November 19, 2018 – November 26, 2018

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Saturday, November 24, 8 p.m.

Bilkent Concert Hall

“Classical Tastes”

Paul Goodwin, conductor

Pablo Ferrandez, violoncello

W.A. Mozart, Serenade No. 9 in D major, KV 320, “Posthorn” (excerpts)

J. Haydn, Concerto for Violoncello in C major

J. Sibelius, Symphony

No. 7 in C major,

Op. 105


Saturday, December 1, 8 p.m.

Bilkent Concert Hall

“Mist and Snow”

Alexander Liebreich, conductor

Alena Baeva, violin

A. Pärt, “Für Lennart in Memoriam”

R. Strauss, Concerto for Violin in D minor, Op. 8

J. Brahms, Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68


Saturday, December 8, 8 p.m.

Bilkent Concert Hall


Mathieu Herzog, conductor

Amadeus Guitar Duo

M. Ravel, Alborada del gracioso

J. Rodrigo, Concierto Madrigal

P.I. Tchaikovsky, “Manfred” Symphony in B minor, Op. 58


Tuesday, November 20

“War and International Relations: Revisiting Bourgeois Revolution in Turkey,” by Dr. Gönenç Uysal (Osmaniye Korkut Ata University), in G Building, Room 160, 12:30 p.m. Organized by the Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research.

Tuesday, November 20

“The Influence of Fairness Judgments, Reference Points, and Subjective Entitlements on Bargaining Behavior and Outcomes,” by Emin Karagözoğlu (Bilkent University), at FEASS, A-130, 12:40 p.m. Organized by PHIL.

Tuesday, November 20

“Longest Increasing Subsequences in Permutations,” by Gökhan Yıldırım (Bilkent University), at FS, SA-141, 4 p.m. Organized by MATH.

Friday, November 23

“A Static Model in Single-Leg Flight Airline Revenue Management,” by Assoc. Prof. Semih Onur Sezer (Sabancı University), at EA-409, 1:40 p.m. Organized by IE.


Thursday, November 29

“Biological Debt, Illness and the Limits of the Nation State in Women’s Writing in Turkish,” by Şima İmşir (İstanbul Şehir University), at FEASS, A-130, 5 p.m. Organized by the Center for Turkish Literature.


Until December 19

“Kalp Atışı Dakikada” (Heartbeats per Minute), by Feyza Gürleşen, instructor in the Department of Fine Arts, at Detay Sanat.


Thursday, November 22

“Graduate/Doctoral/Early-Career Writing Workshops, Participant’s Final Presentations,” by Rebecca Darley (Birkbeck University of London), Jennifer Baird (Birkbeck University of London), Katherine Hill (Birkbeck University of London), Jonathan Jarrett (University of Leeds), Leonidas Karakatsanis (British Institute at Ankara), Tarek Mohammed (Ain Shams University), and Daniel Reynolds (University of Birmingham), at FEASS, AZ-31, 1 p.m. Organized by HIST, sponsored by the British Academy, Birbeck University of London, and Bilkent University.



UNAM Technopreneurship Lecture

As part of its Technopreneurship Lecture Series, UNAM (the National Nanotechnology Research Center) will be holding a lecture this Wednesday, November 21, in the UNAM Conference Hall.

The lecture will be presented by Rafi Nave, a senior researcher at the Neaman Institute in Haifa, Israel, which focuses on national strategy, the economy, social technology, business and related topics. Mr. Nave has also served as director of Technion’s Bronica Entrepreneurship Center.

In his talk, Mr. Nave will focus on entrepreneurship education and “lean startups,” offering examples of successful startups. He will also look at Israel as a high-tech nation, asking how this happened and what may be learned from it.