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12-13 October 2023

Postponed Abstract Submission Deadline April 26, 2023
Notification of Abstracts Acceptance June 2, 2023
Full Paper /  Poster Submission Deadline August 14, 2023
Notification of Full Paper / Poster Evaluation September 19, 2023
Symposium October 12-13, 2023

On the occasion of the centenary of the founding of the Republic of Türkiye, “The Republic, Architecture and the City: The Legacy of 100 Years” International Symposium, organized by Istanbul Kültür University Faculty of Architecture, aims to draw a multi-scaled picture of the history of spatial design in the Republican period.
Through sessions of paper presentations, exhibitions, panel and workshop, the changes experienced in the design practices with the establishment of the Republic and the evolution of design ideas through the different political and economic periods during the one hundred year old history of the Republic, will be discussed with the goal to better understand the past, present and future of architecture and related fields of design and planning in Türkiye. 
With this aim, we invite papers and posters within the disciplines of architecture, city planning, interior architecture, industrial design and landscape architecture across all three time periods of the Republic, i.e. 1923-50, 1950-80, 1980-2023 eras, addressing topics that may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Actors who shaped architecture during the Republican period
  • Design education in the Republican period
  • Conservation of the architectural heritage of the Republican period
  •  Architecture, planning and design competitions
  • Co-relations between design and art
  • Spatial policies of the Republican period
  • Foresight for the future
  • Neslihan Dostoğlu, Prof. Dr. (Chair)
  • Esra Bostancıoğlu, Prof. Dr.
  • Esin Kasapoğlu, Prof. Dr.
  • Rana Kutlu, Prof. Dr.
  • Armağan S. Melikoğlu Eke, Assoc. Prof. Dr.
  • Ceren Göğüş, Asst. Prof. Dr.
  • Bilge Şan Özbilen, Asst. Prof. Dr.
  • İdil Akkuzu, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
  • Berkay Oskay, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
  • Kadir Yesir, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
  • Zeynep Ahunbay, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Technical University, Türkiye 
  • Esra Akcan, Prof. Dr., Cornell University, USA
  • İpek Akpınar, Prof.Dr., İzmir Institute of Technology, Türkiye
  • Amin Alsaden, Dr. Lect., University of Toronto, Canada
  • Elvan Altan, Prof. Dr., Middle East Technical University, Türkiye
  • Tülin Vural Arslan, Prof. Dr., Bursa Uludağ University, Türkiye
  • Burak Asıliskender, Prof. Dr., Abdullah Gül University, Türkiye
  • E. Özlem Oral Aydın, Prof. Dr., Gebze Technical University, Türkiye
  • Havva Alkan Bala, Prof. Dr., Çukurova University, Türkiye
  • Gülsüm Baydar, Prof. Dr., Yaşar University, Türkiye
  • Ana Betancour, Prof. Dr., The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway
  • F. Cana Bilsel, Prof. Dr., Middle East Technical University, Türkiye
  • Sibel Bozdoğan, Prof. Dr., Boston University, USA
  • Ali Cengizkan, Prof. Dr., Middle East Technical University, Türkiye
  • Aziza Chaouni, Assoc. Prof. Dr., University of Toronto, Canada
  • Daniel Comsa, Assoc. Prof. Dr., Ion Mincu Univ. of Architecture and Urban Planning, Romania 
  • Alper Çabuk, Prof. Dr., Eskişehir Technical University, Türkiye
  • Zeynep Çelik, Prof. Dr., Columbia University, USA
  • Ayşen Ciravoğlu Demirdizen, Prof. Dr., Yıldız Technical University, Türkiye
  • Neslihan Dostoğlu, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Türkiye
  • Armağan S. Melikoğlu Eke, Assoc. Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Türkiye
  • Özlem Er, Prof. Dr., Bilgi University, Türkiye
  • Namık Erkal, Prof. Dr., TED University, Türkiye
  • Oya Atalay Franck, Prof. Dr., ZHAW School of Architecture, Design and Civil Engineering, Switzerland
  • Ceren Göğüş, Asst. Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Türkiye
  • Orhan Hacıhasanoğlu, Prof. Dr., Özyeğin University, Türkiye
  • Deniz Hasırcı, Prof. Dr., İzmir University of Economics, Türkiye
  • Hilde Heynen, Prof. Dr., Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
  • Şebnem Hoşkara, Prof. Dr., Eastern Mediterranean University, TRNC 
  • Deniz İncedayı, Prof. Dr., Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Türkiye
  • Latif Gürkan Kaya, Prof. Dr., Burdur Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Türkiye
  • Zeynep Kuban, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Technical University, Türkiye
  • >Nilgün Kuloğlu, Prof. Dr., Karadeniz Technical University, Türkiye
  • Nicolas Marine, Asst. Prof. Dr., Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
  • Alev Erkmen Özhekim, Assoc. Prof. Dr., Yıldız Technical University, Türkiye 
  • Yıldız Salman, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Technical University, Türkiye 
  • Sally Stewart, Prof. Dr., The Glasgow School of Art, Great Britain
  • >Umut Şumnu, Assoc. Prof. Dr., Başkent University, Türkiye 
  • Uğur Tanyeli, Prof. Dr., İstinye University, Türkiye
  • Şebnem Timur, Prof. Dr. İstanbul Technical University, Türkiye
  • Ana Tostoes, Prof. Dr., Tecnico-University of Lisbon, Portugal
  • Ebru Özeke Tökmeci, Prof. Dr., Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Türkiye
  • Evrim Töre, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Türkiye
  • Handan Türkoğlu, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Technical University, Türkiye
  • Zeynep Tuna Ultav, Prof. Dr., Yaşar University, Türkiye
  • Ayhan Usta, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Türkiye 
  • Gülay Usta, Prof. Dr., İstanbul Kültür University, Türkiye
  • Johan de Walsche, Prof. Dr., University of Antwerp, Belgium

Esra Akcan, Prof. Dr., Cornell University, USA
Esra AkcanEsra Akcan is Professor in the Department of Architecture and resident director at the Institute for Comparative Modernities at Cornell University. She completed her architecture degree at the METU-Turkey, and her Ph.D. and postdoctorate at Columbia University in New York. She taught at UI-Chicago, Humboldt University in Berlin, Columbia University, New School, and Pratt Institute in New York, and METU. Akcan received awards and fellowships from the Einaudi Center for International Studies, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies at Harvard University, Graham Foundation (3 times grantee), Canadian Center for Architecture (2 times scholar), American Academy in Berlin, UIC, Institute for Advanced Studies in Berlin, Clark Institute, Getty Research Institute, CAA, Mellon Foundation, DAAD and KRESS/ARIT. She is the author of Landfill Istanbul: Twelve Scenarios for a Global City (124/3,2004), Architecture in Translation: Germany, Turkey and the Modern House(Duke UP, 2012); Turkey: Modern Architectures in History (Reaktion/Chicago UP, 2012, with S.Bozdoğan); Open Architecture: Migration, Citizenship and the Urban Renewal of Berlin-Kreuzberg by IBA-1984/87 (Birkhäuser/De Gruyter UP,2018), and Abolish Human Bans: Intertwined Histories of Architecture (CCA,2022). Currently, she is editing Migration and Discrimination (with I.Dadi) and writing Right-to-Heal: Architecture in Transitions After Conflicts and Disasters.
* Keynote speaker will attend the symposium online.

Sibel Bozdoğan, Prof. Dr., Boston University, USA
Sibel Bozdoğan     Sibel Bozdogan is Visiting Professor of Modern Architecture and Urbanism at Boston University. She holds a professional degree in architecture from Middle East Technical University, Ankara, and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. She taught architectural history-theory courses at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, GSD-Harvard University and also in Turkey, at Bilgi and Kadir Has Universities in Istanbul. Her interests span trans-national histories of modern architecture and critical theories of modernity across the Global South, with a focus on Turkey, the Mediterranean and the Middle East. In addition to several articles, her publications include Modernism and Nation Building: Turkish Architectural Culture in the Early Republic (University of Washington Press, 2001), which was the recipient of the 2002 Alice Davis Hitchcock Award of the Society of Architectural Historians, and Turkey: Modern Architectures in History (Reaktion Books, 2012, co-authored with Esra Akcan). In 2018, she received the Turkish Chamber of Architects’ National Award for “lifetime contribution to architecture in Turkey”. Most recently, she published Coastal Architectures and Politics of Tourism: Leisurescapes in the Global Sunbelt (Routledge, 2022, co-edited with Panayiota Pyla and Petros Phokaides) and served as a Master Jury member in the 15th Cycle of the Aga Khan Architectural Awards.
* Keynote speaker will attend the symposium online.

Oya Atalay Franck, Prof. Dr., ZHAW School of Architecture, Design and Civil Engineering, Switzerland  
Oya Atalay Franck Prof. Dr. Oya Atalay Franck is an architect, architectural historian, and educator. She is the president of EAAE/AEEA European Association for Architectural Education since 2017 and a professor of architecture, the Dean and managing director of the School of Architecture, Design and Civil Engineering at ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences in Winterthur in Switzerland. Her teaching covers the theory and history of architecture, urbanism as well as design studio (a.o. at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy NY, ETH Zurich). Her current research focuses on design research methods/research by design, interface education/research/practice, as well as higher education politics. Her recent publications address research methodologies and design doctorate programmes. She acts as an expert in various scientific organizations, a.o. the Swiss National Foundation of Research (SNF), the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) as well as in peer review committees, quality audits, professional project competitions.
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Paper and poster presentation - 60 €
Paper and poster presentation - student - 40 €
Co-Authors (In case of participation) - 30 €
Non-presenting audience - Free of charge

*The fee includes lunches, coffee breaks, abstract booklet, certificate of participation and conference bag.
**The e-proceedings book including papers and posters will be available on the website after the symposium.
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The participants need to make their payment to the indicated EURO (€) account below. After completing the payment, the participants need to upload their invoices in the indicated section on the registration form.

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Postponed Abstract Submission Deadline April 26, 2023
Notification of Abstracts Acceptance June 2, 2023
Full Paper /  Poster Submission Deadline August 14, 2023
Notification of Full Paper / Poster Evaluation September 19, 2023
Symposium October 12-13, 2023


October 11, 2023 Wednesday
13:00 Panel: “Cumhuriyet’in 100 Yılında Türkiye’de Modern Mimarlık ve DOCOMOMO_TÜRKİYE” (Akıngüç Auditorium)
Prof. Dr. T. Elvan Altan
“Türkiye'de Modern Mimarlık ve Koruma: DOCOMOMO TR 20. Yıl Seçkisi”, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ebru Omay Polat
“Deprem, Kentsel Dönüşüm ve Modern Mimarlık”, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nilüfer Baturayoğlu Yöney
“Modern Konut Mirasının Bugünü”, Assist. Prof. Dr. Yıldız Salman
“Modern Mirasın Sürdürülebilirliği”, Res. Assist. Dr. H. İlke Alatlı
*The DOCOMOMO panel will be in Turkish
15:00 DOCOMOMO Poster Exhibition (İKÜ Art Gallery)

October 12, 2023 Thursday (Akıngüç Auditorium)
09:15-10:00 Registration

Opening Ceremony

Prof. Dr. Neslihan Dostoğlu, Dean, Symposium Chair, Faculty of Architecture, İKÜ
Deniz Ova, Director, SALT
Assist. Prof. Dr. Yıldız Salman, Co-chair, DOCOMOMO TR
İsmet Tekeli, Chair, Chamber of Interior Architects
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zeynep Eres, Vice Chair, Chamber of Architects
Prof. Dr. Oya Atalay Franck, President, EAAE
Prof. Dr. Fadime Üney Yüksektepe, Rector, İKÜ
Dr. Bahar Akıngüç Günver, Chair of the Board of Trustees, İKÜ

10:30-11:00 Keynote Speaker
Oya Atalay Franck, Prof. Dr., President, EAAE
“A Different Kind of Impact: Shifting Priorities in Architectural Education”
11:00-11:15 Coffee Break
11:15-12:35 1st Session: Spatial Policies of the Republican Period
Chair: Prof. Dr. Ayşen Ciravoğlu

11:15-11:30 “Encounters with the Public Spaces of the Modern Turkey: Belediye Park and Cumhuriyet Square in Muğla”
İlke Tekin, Öncü Başoğlan Avşar, Bora Yasin Özkuş, Yılmaz Bozkurt
11:30-11:45 “Imagination of Transformation from Architectural Pattern to Urban Open Space in Sivas: The Links of the Practice of Destruction and Reconstruction”
Pınar Koç, Uğur Tuztaşı
11:45-12:00 “Losing the Field: A 100-Year Retrospective on the Prominent Sports Locales in Ankara”
Bilge Beril Kapusuz Balcı, Bengi Su Ertürkmen Aksoy, Nihan Oya Memlük Çobanoğlu
12:00-12:15 “The Republican-Ideology-Based Transportation Axis: Rapid Cultural Development of Istasyon Street, Konya”
Feyza Topçuoğlu
12:15-12:35 Question & Answer
12:35-13:40 Lunch Break
13:40-15:00 2nd Session: Spatial Policies of the Republican Period
Chair: Prof. Dr. Evrim Özkan

13:40-13:55 “Setting the minimum to inhabit and the maximum to aid: Public Housing Standards as a tool for housing policy of the 1960s in Türkiye”
Elif Cemre Çelikcan Yozçu, Prof. Dr. Fatma Ahsen Özsoy
13:55-14:10 “A Constant Element of the Turkish Republican Town: Ziraat Bankası Branch Buildings”
Ayşe Merve Çilingir
14:10-14:25 “Visual construction of the early Republican era: Reading the Architectural Photographs of La Turquie Kemaliste Magazine”
Şeydanur Özcanlı, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ceren Katipoğlu Özmen
14:25-14:40 “On Urban Aesthetics and Socialization: Revisiting Türkiye in the 21st Century”
Saadet Kök, Prof. Dr. İpek Akpınar
14:40-15:00 Question & Answer
 15:00-15:15 Coffee Break
 15:15-16:00 Keynote Speaker
Sibel Bozdoğan (online), Prof. Dr., Boston University
“Global Legacies of Modern Architecture: View from Turkey”
16:00-16:15 Coffee Break
16:15-18:15 Panel: “Architectural Profession in the Republican Era” (The panel will be in Turkish)
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Ayhan Usta
Panelists: Melike Altınışık, Emre Arolat, Murat Tabanlıoğlu, Han Tümertekin (in alphabetical order)
18:15 Reception

October 13, 2023 Friday (Akıngüç Auditorium)
09:15-10:00 Registration
10:00-11:35 3rd Session: Actors Who Shaped Architecture During the Republican Period
Chair: Prof. Dr. Zeynep Kuban

10:00-10:15 “Traces of the Traditional "Turkish House" in the Practice of Yılmaz Sanlı”
Dr. Suzan Sanlı Esin
10:15-10:30 “The Housemaid’s Room: Mapping the spaces of paid female domestic labor through the lens of Ottoman-Turkish printed media (1908 -1928)”
Damla Göre
10:30-10:45 “A Semiological Perspective on Bruno Taut's Concept of Proportion”
Hande Tombaz
10:45-11:00 “Reconstructing the Republic: Emlak ve Eytam Bankası and its Effects on the Development of Housing Practice During the Early Republican Period”
Zeynep Erdeveci
11:00-11:15 “1923-1980 Historiography of Architecture in the Republican Era”
Emine Nisa Öztürk, Asst. Prof. Dr. Zafer Sagdic
11:15-11:35 Question & Answer

Poster Presentations

Levent Öztürel The Water Problem That Istanbul Has Experienced Since the Establishment of The Republic of Turkey
Didem Yavuz Velipaşaoğlu Echoes from an Empire to a Republic: Hereke Factory Campus (1925-1950)
- Aylin Akçabozan Taşkıran
- Can Şakir Binan
An Architect and Academician from the 1950s; Orhan Safa
- Esin Özkılıç
- Ezgi Yildirim
- Ece Yorulmaz
Urban Design Competitions in Turkey: Searching Climate Resilience Approach
Ceren Yildirim Yargıcı Reflections of Housing Problem in Turkish Popular Culture in the 1980s
Şeyda Arslan Ercan The First Years of The Republic (1923-1950) in Tavşancil Based on Archival Documents
12:05-13:15 Lunch Break
13:15-14:50 4th Session: Conservation of the Architectural Heritage of the Republican Period
Chair: Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Yıldız Salman

13:15-13:30 “Modern Museums on Medieval Foundations: the reuse of Seljuk edifices for local collections in the Early Turkish Republic”
Michelle Lynch Köycü
13:30-13:45 “The Significant Impact of the 1934 Museum and Observatory Organization Law on the History of Turkish Preservation”
Çiğdem Bilgen
13:45-14:00 “First National Architecture Movement Structure: Bandırma Palas”
Assist. Prof. Dr. Eser Çalıkuşu
14:00-14:15 “Different Approaches on the Conservation of Modern Architecture: Discussion Through Ankara University Faculty of Sciences and Faculty of Law Buildings”
Azize Elif Yabacı
14:15-14:30 “Collective (Re)Construction of Urban Memory and its Mapping as a Palimpsest: Ankara Kızılay District Case”
Abdullah Eren Demirel, Saliha Erdurmuş, Gülçe Sözen, Arzu Özen Yavuz
14:30-14:50 Question & Answer
14:50-15.05 Coffee Break
15:05-16:25 5th Session: Design Issues in the Republican Period
Chair: Prof. Dr. Orhan Hacıhasanoğlu

15:05-15:20 “A Republican Dream for Space and Future in Yeşilçam”
Hande Tulum, M. Dilara Yildirim, Zeynep Ceylan Gezer Çatalbaş
15:20-15:35 “Confrontations in Close Proximities: Experiments Among Postwar Architectural Competitions in İstanbul’s Historical Palimpsests”
Öncü Özalp
15:35-15:50 “Tracing the Bauhaus from the Republic to the Present: From Gazi University Department of Resim-İş to the Department of Architecture”
Gülçe Sözen, Arzu Özen Yavuz
15:50-16:05 “Hygienic Design of Schools as a Medium for Negotiating Modernity and Preventive Medicine in the 1930s Turkey”
Cansu Değirmencioğlu (online)
16:05-16:25 Question & Answer
16:25-16.40 Coffee Break
16:40-17:25 Keynote Speaker
Esra Akcan (online), Prof. Dr., Cornell University
“Hundred Years of Architectural Opposition in Turkey”
17:25 General Assembly

October 14, 2023 Saturday
Social Event: Tour of Contemporary Buildings in İstanbul


The workshop, organized by Istanbul Kültür University Faculty of Architecture as part of the "The Republic, Architecture and City: The Legacy of 100 Years International Symposium", will be held in Salt Galata on 29-30 September 2023.


İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi Mimarlık Fakültesi’nin düzenleyeceği “Cumhuriyet, Mimarlık ve Kent: 100 Yıllık Miras” Uluslararası Sempozyumu kapsamında 29-30 Eylül 2023 tarihlerinde Salt Galata’da gerçekleşecek olan “CUMHURİYETİN HAFIZASINDA TASARIMI ARAMAK: Bir Görsel Okuma Denemesi” ve “CUMHURİYETE DUVARDAN, DUVARA ARŞİVDEN BAKMAK” atölyeleri kapsamında Cumhuriyet tarihine dair belirlenen temalar üzerinden mimarlık, tasarım, kent ve sanata yönelik yaratıcı bir okuma yapmaya davetlisiniz.




Atölye kapsamında Salt Araştırma Merkezi bünyesindeki zengin Cumhuriyet dönemi arşivinin görsel birikimi içinde dönemin tasarım mirasının izleri sürülecektir.

Mimarlık ve tasarım, tarih içinde hem değişimin göstergesi hem de değişimi tetikleyen ve hızlandıran birer araç olarak kullanılmıştır. Toplumsal hayatın sadece sanatsal ve kültürel değil, sosyal, ekonomik ve politik bütün katmanları içinde tasarım, kentsel tasarımdan, yapı tasarımlarına ve endüstriyel tasarımlara, toplumu şekillendirici bir rol alır. Kuruluşundan itibaren Türkiye Cumhuriyeti’nde de tasarım sanatları, resmi ve gayri resmi olarak cumhuriyet ideolojilerinin kurulmasında ve yayılmasında önemli bir aktör olarak karşımıza çıkar.

“CUMHURİYETİN HAFIZASINDA TASARIMI ARAMAK: Bir Görsel Okuma Denemesi” Atölyesinin amacı, arşivde yer alan görsel birikim aracılığıyla Cumhuriyet dönemi tasarım pratiklerinin, toplumsal gündelik hayat içinde bir dekor olarak yer alan varlıklarından, değişimi tetikleyen bir araç olarak kullanımlarına kadar geçirdikleri sürecin incelenmesi ve yeniden düşünülmesidir.

Bu kapsamda kayıtlı katılımcılarla gerçekleştirilecek atölyede, Cumhuriyet dönemi tasarım üretimi incelenerek, dönemin üretim modelleri tartışmaya açılacaktır. Atölyede, arşiv taramasının yanı sıra, dönemin çeşitli yöntem, araç ve kaynakları incelenecektir.



  • 15 kişilik bir grup (3x5 kişilik veya 5x3 kişilik)
  • Dönemler: 1923-1950, 1950-1980, 1980 sonrası
  • Araçlar: Gezi fotoğrafları
                  Mimari çizimler/Eskizler
                  Fotoğraflar, kartpostal ve afişler
                  Yazılı basın: dergiler, gazeteler, yıllıklar


- Ceren Göğüş
- Şeyda Şen
- Berkay Oskay
- Merve Aksoy Oral



“Duvar”ın sözlük karşılığı kısaca; koruyucu, ayırıcı ve sınırlayıcı dikey düzlem ve engel anlamlarına gelmektedir. Bu tanımlamaların dışında duvar kelimesi farklı birçok potansiyel anlamı içermektedir. Duvarlar güvenlik ve sınır öğesi olmanın ötesinde aynı zamanda bir iletişim aracıdır. Duvar, bağlamına göre konuşur, susar. Duvarlar yayar, iddia eder, aracı olur, kavga eder, izler, isyan eder. Bu aracı olma durumu kasıtlı ya da kasıtsız, tarihsel bir alanı işgal eder ve iletilmeyi bekleyen bir enformasyona ve dolayısıyla toplumsal ve mekânsal bir belleğe dönüşür. Kent, yapı ve iç mekan ölçeklerinde fiziksel duvarlara odaklanacağımız bu çalıştayın bizi cumhuriyet tarihindeki hangi davranışsal, psikolojik duvarların eşiğine götüreceği araştırılacak ve duvarın tarihi üzerinden toplum odaklı bir alternatif tarih okuması denenecektir.


  • 15 katılımcı ile Salt Arşiv’deki görsel dokümanların taranması
  • Kolektif kavram haritaları ve kolaj çalışmaları
  • Sürecin işlendiği ve çıkarımların yer aldığı ortak bir metin hazırlanması

- Elif Gelmez Demir
- Furkan Evliyaoğlu
- Armağan Gülhas


Atölyelere başvuru için 5 Temmuz 2023 Çarşamba günü saat 17:00’ye kadar web sitesi üzerinden ilgili formun doldurulması gereklidir. Değerlendirme sonucu olumlu olan katılımcılarla 14 Temmuz 2023 Cuma günü iletişime geçilecektir. Atölye dili Türkçedir. Başvurular sadece lisans ve lisansüstü öğrencilere açıktır.


Başvuru Formu


Duyuru Tarihi: 5 Haziran 2023 
Başvuru Tarihi: 5 Haziran - 5 Temmuz 2023
Seçilenlerin Bilgilendirilmesi: 14 Temmuz 2023
Atölye Tarihi: 29-30 Eylül 2023

Photographs and related information will be uploaded. 
İdil Akkuzu, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
Berkay Oskay, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
Kadir Yesir, Res. Asst. (secretariat)
Symposium Contact Info:

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Address: İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, Ataköy Yerleşkesi 
E5 Karayolu Üzeri, 34158 Bakırköy, İstanbul / TÜRKİYE

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