March 14, 2017
Nejla and Maya stand in their Istanbul bedroom clad in neon workout gear with a laptop open in front of them. A YouTube video shows a peppy...
Opinion
November 28, 2016
It has been 141 days since Kashmiris have stood up, most recently, against the tyranny of the Indian occupation in Kashmir. We have faced...
blog
June 13, 2016
How the Gezi uprising transformed citizenship in the contemporary neoliberal city This month marks three years since the initial surge of...
videos
April 12, 2016
In 2015, more than 200,000 Afghans arrived in Europe fleeing violence in search of greater economic opportunity and better living...
Reportage
November 13, 2014
For a small community of ethnic Turks who have lived peacefully in Ukraine for twenty-five years, the current conflict is allowing the...
blog
August 6, 2014
James Baldwin often journeyed to Turkey to escape the pressures of 1960's America, where his status as both black and gay, in combination...
blog
April 1, 2014
The Internet is more than just a tool to access information, we use it every day to communicate, express ourselves, and connect ourselves...
blog
March 26, 2014
Turkey’s slide into authoritarianism appeared to continue last week when a court ruling banned Twitter. The verdict was handed down in...
Reviews
February 18, 2013
What deeply dissatisfies Anna, Doris Lessing’s protagonist and surrogate in The Golden Notebook, is her inability to use the novel to make...