Conference

VI. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 10-13 May 2017, Mus, Turkey

VI. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 10-13 May 2017, Mus, Turkey

About The Project

Turkish Graduate Studies Congress (TLCK) is organized to assist the researchers undertaking graduate studies to develop a common language and methods, to resolve the problem of original scientific production, and to support interdisciplinary approaches.

The congress accepts paper proposals in the subfields of literature, education, philosophy, law, economics, theology, communications, business administration, architecture and urban planning, political science, social work, sociology, psychology, history, and international relations. Panel topics relevant to these disciplines are displayed in the subject section of the congress website. The congress permits the participation of researchers with ongoing graduate studies or who have obtained their masters / doctoral degrees in the last two years. The submitted abstracts and papers are accepted after the review of the board of referees. The accommodation of the participants will be provided for the duration of the congress. The selected papers after the congress will be published in the TLCK Proceedings. The published proceedings are available at the website under the section of the previous congresses. All graduate students with the aim of producing distinguished work in the relevant disciplines are welcome.

You may consult the relevant sections at the website for details about the congress, and submit your application. For further questions, please e-mail us at: bilgi@tlck.org.tr

Journal

Nazariyat, Journal for The History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences

Nazariyat, Journal for The History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences

About The Project

Nazariyat, Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences, issued twice a year in English and Turkish (Nazâriyât İslam Felsefe ve Bilim Tarihi Araştırmaları Dergisi), is a refereed international journal. It publishes original studies, critical editions of classical texts and book reviews on Islamic philosophy, kalām, theoretical aspects of Sufism and the history of sciences.

The goal of Nazariyat is to contribute to the discovery, examination and reinterpretation of the theoretical traditions in the history of Islamic thought, by giving special attention to the post-classical period of it.

Journal

The Journal of Human and Society

The Journal of Human and Society

About The Project

The Journal of Human & Society (JHS) (TR: İnsan & Toplum) was founded in 2011. It is a biannual, peer-reviewed academic journal publishing articles in both English and Turkish.

JHS was motivated by the aim to begin publishing articles and so help remedy two specific deficiencies perceived within the academic publishing world. Academic writers seemed to have begun confining themselves within their own discipline, thereby completely cutting themselves off from society as a whole. What is more, this confinement within academic fields meant that both inter-disciplinary communication and mutual benefit appeared to have decreased to a negligible level.

As a result, JHS decided to focus on publishing those original works relative to both society and individuals, hence the name “Human & Society.” Although JHS remains open to all works pertaining to religion and the humanities, priority is given to those works seeking to transcend the “narrowistic” mindset so prevalent in today’s academic world. As such, JHS specifically looks for authors who proficiently make use of both their own area of expertise as well as the methods and hypotheses of other disciplines in their writings.

Although JHS makes academic articles its main focus, precedence is given specifically to research articles and policy making papers. Also, JHS’s mission means that articles must additionally build relations between different approaches from both intra- and interdisciplinary perspectives.

Project

The Atlas of Islamic Thought

The Atlas of Islamic Thought

About The Project

The Atlas of Islamic Thought (AIT) is a web-based project in order to introduce Islamic tradition of thought through the system-founding philosophers, theologians, and mystics, who lived between the 2nd / 7th and 14th / 20th centuries, taking into account the variables of time, place, doctrine, and school of thought.

AIT enables novel vistas to the history of Islamic thought by an invitation to understand the history of thought via the history that conveys it, the texts that transmit it, personal and conceptual networks that form it, institutions and structures that materialize it, and finally the geographical and cultural enclaves that host it.

The Atlas of Islamic Thought exhibits three conceptual maps aiming to formulate complex in a form that can be followed with web-based programs and a bench of the history of thought that would carry the information given by the maps: Map of Time, Map of Books, Map of People and map-supported articles based on schools of thought due period, with a new suggestion of periodization for the history of Islamic thought. Based on these components, AIT aims to answer the following questions: By whom, when, where, how, in relation to what sort of school precepts, through which means, by what sort of interactions and which textual traditions was the thought produced? For those curious about the answers of these questions, the Atlas of Islamic Thought promises a matchless reading of the history of thought.

A single sentence to define AIT might be crude. Nonetheless, we may propose that AIT is an interactive program aiming user-friendly access to advanced scholarship on the history of Islamic thought via new techniques and a logic of simple links.

This program was conceived in the Scientific Studies Association (SSA) by prominent design experts, software engineers, and cartographers of Turkey joining the researchers of the history of Islamic thought, and served for the benefit of interested parties as open-access with the support of the Konya Metropolitan Municipality Kültür Inc.

Project

Ilke Information System (IBS)

Ilke Information System (IBS)

About The Project

İLKE İlim Kültür ve Eğitim Derneği ve bünyesindeki derneklerin (İLEM, YEKDER ve İGİAD) hizmet verdiği öğrenci ve mensupları için hazırlanmış kapsamlı bir bilgi sistemidir. İLKE Bilgi sistemi, Nokta ve benzeri Öğrenci Bilgi Sistemlerinden daha fazlasıdır. Bu sistem, ders takibinin yanı sıra, derslere ilişkin programlama ve raporlama, sistemdeki kişilerin iletişim bilgilerinin muhafazası ve güncellenmesi ile grup çalışmaları gibi ilgili kuruluşların tüm faaliyetlerine ilişkin bilgi edinme ve iletişim süreçlerinin gerçekleştirileceği bir sistemdir. İLKE Bilgi Sistemi, Kişiler, Dersler, Tanımlar, İletişim Sistemi, Derslikler ve Raporlar olmak üzere toplam altı bölümden oluşmaktadır ve her bölüm kendi alt katmanlarına sahiptir.

Conference

V. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK) 12-15 May 2015, Isparta, Turkey

V. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK) 12-15 May 2015, Isparta, Turkey

About The Project


Turkish Graduate Studies Congress (TLCK) is organized to assist the researchers undertaking graduate studies to develop a common language and methods, to resolve the problem of original scientific production, and to support interdisciplinary approaches.

The congress accepts paper proposals in the subfields of literature, education, philosophy, law, economics, theology, communications, business administration, architecture and urban planning, political science, social work, sociology, psychology, history, and international relations. Panel topics relevant to these disciplines are displayed in the subject section of the congress website. The congress permits the participation of researchers with ongoing graduate studies or who have obtained their masters / doctoral degrees in the last two years. The submitted abstracts and papers are accepted after the review of the board of referees. The accommodation of the participants will be provided for the duration of the congress. The selected papers after the congress will be published in the TLCK Proceedings. The published proceedings are available at the website under the section of the previous congresses. All graduate students with the aim of producing distinguished work in the relevant disciplines are welcome.

Journal

Hendese, Journal of Science, Technology and Thought

Hendese, Journal of Science, Technology and Thought

About The Project

Summer School

III. International ILEM Summer School, 1-9 August 2015, Konya, Turkey

III. International ILEM Summer School, 1-9 August 2015, Konya, Turkey

About The Project

International ILEM Summer School has been completed with the attendance of guest academics from over 40 countries in the world. This year, concepts of social justice and poverty have been debated by the participants under the supervision of pioneering academics like Hamid Dabashi, Ozay Mehmet and Adeel Malik.

3rd International ILEM Summer School has been organized in Konya between 1-9 of August around the concept of “Social Justice and Poverty in Muslim World”. In the event, ILEM has hosted academics and researchers from over 20 different countries.

As a tradition, International Ilem Summer School debated and criticized significant issues of the Muslim World with international academics. In the 3rd Ilem Summer School lectures have been given by globally-known academicians and in the workshop sections participants have had the chance to share their academic works. The Summer School has enabled all academics over 40 countries of the world to present their articles on an academic platform.

Within the scope of International Ilem Summer School, the concept of social justice has been debated in the lecture of “Social Justice in Contemporary Muslim World” by Hamid Dabashi.

Ozay Mehmet by Carleton University has criticized actual issues of Muslim Societies within the topic of “Growth, Distribution and Social Justice in Muslim Societies: A Critical Review”. In this lecture questions on poverty and social justice have been discussed by participants.

The last two days of the Summer School have been reserved to the issues of law, economics and development. Adeel Malik by Oxford University, in his lecture “Law, Ethical Economics and Development”, has discussed the subjects of law, economy and development by comparing actual contemporary examples with the Ottoman period.

Murat Çemrek by Konya Necmettin Erbakan University has given a lecture called “How Did Globalization Transformed the Muslim World: Advantages and Disadvantages”. Halil Ibrahim Yenigün by Istanbul Commerce University has elaborated the main theme of summer school in his lecture “Contemporary Muslim Thought”.

3rd Ilem Summer School has been organized with cooperation of Prime Ministry of the Republic of Turkey Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities and Konya Municipality. Within the organization, international participants have attended cultural activities. Participants have had the chance of visiting Cappadocia and watching Whirling Dervishes Ceremony.

The organization of 3rd International Ilem Summer School has been supported by Selçuk University, Necmettin Erbakan University, Selçuk Academic Thinking and Research Center and Civilization School by cooperation of ILEM, Prime Ministry of The Republic of Turkey Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities (YTB) and Konya Metropolitan Municipality.

Conference

IV. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK) 14-17 May 2015, Kutahya, Turkey

IV. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK) 14-17 May 2015, Kutahya, Turkey

About The Project

Turkish Graduate Studies Congress (TLCK) is organized to assist the researchers undertaking graduate studies to develop a common language and methods, to resolve the problem of original scientific production, and to support interdisciplinary approaches.

The congress accepts paper proposals in the subfields of literature, education, philosophy, law, economics, theology, communications, business administration, architecture and urban planning, political science, social work, sociology, psychology, history, and international relations. Panel topics relevant to these disciplines are displayed in the subject section of the congress website. The congress permits the participation of researchers with ongoing graduate studies or who have obtained their masters / doctoral degrees in the last two years. The submitted abstracts and papers are accepted after the review of the board of referees. The accommodation of the participants will be provided for the duration of the congress. The selected papers after the congress will be published in the TLCK Proceedings. The published proceedings are available at the website under the section of the previous congresses. All graduate students with the aim of producing distinguished work in the relevant disciplines are welcome.

Summer School

II. International ILEM Summer School, 23-29 August 2014, Istanbul, Turkey

II. International ILEM Summer School, 23-29 August 2014, Istanbul, Turkey

About The Project

Conference

III. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 15-18 May 2013, Sakarya, Turkey

III. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 15-18 May 2013, Sakarya, Turkey

About The Project

Turkish Graduate Studies Congress (TLCK) is organized to assist the researchers undertaking graduate studies to develop a common language and methods, to resolve the problem of original scientific production, and to support interdisciplinary approaches.

The congress accepts paper proposals in the subfields of literature, education, philosophy, law, economics, theology, communications, business administration, architecture and urban planning, political science, social work, sociology, psychology, history, and international relations. Panel topics relevant to these disciplines are displayed in the subject section of the congress website. The congress permits the participation of researchers with ongoing graduate studies or who have obtained their masters / doctoral degrees in the last two years. The submitted abstracts and papers are accepted after the review of the board of referees. The accommodation of the participants will be provided for the duration of the congress. The selected papers after the congress will be published in the TLCK Proceedings. The published proceedings are available at the website under the section of the previous congresses. All graduate students with the aim of producing distinguished work in the relevant disciplines are welcome.

Conference

II. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 6-8 May 2013, Bursa, Turkey

II. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 6-8 May 2013, Bursa, Turkey

About The Project

Turkish Graduate Studies Congress (TLCK) is organized to assist the researchers undertaking graduate studies to develop a common language and methods, to resolve the problem of original scientific production, and to support interdisciplinary approaches.

The congress accepts paper proposals in the subfields of literature, education, philosophy, law, economics, theology, communications, business administration, architecture and urban planning, political science, social work, sociology, psychology, history, and international relations. Panel topics relevant to these disciplines are displayed in the subject section of the congress website. The congress permits the participation of researchers with ongoing graduate studies or who have obtained their masters / doctoral degrees in the last two years. The submitted abstracts and papers are accepted after the review of the board of referees. The accommodation of the participants will be provided for the duration of the congress. The selected papers after the congress will be published in the TLCK Proceedings. The published proceedings are available at the website under the section of the previous congresses. All graduate students with the aim of producing distinguished work in the relevant disciplines are welcome.

Project

Gigapixel 360° Istanbul Photography

Gigapixel 360° Istanbul Photography

Conference

I. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 29 June-1 July 2012, Konya, Turkey

I. Turkey Graduate Studies Conference (TLCK), 29 June-1 July 2012, Konya, Turkey

About The Project

Turkish Graduate Studies Congress (TLCK) is organized to assist the researchers undertaking graduate studies to develop a common language and methods, to resolve the problem of original scientific production, and to support interdisciplinary approaches.

The congress accepts paper proposals in the subfields of literature, education, philosophy, law, economics, theology, communications, business administration, architecture and urban planning, political science, social work, sociology, psychology, history, and international relations. Panel topics relevant to these disciplines are displayed in the subject section of the congress website. The congress permits the participation of researchers with ongoing graduate studies or who have obtained their masters / doctoral degrees in the last two years. The submitted abstracts and papers are accepted after the review of the board of referees. The accommodation of the participants will be provided for the duration of the congress. The selected papers after the congress will be published in the TLCK Proceedings. The published proceedings are available at the website under the section of the previous congresses. All graduate students with the aim of producing distinguished work in the relevant disciplines are welcome.