Talking About Research

Here researchers and fellows discuss problems they encounter in their research, provide insights into research and publication processes, or discuss in short pieces problems in the field.

  • Leslie Esbrook describes here experiences doing field research on the Turkish Judicial Reform: Read more here!
  • David Leopold shares experiences from his field word in Armenia and Turkey: Read more here!
  • Mehtap Söyler discusses the publication of her doctoral dissertation, and the process of turning the manuscript into a book: Read more here!

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Standing on opposite sides of a barbed-wire fence – Experiences from my field work in Armenia and Turkey

by David Leupold What does field work in day-to-day practice mean? How does field work look like in a conflict-ridden region divided by closed borders? And, finally, what is the key to conducting solid field work in spite of such circumstances? The following observations are a tentative attempt to suggest some answers to these questions … Continue reading Standing on opposite sides of a barbed-wire fence – Experiences from my field work in Armenia and Turkey

How to publish a Monograph?

By Mehtap Söyler Congratulations! You have successfully defended your doctoral dissertation and proven your competence to work as an independent scholar. It’s time to turn your thesis into a monograph and contact publishers with global reach. Does this sound difficult, even terrifying? Not necessarily. On the contrary, this step can be an exciting learning experience. … Continue reading How to publish a Monograph?

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