Scarecrow Press, 1999.
      380 pp. $98.50 (cloth), ISBN 0-8108-3520-7.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=216711040890044

      Reviewed for H-Albion by Susan Mitchell Sommers
      Mona Scheuermann. _In Praise of Poverty: Hannah More Counters
      Thomas Paine and the Radical Threat_. Lexington: University Press
      of Kentucky, 2002. 256 pp. $36.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-8131-2222-8.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=322371040943530

      Reviewed for H-Albion by Jeremy Black
      Hannah Barker and Simon Burrows, eds. _Press, Politics and the
      Public Sphere in Europe and North America, 1760-1820_. Cambridge:
      Cambridge University Press, 2002. ix + 263 pp. $60.00 (cloth),
      ISBN 0-521-66207-9.
      http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=322421040943533


      5.
      Title: Action Research Summer School
      Begins: 2003-07-02
      Description: This conference will bring together people who share
      interests in action research and who have experience of trying
      to support change in social and organisational systems. It will
      provide opportunities to explore various theories of systemic
      practice and different theories of practice. Together we w ...
      Contact: solar@...
      URL: www.uwe.ac.uk/solar/Events/Level2/SummerSchool.htm
      Announcement ID: 132201
      http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/announce/show.cgi?ID=132201

      6.
      Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University

      http://fbc.binghamton.edu/commentr.htm

      Commentary No. 104 - Jan. 1, 2003

      "Northeast Asia in the Coming Decade"

      While the world's attention in 2002 has been largely concentrated on
      Iraq,
      an even more crucial arena of the world-system, Northeast Asia, has
      seen
      extremely important developments in the past year. China has
      witnessed
      a
      passing of the guard to a somewhat younger generation. Japan has seen
      a
      slow
      and quiet pulling away from the U.S. that parallels that of Germany.
      And
      Korea has been the site of two events that promise to transform the
      situation in the region and the world.

      North Korea has reacted to President Bush's tough line - ceasing
      negotiations and listing North Korea as part of the "axis of evil" -
      with a
      demonstration that two can play at that game. The North Korean
      government
      announced successively that it has weapons of mass destruction, that
      it
      is
      putting its nuclear reactor back on line, and that it has disabled the
      nuclear detection devices of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
      And at
      the very same time, South Korea has elected Roh Moo Hyun, the
      candidate
      of
      the Millennium party dedicated to maintaining the "sunshine policy" of
      President Kim Dae Jung. True the election was close, but until
      recently, Roh
      Moo Hyun was expected to lose the election to a more conservative
      candidate,
      one hostile to the "sunshine poli-cy." The tide of anti-Bush feeling
      no
      doubt helped Roh to win, as it had helped Gerhard Schroeder in Germany
      earlier this year.

      In the short run, both forms of defiance of U.S. policy mark a
      setback
      for
      President Bush. He may be thinking that he will get to the Korean
      issues,
      once he has solved the Iraqi situation and ousted Saddam Hussein. But
      the
      reality is that he can do little. His choice in the case of North
      Korea
      is
      negotiate or fight. And much as he doesn't want to negotiate,
      fighting
      is
      not a strong option. For one thing, the last war ended in a draw. And
      even
      if the world situation, politically and militarily, has changed from
      fifty
      years ago, it is by no means sure that the U.S. could do better this
      time.
      What is sure is that a war would find both South Korean populations
      and
      the
      U.S. troops stationed there highly vulnerable to sudden death. But if
      North
      Korea can force the U.S. to the negotiating table, it will be seen as
      a
      humiliation to President Bush.

      What President Bush is counting on, apparently, is that the neighbors
      of
      North Korea - South Korea, Japan, China, and Russia - will join the
      U.S. in
      getting North Korea to dismantle its nuclear program prior to any
      negotiations. It is however unlikely that the neighbors will invest
      too
      much
      effort in getting behind the Bush plan, even if they too would like
      to
      see
      North Korea's program dismantled. And in any case it is most unlikely
      that
      North Korea will cede to such pressures. What is more likely is that
      U.S.
      pressure will lead to strong internal divisions in South Korea,
      Japan,
      and
      even China.

      It would be a mistake to discuss this situation only in terms of the
      immediate issues. It would be more useful to consider what are the
      longer-term concerns of the three historic zones of Northeast Asia -
      China,
      Korea, and Japan - and how the three sets of zonal concerns interact
      with
      each other. China's priorities seem quite clear: hold the country
      together,
      strengthen its military, strengthen its share in world production, and
      reincorporate Taiwan. Furthermore, I would argue that I have listed
      them in
      order of importance for the Chinese government. In all four spheres,
      the
      Chinese government has made important progress in the last decade,
      and
      is
      likely to continue to make progress in the decade to come.
      Nonetheless,
      should it falter in the first objective - holding the country
      together
      - the
      other three would become virtually impossible. And while the Chinese
      government has been doing well in this regard, it knows that it faces
      continuing dangerous situations interna!
      lly.

      For Korea - North and South - the primary issue is and will remain
      reunification. But reunification on whose terms and at what price?
      Both
      governments are determined not to make basic political concessions,
      and
      without some change reunification is impossible. Economically, North
      Korea
      seems to be in desperate disrepair, while South Korea is worried about
      maintaining its relatively good position in the world-economy, which
      is
      threatened both by world economic downturn and the enormous costs of
      any
      approach to reunification. The German experience is very much to the
      fore of
      South Korean collective consciousness. I suppose South Koreans
      devoted
      to a
      sunshine policy could hope for a North Korean Gorbachev, but what
      would
      happen if one appeared on the scene is very uncertain.

      As for Japan, the main political mood of the present is absolute
      uncertainty
      about what to do and the sense that, if one is unsure where to head,
      the
      best thing to do is nothing, or very little. There are two main
      doubts:
      how
      to recuperate the sense of world-economic dynamism Japan displayed in
      the
      1970s and 1980s; and whether or not to become a normal military
      power,
      and
      with that, to become a semi-independent political actor on the world
      scene.

      The reality is that the dilemmas facing the three zones of Northeast
      Asia
      are not soluble separately. They are intertwined because the lasting
      influence of Northeast Asia on the world scene is dependent on their
      ability
      to come together as a region economically, and thereby to form a
      cooperative
      triangle in the political and military arenas. This means not only
      solving
      the internal dilemmas of each but resolving very acute historic
      quarrels.
      Neither Korea nor China have forgiven Japan its aggressive policies
      in
      the
      first half of the twentieth century. Japan still suffers from a
      lingering
      sense of cultural debt to China and even to Korea, and all its recent
      achievements have not totally overcome the sense of unspoken
      inferiority.
      And China and Korea remain quite wary of each other.

      Nonetheless, the three zones have a great deal to offer each other,
      and
      do
      share not merely geographic contiguity but a common cultural heritage
      not
      very different from the kind of common cultural heritage that west
      European
      countries use as a mode of bonding. But it is the geopolitics of the
      situation that is in the forefront. In an era of U.S. hegemonic
      decline,
      northeast Asia is in competition less with the U.S. than with western
      Europe
      as the major locus of capital accumulation in the half-century to
      come.
      And
      in an era of world-systemic transition, northeast Asia will not be
      able
      to
      hold its own unless it can grapple with the problem of global
      inequality and
      the demands of the South for a qualitatively different kind of
      world-system.
      Facing either issue, that of the loci of capital accumulation and
      that
      of
      overcoming the polarization of the existing
      world-system, northeast Asia will not be able to play the kind of
      role
      it
      manifestly wishes to play without coming together in some form. And
      its
      coming together is dependent on the ability of the three zones to
      resolve
      their current dilemmas and to help each other resolve them.

      Immanuel Wallerstein

      [Copyright by Immanuel Wallerstein. All rights reserved. Permission is
      granted to download, forward electronically or e-mail to others and
      to
      post
      this text on non-commercial community Internet sites, provided the
      essay
      remains intact and the copyright note is displayed. To translate this
      text,
      publish it in printed and/or other forms, including commercial
      Internet
      sites and excerpts, contact the author at iwaller@...; fax:
      1-607-777-4315.

      These commentaries, published twice monthly, are intended to be
      reflections
      on the contemporary world scene, as seen from the perspective not of
      the
      immediate headlines but of the long term.]
    • Tuba Unlu
      Dear all, The latest annual newsletter of the South East European Studies Programme at the St Antony s College, Oxford University is now available at
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        Dear all,
        The latest annual newsletter of the South East European Studies
        Programme at the St Antony's College, Oxford University is now available
        at http://www.sant.ox.ac.uk/areastudies/SEESP-newsletter2004.pdf.
        Among other things, this issue covers the keynote lecture of Mr Recep
        Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish Prime Minister,which he delievered on May 28 in
        the Oxford University.
        Thanks
        Tuba Unlu

        --
        Tuba Ünlü
        Research Associate
        South East European Studies Programme
        St Antony's College
        Oxford University

        Ph.D. Candidate
        Department of Government
        Georgetown University

        tuba.unlu@...
        unlut@...
        Tel:++44(0)7963 629448
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