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KUASIA Visiting Researchers Program 2021-2022

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KUASIA Visiting Researchers Program 2020-2021

Starting with the Fall 2020 semester, KUASIA will admit up to three research affiliates in each academic year. Both current PhD candidates and scholars with a PhD can apply for research affiliation. Research affiliates will be provided with office space and access to library resources at Koç University.

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Co-Director Receives Book Award

KUASIA's Co-Director, Dr. Aiko Takeuchi-Demirci's book, "Contraceptive Diplomacy: Reproductive Politics and Imperial Ambitions in the United States and Japan" has won the 2020 John Whitney Hall Book Prize sponsored by the Association for Asian Studies. 

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Consul-General China Scholarship

Two of our students, Ozge Usta (Industrial Engineering and Psychology Junior) and Omer Aydin Guner (Economy Junior) were awarded the prestigious Chinese Consul-General's scholarship for their hard work in Mandarin classes. Thank you (Xiexie) and congratulations (gong hsi).

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Consul-General of People’s Republic of China in Istanbul

Consul-General of People's Republic of China in Istanbul, Honorable Cui Wei visited Koc University on May 14, 2018. He talked about Middle East and Chinese Middle East Policy. The event was held at 5:30 pm at Founders' Hall.

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Past Events

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KUASIA Fall 2020 Webinar Series – Emergence of Bangladesh and the Current Dynamics of Bangladesh-Turkey Relations

Mohammad Monirul Islam Consul General of Bangladesh

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KUASIA Fall 2020 Webinar Series – Japanese Wind in the Ottoman Palaces: A Note on the “Orientalist” Taste in the Late-Ottoman Court

Starting from the 1860’s, the source of inspiration of the Ottoman Orientalist taste has been focused on so-called “Moorish” style, North African and Spanish Muslim elements as seen

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KUASIA Fall 2020 Webinar Series – The Production of Global Space in Hong Kong and Taipei in the 2000s: City Branding and Cultural Built Environment

Hong Kong and Taipei embraced global city formation in the late 1990s as part of their socio-spatial ‘repositioning’ amidst the rise of China and transformations in global capitalism

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KUASIA Fall 2020 Webinar Series – Regionalism in East Asia: An Inquiry into Reasons and Results of Overlapping Membership

KUASIA Webinar Series for the Fall 2020 semester has continued with Burcu Ermeydan’s talk today. We thank her for the insightful talk on East Asian regionalism and the participants f

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