Tag: Turkey Semester

Program to spotlight modern Turkish literature

Faculty members from the English Department will present a program of modern literature from Turkey at 9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 14, in Phelps Theater. With the end of the Ottoman Empire and creation of the Republic of Turkey in the...

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Experience the ‘Flavors of Turkey’

The “Flavors of  Turkey” will be available to sample during two programs set for Monday, Sept. 29. Deborah and Albert Sherrer of Main Street Mediterranean Cuisine in Bolivar, Mo., will discuss the origins and history...

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Istanbul Breeze to perform the music of Turkey

The traditional and classical music of Turkey will be featured when Istanbul Breeze performs next week on the campus of Missouri Southern. Founded in 2011 by Ozan Cemali, the group features its leader on baglama (a Turkish folk...

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Annual film festival to highlight Turkish cinema

The 35th annual International Film Festival will kick off its celebration of Turkish cinema with a screening of “Vizontele Tuuba” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, in Plaster Hall’s Cornell Auditorium. The 2003 film is the story of a...

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Three lectures on Turkey set for Sept. 5

Three lectures will be offered by Dr. Paul Kaldjian on Friday, Sept. 5, as part of the Turkey Semester. He will present “An Armenian Geographer in Turkey: What am I Doing Here?” at 9 a.m., explaining why he has made Turkey his...

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Forty events on the Turkey Semester schedule

It’s always a bit tricky when selecting a country on which to focus during the fall semester, says Dr. Chad Stebbins. The country must have importance to the United States and the rest of the world – there probably won’t be a...

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