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H. Pınar Şenoğuz
If you do not expect the unexpected, you will not find it; for it is hard to be sought out and difficult. Heraclitus, Fragments Having participated in the international anti-EU forum just days before Syriza government called for a bailout referendum, Athens was seminal in inciting all smatters to indulge in the day-to-day developments of Greek politics. During the three-day forum, participants were involved in deep discussions about political and economic crises within ...Keep Reading »
H. Pınar Şenoğuz teaches sociology at Gaziantep University. Her research interests include the transnational flows across the Turkish-Syrian border, questions of belonging and citizenship, and ethnographies of state and sovereignty. She has translated Eric Hobsbawm’s Revolutionaries and Chandra Talpade Mohanty’s Feminism Without Borders: Decolonizing Practice, Practicing Solidarity into Turkish.
"A main objective behind these unwritten regulations [of entry to public spaces] is promoting a suitable environment for capital investments and high-end consumption… for them, public spaces should be exclusive of lower income groups whose practices do not qualify as tasteful according to their social position."click | email | tweet