Pelin Aytemiz is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Communication at Başkent University. She received her PhD in Visual and Cultural Studies from the Department of Graphic Design at İhsan Doğramacı Bilkent University. Her dissertation, titled “Representing Absence and the Absent One: Remembering and Longing Through Mourning Photography,” focused on the nexus of photography and mourning in twentieth-century Turkey. She is the author of “Death Photography in Turkey in the Late 1800s and Early 1900: Defining an Area of Study” Early Popular Visual Culture 11/4 (2013). Her research focuses on visual culture, photography, death, mourning and short film in Turkey. Gregory Buchakjian is a Beirut-based art historian and photographer, teaching at the Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts ( ALBA ). He co-founded, with Pierre Hage-Boutros and Rana Haddad, the Atelier de Recherche ALBA , a transdisciplinary platform which investigates issues of cultural memory and space appropriation in Beirut. He is a PhD candidate at Université Paris IV Sorbonne, where his thesis examines the uses and transformations of abandoned dwellings in Beirut. Buchakjian’s scholarly publications include War and Other (Impossible) Possibilities: Thoughts on Arab History and Contemporary Art (2012). His artistic work explores the urban life of Beirut and
Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2015
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