Women in the Public Sphere
Sponsor(s): Duke University Middle East Studies Center and Libraries
This panel will offer a conversation on the role of women in the public sphere in contemporary Turkey. Turkey, a country of nearly 80 million, offers a case study on the role of Islam, multi-culturalism, minorities, diversity and the role(s) of women within these contexts. Despite turmoil in the country and the Middle East region more broadly, women in Turkey continue to play a vital role in the public sphere.
Panelists: miriam cooke, Meyda Yegenoglu, Ebru Nihan Celkan
Moderators: Heidi Madden and Sean Swanick
Sponsors: Trent Foundation, Duke Libraries, Laertes Press, and Duke Middle East Studies Center
Type: MIDDLE EAST FOCUS, HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIC ENGAGEMENT/SOCIAL ACTION, POLITICS, SOCIAL SCIENCES, and PANEL/SEMINAR/COLLOQUIUM
Contact: Griffin Orlando