The Center has placed a special focus on gender issues through a collaboration with the Center for the Study of Social Difference on its flagship global initiative, Women Creating Change and the Women Mobilizing Memory working group at Columbia. Through a series of programs and events, the Istanbul Center brought together a diverse network of scholars, students, practitioners, and socially engaged artists to address the global issues affecting women and explore how women can create change in their own societies.
Women and Gender Studies
Sabancı Üniversitesi Onursal Başkanı Merhum Sakıp Sabancı'nın yenilikçi ve girişimci vizyonu doğrultusunda, Sakıp Sabancı Ailesi ve Sabancı Üniversitesi, Türkiye için bir ilki gerçekleştiriyor ve Columbia Üniversitesi’nde Sakıp Sabancı Kürsüsü ve Sakıp Sabancı Türkiye Çalışmaları Merkezi kuruluyor.
UN Women and Oxfam brought together 60 representatives from some of the most active CSOs in MENA and Europe to discuss their experiences working with refugees to provide a platform for CSO networking on May 16-18, 2016 in Istanbul.
We're delighted to share that the Mobilizing Memory: Women Witnessing exhibition will be shown in Vienna at the Kunsthalle Exnergasse from March 19-April 3, 2015.
VIDEO - Panel 3 of Coming to Terms with Gendered Memories of Genocide, War, and Political Repression: Gender, Memory, Activism
VIDEO - Panel 2 of Coming to Terms with Gendered Memories of Genocide, War, and Political Repression: Art, Performance and Memory
“Coming to Terms” with Gendered Memories of Genocide, War, and Political Repression
Soykırım, Savaş ve Siyasi Baskıların Cinsiyetlendirilmiş Anılarıyla “Yüzleşmek” Public Roundtables
VIDEO - Panel 1 of Coming to Terms with Gendered Memories of Genocide, War, and Political Repression: Creating Alternative Archives
Columbia Global Centers | Turkey has rolled up its sleeves to start planning for an exciting series of events in September with scholars of the Center for the Study of Social Difference, Professor Marianne Hirsch and Professor Jean Howard, and our Istanbul partners, Professor Ayşe Gül Altınay of Sabancı University and Asena Günal, Director of the DEPO Art Center and Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability 2014 fellow at Columbia Institute for the Study of Human Rights.