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Living Together: Fostering Cultural Pluralism Through the Arts

One of the most important roles that the arts can play in this world is to inspire marginalized individuals and groups to express themselves in the public sphere. And it's that idea that is at the heart of a new report just released by The Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (iKSV), titled "Living Together: Fostering Cultural Pluralism through the Arts" to speak about the transformative power culture and the arts can have on society, Showcase joined by Feyzi Baban, the co-author of the Living Together report.

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Media Coverage for iKSV Report

Newspaper

Television

  • TRT World (2018, August 3). Living Together: Fostering cultural pluralism through the arts [Video file]. Showcase [Online Broadcast]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DIGiBcgp44]:.
  • Medyascope (2018, July 30). Birlikte yaşamak – Kültürel çoğulculuğu sanat yoluyla değiştirmek [Video file]. Şehir Hepimizin [Online Broadcast]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/T9peRWhRn-A.

Radio

Online Media

Other Research Outputs

Presentations

  • Baban, F. and K. Rygiel. “Living with others: Fostering Radical Cosmopolitanism Through Citizenship Politics,” International Studies Association, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17, 2016.
  • K. Rygiel & F. Baban “Introductions” and Organization of workshop, “Living with Others: Fostering Cultural Pluralism through Citizenship Politics,” Humboldt University, Berlin, March 15, 2018.
  • K. Rygiel and F. Baban. Presentation. Public Forum: Challenges and Promises of Diversity: Refugees Policies and Citizenship Politics, Mercator Centre, Berlin Friday, March 16, 2018.
  • K. Rygiel (presented). Paper co-authored with F. Baban. “Living with others: Fostering Radical Cosmopolitanism Through Citizenship Politics in Berlin.” Bordering Practices in Migration and Refugee Protection BSIA, Waterloo, Nov. 9, 2017. Co-investigator, SSHRC Connections Grant, Bordering Practices in Migration and Refugee Protection. Chair, Panel on Labour and Cross-Border Experiences; Introductions for Dr. Anne McNevin’s Keynote Address: “Migration, International Space and New Horizons of the Possible” Nov. 9, 2017.
  • F. Baban (Presented). “ Models of Living together in Pluralistic Societies.” Workshop organized by Kirkayak Cultural Center in Gaziantep, Turkey. April, 2017
  • F. Baban. Invited Talk. “Question of Living Together in Pluralistic Societies.” Gaziantep University. February 2018.

Interviews

  • F. Baban. (Radio Interview). “Citizens Initiatives Fostering Pluralism Around Europe.” Open Radio, Istanbul. Interviewed by Gurhan Ertug. Podcast link: 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Baban, F. & . Rygiel. 2017. “Living with others: fostering radical cosmopolitanism through citizenship politics in Berlin,” Ethics & Global Politics, 10:1, 98-116.

Op-Ed Articles

Reports

  • Baban, F. and K. Rygiel. Living Together: Fostering Cultural Pluralism through Culture and the Arts. Report commissioned and written for the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, Cultural Policy Development projects. Istanbul: İstanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (iKSV). July 27, 2018.
  • Baban, F. Keyman, F. Paker, H. and K. Rygiel. 2018. “Welcoming Diversity: The Role of Local and Civil Society Initiatives in Integrating Newcomers.” Policy Points XIV (June 2018) http://imrc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/IMRC-PolicyPoints-XIV-June-25-2018-Final.pdf.
  • Baban, F. Keyman, F. Paker, H. and K. Rygiel. 2018. “Promises and Challenges of Diversity: The Role of Civil Society Initiatives in Fostering Pluralism.” IPC Istanbul Policy Center, Sabancı University (forthcoming August-September).

Contact Us:

Kim Rygiel, Associate Professor

E: krygiel@wlu.ca
T: 519.884.0710 x2032

Website: fosteringpluralism.com

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