Opening Session. Welcoming Remarks by Prof. Muhammed Şahin (Rector of İstanbul Technical University) Prof. Nurcan Baç (Rector of Yeditepe University) - PDF

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May 25 WEDNESDAY 12:00-5:00 Check-in/Registration: Attendees pick up their conference material. Location: İstanbul Technical University, Maçka Campus Room: The Lobby of İşletme Fakültesi Binası (Faculty of Management) May 26 THURSDAY Conference Venue: İstanbul Technical University, Maçka Campus Room: İşletme Fakültesi Binası (Faculty of Management), Auditorium C101, 9:00-10:40 Opening Session Welcoming Remarks by Prof. Muhammed Şahin (Rector of İstanbul Technical University) Prof. Nurcan Baç (Rector of Yeditepe University) Opening Remarks by Conference Conveners Sevil Baltalı Tırpan (İstanbul Technical University) Aybil Göker (Yeditepe University) Keynote Address by Prof. Ian Hodder (Stanford University): The Matter with Materiality: The Example of Çatalhöyük 10:40-11:00 Coffee Break 01 Individual Sessions SESSION 1 Politics of Heritage: State, Nation, and Memory Room: Auditorium C101, 11:00-1:10 Chair: Akile Gürsoy (Yeni Yüzyıl Üniversity) 11:00-11:20 Heritage by NGOs in Palestine: Towards a Grassroots Politics of the Past? Chiara De Cesari (Utrecht University/Cambridge University) 11:20-11:40 Moving Stones, Animating Patrimony: Idols, Archaeology and Social Memory in Coatlinchan, Mexico Sandra Rozental (New York University) 11:40-12:00 Phoenician Cultural Heritage in Portugal: The Modern Role of Ancient People Eleftheria Pappa (Vrije University Amsterdam) 12:00-12:20 Cultural Heritage and the Politics of Indigenous Identities in Australia David Trigger (University of Queensland) 12:20-12:40 If you do not visit, we will take it away : The Forced Connoisseurship for the Italian Cultural Heritage Işılay Gürsu (IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca) 12:40-1:10 Discussion 1:10-2:10 Lunch Break 02 SESSION 2 Transformation of Places to Heritage Sites: Multiple Voices Room: Auditorium C101, 2:10-3:50 Chair: Maria Nugent (Australian Centre for Indigenous History) 2:10-2:30 Making Local Use of Outstanding Universal Value: Heritage Discourses as a Resource for Negotiating Power and Status in Toraja, Indonesia Karin Klenke (University of Goettingen) 2:30-2:50 Performing the Popular in the Space of Heritage: Patrimonio and the Monumental and Intangible Armatures of Collective Personhood in Colonial and Contemporary Potosi Thomas A. Abercrombie (New York University) 2:50-3:10 Places of the Past or Places of the Present? Memories, Knowledge and the Ruins in San Martín Tilcajete, Mexico Alanna Cant (London School of Economics) 3:10-3:30 The Loss of Place: Nostalgia for the Real Rock-Cut Anatolian Monuments Peri Johnson (University of Pennsylvania) 3:30-3:50 Discussion 3:50-4:10 Coffee Break 03 SESSION 3 (Im)Materiality, Memory Production and Representation of the Past: The Uses of New Media Room: Auditorium C101, 4:10-6:20 Chair: Aslı Telli Aydemir (İstanbul Şehir University) 4:10-4:30 New (Im)Materiality and Remembering the Past: The Case of the Post-Soviet Ukraine Yuliya Yurchuk (Södertörn University/Stockholm University) 4:30-4:50 The Politics of Presence: Heritage, Religion, and Media in Osogbo, Nigeria Peter Probst (Tufts University) 4:50-5:10 Internet and the Construction of Collective Memory: A Case Study of the Post-1980 Generation in Turkey Demet Lüküslü (Yeditepe University) 5:10-5:30 Digital Memory: Heritage and the Online/Offline Lives of Second Generation Iranian Americans Donya Alinejad (Vrije University Amsterdam) 5:30-5:50 Facebook as a Site of Contestation and Production of Collective Memory Evropi Chatzipanagiotidou (University of Sussex) 5:50-6:20 Discussion 6:20-7:30 WELCOMING RECEPTION Location: Auditorium C101 Lobby 04 MAY 27 FRIDAY Conference Venue: İstanbul Technical University, Maçka Campus, İşletme Fakültesi Binası (Faculty of Management) SESSION 4 Diaspora, Transnational Spaces and Memory Room: Auditorium D 102, 9:00-10:40 Chair: Markus Dressler (İstanbul Technical University) 9:00-9:20 Holy Land Sanctuaries as Ambiguous Zones of Contact: On Filipina Pilgrimages, Complex Places and Transcendence in Times of War Claudia Liebelt (Bayreuth University) 9:20-9:40 Memory in Transition: The Recovery of Cultural Heritage in Sephardic Museums along the Route of the Diaspora Tuğba Gürsel Sevin (Vanderbilt University) 9:40-10:00 Global Difference in Local Place: Territorializing Diaspora in the Memorial Landscape of Mauritius Candice Lowe Swift (Vassar College) 10:00-10:20 Oxford of the East : The Revitalization of Nalanda University in the New Asian Century David Geary (University of Oxford) 10:20-10:40 Discussion 10:40-11:00 Coffee Break 05 SESSION 5 Commodification of the Past and Memory Room: Auditorium D 102, 11:00-12:20 Chair: Asuman Suner (İstanbul Technical University) 11:00-11:20 Reconstruction of a Memory Space: Gallipoli Emine Zeynep Güler (İstanbul University) 11:20-11:40 Why the ambiguous ruins of Troy needed a modern horse : The Commodifications of the New Myth of Troy and Transnational Contestations of Memory Patrizia Kern (University of Heidelberg) 11:40-12:00 Refashioning Archaeological Remains through the Lens of the Motion Picture Margaret Byrne (Caldwell Photographic) 12:00-12:20 Discussion 12:20-1:30 Lunch Break SESSION 6 Grievability, Death, National Belonging and Memory Room: Auditorium D 102, 1:30-3:40 Chair: Biray Kolluoğlu (Boğaziçi University) 1:30-1:50 So that Families can Read their History in the Newspaper : A Networked- Memory Approach to National Belonging Jonah Rubin (University of Chicago) 1:50-2:10 The Katyn Massacre and National Identity: Memory, Mourning and Memorialization Vanessa Fredericks (Macquarie University) 06 2:10-2:30 Graves and Statues of Past and Present: Shifting Perspectives of Memory, Culture and Politics at the Micro and Macro Levels in Zimbabwe Tarsisio M. Nyatsanza (University of Glasgow) 2:30-2:50 Obituaries as Markers of Memory: Grievability, Visibility and Representations of Aboriginal Women in the Canadian National Imaginary Yasmin Jiwani (Concordia University) 2:50-3:10 Legitimacy of Death: National Appropriation of the Fallen Gordana Uzelac (London Metropolitan University) 3:10-3:40 Discussion 3:40-4:10 Coffee Break SESSION 7 Nationalism and Politics of Heritage Management Room: Auditorium D 102, 4:10-6:00 Chair: Duygu Köksal (Boğaziçi Üniversity) 4:10-4:30 Heritage Preservation in the (Post-)Soviet Context: The Marxist-Leninist Paradigm Igor Demchenko (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 4:30-4:50 Abide-i Hürriyet: A Monument of Forgetting and the Republican Symptom Mehmet Arısan (İstanbul Technical University) 4:50-5:10 Materiality, Culture and Identity in Southeast Turkey Ayşe Seda Yüksel (Central European University) 5:10-5:30 From Nationalism to the Future: Heritage Management Practices in Greece as a Means for Reproduction and Reshaping of Identities Panagiotis Kontolaimos (National Technical University of Athens) 5:30-6:00 Discussion 07 SESSION 8 Heritage, Memory and Materiality in Brazil and Mauritius Session Organizer: Roger Sansi Room: Auditorium D 103, 9:00-10:40 Chair: Olga Demetriou (Prio Cyprus Center) 9:00-9:20 The War of the Saints : Effigies, Statuaries, and Living Human Treasures in Salvador, Brazil s UNESCO World Historical Center John F. Collins (City University of New York) 9:20-9:40 From Axé to Heritage: Memory, Materiality and Power in Afro-Brazilian Candomblé Roger Sansi (Goldsmiths University of London) 9:40-10:00 The Crisis of Heritage: From the Rhetoric of Loss to Permanent Reconstruction José Reginaldo Goncalves (UFRJ Rio de Janeiro) 10:00-10:20 Heritage Management and Archaeology of Colonial Defenses in a Plural Democracy: A Case Study in Mauritius Geoffrey D. Summers (Middle East Technical University) 10:20-10:40 Discussion 10:40-11:00 Coffee Break 08 SESSION 9 Site Nostalgia, Monuments of Remembrance and Ritual Performance Room: Auditorium D 103, 11:00-12:20 Chair: Levent Soysal (Kadir Has University) 11:00-11:20 The Old Bridge in Mostar as an Icon for Past, Present and Future Heritage Teresita Scalco (University IUAV of Venice) 11:20-11:40 Completely Different Matters: On the Materiality and the Symbolism of the Tomb in a Sant Lineage Till Luge (University of Pennsylvania) 11:40-12:00 Melancholy Monument: The Legacy of Halicarnassus Michael Needham (Australian Catholic University) 12:00-12:20 Discussion 12:20-1:30 Lunch Break SESSION 10 Built Spaces: Architecture, Memory and Performance Room: Auditorium D 103, 1:30-3:40 Chair: Tuna Kuyucu (Boğaziçi University) 1:30-1:50 A City of Projected Pasts: The Metamorphosis of İstanbul s Architectural Heritage Banu Pekol (İstanbul Technical University) 1:50-2:10 Between Memory and Architecture: The Biography of an Amsterdam Apartment Block as a Microcosm of Architectural and Social Developmental History Hüsnü Yeğenoğlu (Eindhoven University of Technology) 09 10 2:10-2:30 Ancient Places of Performance as Realms of Memory: The Case of Greece Zeynep Aktüre (İzmir Institute of Technology) 2:30-2:50 Transforming Built Heritage: The Adaptive Re-use of Historical Military Buildings - The Case of Maçka Armory Deniz İkiz and Gülsün Tanyeli (Oxford Brookes University and İstanbul Technical University) 2:50-3:10 Everyday Functionality as Intentional Commemorative-Value Eray Çaylı (University College of London) 3:10-3:40 Discussion 3:40-4:10 Coffee Break SESSION 11 Urban Space and Cultural Heritage Room: Auditorium D 103, 4:10-6:00 Chair: Şölen Şanlı (Metropolitan State College of Denver) 4:10-4:30 Contesting Heritage(s) in the Post-colony: Urban Restructuring, Memory and the Politics of Space in Luanda, Angola Caio Simões de Araújo (Central European University) 4:30-4:50 Topography of Spatial and Temporal Ruptures: (Im)Materialities of (Post)Socialism in a Northern Town in Macedonia Rozita Dimova (Humboldt University) 4:50-5:10 Contradictory Narratives of Istanbulite Gecekondu: Old and New Types of Urbanness Ceren Lordoğlu and Özgür Sevgi Göral (Mimar Sinan University and Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales) 4:10-5:30 The Politics of Buried Treasure: Τhe Athens Unification of Archaeological Sites Park & the Abscesses of the Marbles Georgia Paizi (National Technical University of Athens) 5:30-6:00 Discussion MAY 28 SATURDAY Conference Venue: Yeditepe University, Kayışdağı Campus, Rektörlük Binası (Rectorate Building) SESSION 12 Senses, Place, Identity and Memory Room: Mavi Salon, 9:30-11:10 Chair: Meltem Ahıska (Boğaziçi University) 9:30-9:50 The Pumpkin: Squashing Myths about American History, National Identity and Natural World Cynthia Ott (Saint Louis University) 9:50-10:10 Church Atmosphere as Heritage Value: An Analytical Framework for Revisiting the Place of Redundant Churches in Contemporary Montreal Josée Laplace (University of Québec) 10:10-10:30 Inheriting Slavery: Making Sense of a Difficult Heritage Anna Catalani and Tobias Ackroyd (University of Salford) 10:30-10:50 Concrete Memories and Sensory Pasts: Heritage, Migration, and the Politics of Nationhood Kelvin E.Y. Low (National University of Singapore) 10:50-11:10 Discussion 11:10-11:30 Coffee Break 11 SESSION 13 Museums and Discourses Room: Mavi Salon, 11:30-12:50 Chair: Philip Nel (University of the Free State) 11:30-11:50 As Real as it Gets Authenticity, Experience and Holism in Historical Reenactment Mads Daugbjerg (Aarhus University) 11:50-12:10 Communicating Conflicting Histories Darco Babić and Željka Miklošević (University of Zagreb) 12:10-12:30 Same Objects, Different Stories: Theorizing the Colonial Use of Museum Collections to Better Depart from it Alexandra Sauvage (Autonomous University of Baja California Sur, Mexico) 12:30-12:50 Discussion 1:10-2:10 Lunch Break SESSION 14 Tourism and Authenticity Room: Mavi Salon, 2:10-3:50 Chair: Sara Nur Yıldız (Orient-Institut İstanbul) 2:10-2:30 Memory, Ethics and Dark Tourism: The Contested Historical Heritage of Anlong Veng District, Cambodia Gisela Wohlfahrt (University of Vienna) 2:30-2:50 Neoliberal Methodologies? Megadams, Tourism, and Disciplinary Transformation in the Archaeology of Turkey Daniel Shoup (University of Bologna) 2:50-3:10 Panaromic Conquest Museum Aysim Türkmen (Yıldız Technical University) 12 3: Myths, Dreams, and Realities: Changing Representations of Turkish History in International Exhibitions After 1980s. Şeyda Barlas (Boğaziçi University) 3:30-3:50 Discussion 3:50-4:15 Coffee Break SESSION 15 Divided Communities, Memory and Contested Landscapes Room: Yeşil Salon, 9:30-11:10 Chair: Yaprak Civelek (Yeditepe University) 9:30-9:50 Landscape, Memory and History: Understanding the Monuments of Polonaruva, Sri Lanka Mahalakshmi Ramakrishnan (Jawaharlal Nehru University) 9:50-10:10 Ledra Street: Symbolic Site of a Communal Heritage Zehra Aziz-Beyli (Keele University) 10:10-10:30 Sovereignty and the Sacred: Contested Religious Sites in Cyprus Rebecca Bryant and Mete Hatay (George Mason University and PRIO Cyprus Center) 10:30-10:50 Famagusta: Conflicting Memories, Nationalisms, and the Threat to Cultural Heritage Michael Walsh (Eastern Mediterranean University) 10:50-11:10 Discussion 11:10-11:30 Coffee Break 13 SESSION 16 Remembering Through Materiality Session Organizer: Leyla Neyzi Room: Yeşil Salon, 11: Chair: Melin Levent Yuna (Yeditepe University) 11:30-11:50 Uncanny Memories: Apocryphal Tales, Dreams, and Fantasies of Armenians in Anatolia Leyla Neyzi (Sabancı University) 11:50-12:10 Remnants of the Past: Postmemories of Armenians in the City of Van Gözde Burcu Ege (Sabancı University) 12:10-12:30 Traces of the Present in Stories of the Past: Forced Migration and Kurdish Youth Haydar Darıcı (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) 12:30-12:50 Debates on Ahtamar: A Church or a Museum? Nora Tataryan (Sabancı University) 12:50-1:10 Discussion 1:10-2:10 Lunch Break SESSION 17 Place, Event and Collective Memory Room: Yeşil Salon, 2:10-3:50 Chair: Feza Tansuğ (Yeditepe University) 2:10-2:30 Quneitra: From a Battle Field to a Site of Memory Güliz Akkaymak (University of Western Ontario) 2:30-2:50 Place Memories with Reference to Salazarian Dictatorship and Theatre Capitolio Viola Brancatella (University of Rome La Sapienza ) 14 2:50-3:10 Deportation in the Collective Memory of Crimean Tatars Arzy Emirova (Crimean Industrial Pedagogy University) 3:10-3:30 After 9/11: Transformation of Memory into History Zipporah Lax Yamamoto (University of California, Los Angeles) 3:30-3:50 Discussion 3:50-4:15 Coffee Break SESSION 18 Archaeology and Heritage Management in Turkey Room: Üzeyir Garih Salonu, 9:30-11:10 Chair: Gül Pulhan (Koç University) 9:30-9:50 At the Tipping Point? From Archaeology to Heritage Management at Sagalassos Ebru Torun (Catholic University of Leuven) 9:50-10:10 Which Anatolianism? Whither Heritage? A History of Anatolianism in Conflicting Narratives of Turkish Heritage Çiğdem Atakuman (Middle East Technical University) 10:10-10:30 What is in a Theater? Rethinking Excavations of Ancient Monumental Buildings in Turkey Pınar Özgüner (Boston University) 10:30-10:50 RFID Technology Application in Museums in Turkey Nurdan Atalan and Hakan Melih Aygün (Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism) 10:50-11:10 Discussion 11:10-11:30 Coffee Break 15 SESSION 19 Archaeological Praxis and Local Narratives Room: Üzeyir Garih Salonu, 11:30-1:10 Chair: Geoffrey Summers (Middle East Technical University) 11:30-11:50 Local Narrative and Outsider Imagination in a Chinese Landscape: Materiality, Sense and Agenda Patrick Lucas (Minzu University of China) 11:50-12:10 Assessment of Values Ascribed to Archaeological Artifacts Atle Omland (University of Oslo) 12:10-12:30 Contemporary Use of the Ancient Theatres: Materiality, Symbolic Meaning and Intangible Values Flippo Masino and Giorgio Sobra (Polytechnic University of Turin) 12:30-12:50 A Tale of Three Castles: (Rescue) Archaeology in Eastern Turkey Laurent Dissard (University of California, Berkeley) 12:50-1:10 Discussion 1:10-2:10 Lunch Break SESSION 20 Heritage and Representation Room: Üzeyir Garih Salonu, 2:10-3:50 Chair: Aslı Çalkıvık (İstanbul Technical University) 2:10-2:30 Children s Multimodal Representations of an Archaeological Site: A Point of Reference in the Development of Pedagogies for History Teaching Sophia Diamantopoulou (London Institute of Education) 2:30-2:50 Death of a Language: The Bitter Story of Ladino Işıl Demirel (Yeditepe University) 16 2:50-3:10 The Digital Representation of the Heritage of Mankind: Opportunities and Challenges Anca Claudia Prodan (Brandenburg University of Technology) 3:10-3:30 Some Remarks on the Motives behind Cultural Heritage Conservation Enis Tataroğlu (Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism) 3:30-3:50 Discussion 3:50-4:15 Coffee Break FINAL PLENARY SESSION KEYNOTE ADDRESSES and OPEN DISCUSSION Room: Güzel Sanatlar Fakültesi Binası (Faculty of Fine Arts), Güzel Sanatlar Konferans Salonu, 4:15-7:15 Prof. Richard Handler (University of Virginia) Assoc. Prof. Ayfer Bartu Candan (Boğaziçi University) Assoc. Prof. Charles Stewart (University College London) 7:30-9:00 CLOSING RECEPTION AND DINNER Location: Yeditepe University May 29 SUNDAY Optional Conference Excursions: 1- Old City Tour 2- Bosphorus Tour 17
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