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The Politics, Communication, Society Workshop Presents: “Public Kurdish and the Politics of Legitimate Language in Turkey,” Kelda Jamison, May 12

The Politics, Communication, Society Workshop presents:

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Kelda Jamison
(Anthropology, University of Chicago)
“Public Kurdish and the Politics of Legitimate Language in Turkey”

Discussant: Jonathan Rosa, Anthropology

Wednesday, May 12th., 4:30-6:00 pm

Wilder House
5811 South Kenwood Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

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This week’s paper is available only by email request from the workshop co-ordinators.
Our schedule for the Winter quarter is available on our website: http://cas.uchicago.edu/workshops/pcs/

If you have questions or believe you may need assistance to attend, please contact the workshop co-ordinators:
Yazan Doughan (yazan@uchicago.edu)
Monica Lee (monicalee@uchicago.edu).

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Politics, Communication, Society is a graduate student workshop at the
University of Chicago tying together diverse strands of research on the
political aspects and social roles of communicative practices. Our
faculty advisors are Susan Gal, Andreas Glaeser, Michael Silverstein,
and Lisa Wedeen.

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“The Kurds and the Armenian Genocide: Rethinking the Link Between Culpability and Ethnicity,” Dr. Janet Klein (University of Akron), April 29

The Armenian Students Association invites you to a lecture in commemoration of the 95th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide:

“The Kurds and the Armenian Genocide: Rethinking the Link
Between Culpability and Ethnicity”

By Dr. Janet Klein
Assistant Professor of History at the University of Akron

Thursday April 29th 6 PM
Harper 130 (1116 E. 59th Street)

A light meal will be available, discussion to follow.

For more information contact:
Christopher Sheklian
sheklian@uchicago.edu

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