UNC Chapel Hill Turkish 101 students perform Turkish folk dance Halay on November 28, 2012. [youtube]http://youtu.be/QS5Uf7GD43c[/youtube]
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Turkish 101 students sing the Turkish folk song Git Kaladan Kar Getir on November 28, 2012. [youtube]http://youtu.be/qT06_eKyKjg[/youtube]
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Turkish 101 students recited poetry from Turkish poets: Yunus Emre, Orhan Veli Kanik, Necip Fazil Kisakurek, Nazim Hikmet. Turkish 101, Fall 2012, Poetry [youtube]http://youtu.be/NgtZJtZckWk[/youtube]
Farewell meal with Turkish students on Sunday, May 6, 2012 at the Bosphorus Restaurant, in Cary, NC Allison Gaby, Gina Suarez, Chris Smith have been taking Turkish classes here at the Department of Asian Studies at the UNC-Chapel Hill since … Continued
By Ansel Mulins Istanbul’s lokantas, or ‘tradesmen’s restaurants’, are where the locals go for fast, fresh home-style cooking and a lively atmosphere. The Istanbul Eats bloggers select 10 of the best. Ciya Sofrasi Thanks to glowing write-ups, this Asian-side eatery … Continued
“What Is Islamic Spirituality? How to Be a Friend of God” lecture by Cemalnur Sargut March 20, 2012, at 5:30 pm FedEx Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium The UNC Turkish Studies Program in the Department of Asian Studies invites you … Continued
Turkish Students Association is organizing a movie night on February 29, 2012 at 6:30 PM. Please come to Saunders Hall 204 to watch this interesting documentary, Hiphopistan: Representing Locality in a Global City. Please see the movie flyer here. “Hiphopistan … Continued
A talk by Sarah Thomsen Vierra of UNC-Chapel Hill. From the Hinterhof to the Street Front: The Place and Purpose of Turkish Mosques in West Germany. Please see the seminar flyer here.
History and Culture in Istanbul, Turkey study abroad program’s application deadline has been extended until March 9, 2012. Please see the flyer here and contact me, if you are interested.
I will lead a study abroad program in Istanbul, Turkey in the summer of 2012 (May 18 – June 29, 2012). In this six-weeks program, two classes will be offered: ASIA 244-History of Istanbul and ASIA 243-Turkish Culture and Society. … Continued