23 Apr 2015

Grasping the Void Mount Ararat, in Eastern Turkey, on the borders of Armenia, Iran and the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, is believed to be the site where Noah’s Ark came to rest. Since the early…

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18 Apr 2015

The first teach-in of the RIT-University of the Commons, “What binds us together? Solidarity and New Institutional Horizons” with Michael Hardt, Nidhi Srinivas and Hakan Topal took place at the New School on April…

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15 Mar 2015

There’s a great deal of international press coverage about emerging art hubs. Art, fashion and real estate news sections highlight cities such as Istanbul, Mumbai, Shanghai, and Beirut, featuring high profile collectors, museum directors…

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28 Feb 2015
11 Nov 2014

 Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, 6:30–8:00 p.m. The New School, 12th Street Auditorium 66 West 12th Street New York City Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev delivers the 2014 AICA/USA Distinguished Critic Lecture at The New School. This is the…

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13 Oct 2014

In my previous article I wrote about how both soft and hard Islamists render a very dark future for the Middle East. I finished my article by stating that the Kurdish Movement may provide…

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13 Oct 2013

Interview by Hakan Topal, October 6th, 2013, New York City This is a follow-up interview of Occupy Solidarity and its Global Consequences panel from the Talk Turkey: Rethinking Life Since Gezi conference organized at…

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