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SB06-8: IR and Islam: Politics of Gender, Collective Identity, Neo-Patrimonialism, and Desecuritization

Theme: One International Relations or Many? Multiple Worlds, Multiple Crises
Wednesday 18 – Saturday 21 September 2013
Warsaw, Poland
Organised by the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations and EISA in cooperation with the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw and the Polish Association for International Studies.

Critical Relations between International Relations and Islam
Section Chair: Nassef Manabilang Adiong

SB06-8: IR and Islam: Politics of Gender, Collective Identity, Neo-Patrimonialism, and Desecuritization

Time:

Saturday, 21/Sep/2013:

11:15am – 1:00pm

Chair: Gorkem Altinors, University of Nottingham
Discussant: Istar Gozaydin, Dogus University, Istanbul

Location: 211 (Old Library of University of Warsaw)
Capacity of 50 people

Presentations

From Threat Perception to the Model Collaboration: Desecuritisation of the Relationship Between Turkey and Other Islamic Countries
Fikret Birdişli1, Ahmet Karadag2
1Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam University, Turkey; 2Inonu University, Turkey; fbirdisli@ksu.edu.tr
Gender Ideology of Turkey’s AKP: ‘the Good and Bad Daughters’ in Perspective
Gül Ceylan Tok
Kocaeli University, Turkey; gul.ceylantok@kocaeli.edu.tr
The Patriarch’s Guidance to Europe? – The ‘Post-Political’ Rise of Islamic Collective Identity in Turkey & Gradual Manifestation of Modern Neo-Patrimonialism at the Governance Level
Can Zeyrek
University of Marburg, Germany; canzeyrek@yahoo.com
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