SIC Project Director Omar Dahi interviews Professor Seda Altug on her reactions to the earthquake, focusing on the impact and consequences in Turkey.

Seda Altuğ is an assistant professor at the Ataturk Institute for Modern Turkish History at Boğaziçi University. Her research interests cover sectarianism, violence, land conflict, border-making and memory in modern Syria, late Ottoman Empire and Turkey. She published various articles on the politics of difference and the refugee issue in Syria under the French mandate. Her co-authored edited volume on Violence and Materiality called Reverberations, Violence Across Time and Space was published by UPenn Press in 2021. Her opinion pieces on the current affairs in Syria and the wider Middle East appeared in several international venues.

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Feb 23, 2023
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