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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Hosgeldin! (Welcome) and Goodbye – Field Research on Turkish Judicial Reform By Leslie Esbrook The following blog post details a series of interviews Leslie Esbrook (Yale University, Law School) conducted as part of a field mission for research into Turkish judicial reform and politics over the course of the 2014-2015 calendar year, in both the … Continue reading Field Research on Turkish Judicial Reform
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
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?