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Young Minds Rethinking the Mediterranean

Includes contributions by: Nihan Akincilar, Anna Alexieva, Jennifer Brindisi, Evinc Dogan, Amanda E. Rogers, & Beatrice Schimmang

Edited by: Mensur Akgun & Lenka Petkova

We are most delighted to present the book by six young scholars from around the world and share their ideas and viewpoints on the Mediterranean affairs. This publication is a compilation of the best papers presented by participants of the first “Euro-Mediterranean Forum for Young Researchers” in the following two categories: "Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue" and "Euro-Mediterranean Relations". The event, which took place in Istanbul between April 13-15, 2011 was jointly organized by Global Political Trends Center (GPoT Center) of Istanbul Kultur University, Chios Institute for Mediterranean Affairs (CIMA), Center for International and European Studies (CIES) of the Kadir Has University and the Hellenic Centre for European Studies (EKEM). While the publication has considerable academic value, it more importantly unveils these researchers’ perception and understanding of the world they live in, and their willingness to change it. We believe this book will serve to help spread the writers’ visions of reconciliation and peace to societies in the region.

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December 2011 | Istanbul | www.gpotcenter.org

About the Authors

Nihan Akincilar is a PhD candidate in the Department of European Union Politics and International Relations at the European Union Institute of Marmara University.

Anna Alexieva is a Postdoctoral Researcher and Assistant Professor in the Institute for Literature at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

Jennifer Brindisi holds an MA in European Cultural Policy from the University of Warwick and currently works as a political researcher in London.

Evinc Dogan is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Management and Development of Cultural Heritage at IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca in Italy.

Amanda E. Rogers is a PhD Candidate at Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia) in Art History, as well as an Arabic Lecturer in the Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies.

Beatrice Schimmang graduated from the Eberhard-Karls University of Tubingen in the field of European Studies.
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