6 Mar 18:30 - 19:30 Lecture Piety on screen. Increasing presentation of religion in Turkish television series Petra de Bruijn (Leiden University)
Lecture Every Contact Leaves a Trace: Identifying Communities of Clay Object Makers through Ancient Fingerprints
Publication NIT Blog: Introducing Water Heritage for Sustainable Cities: The Revalorization of the Valens Aqueduct in Istanbul
General NIT Blog: Community Politics and Urban Regeneration: Exploring Entrepreneurial Governance in the Left-Behind Areas of Istanbul
General NIT Blog: NIT Fellowship Chronicles: Unveiling the Tapestry of Religious Diplomacy and Academic Enrichment Across Istanbul
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