Masculinities in Modern Turkey

WORKSHOP

 

MASCULINITIES IN MODERN TURKEY

AUTHORITARIANISM, SUBJECTIVITY, AND RESISTANCE

Organized by

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, EHESS,

Centre d’Etudes Sociologiques et Politiques Raymond Aron,

and Sabancı University

 

Conveners

Cenk Özbay (Sabancı University)

Ozan Soybakis (EHESS)

 

9:00AM – 1:00PM, June 14, 2019, Friday

at Salle 6 (105 Bd Raspail, 75006 Paris)

 

PROGRAM

 

 

Opening Comments

Cenk Özbay (Sabancı University)

 

FIRST SESSION

 

“Drawing the Boundaries and Protecting the Integrity: Unravelling the Masculinist Expectations in Politics in Turkey”

Selin Akyuz (Bilkent University)

 

“Political Virility as a Cultural Expression of Resistance:

The Footprints of Turkish Modernization on Muslim Masculinities”

Ozan Soybakis (EHESS)

 

“Conspiracies Unbound: An Insight into the Everyday Makings of

Authoritarianism and How Men Embody the State”

Erol Saglam (Stockholm University)

 

“For Whom are the Mosques? Constructing Gendered Moral Subjectivities in Turkey”

Murat Es (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

 

COFFEE BREAK

 

SECOND SESSION

 

“Gated Masculinities? A Case Study of Masculinity(ies) in an Elite High-school in Turkey”

Idil Cambazoglu (University College London)

 

“Blazed Masculinities Political and Gendered Subjectivities in Rave Scenes of İstanbul”

Baris Yuksel (University of Bologna) and

Kaan Kubilay Asar (Central European University)

 

“Male Victimization in the Anti-Alimony Campaign in Turkey”

Hilal Dikmen (Koc University)

 

“Everyday Experiences of Young Men under the Culture of Violence in Turkey”

Mine Egbatan (Koc University)

 

“Hauntings of 31: Emergent Masculinities While Watching Porn in Turkey”

Ihsan Can Asman (University of Turku)

 

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