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Christie's 19th Century Paintings Are Entrusted to Him

Generally we expect an expert of art history to be someone in his 60s with gray hair, a slight hunchback, and a habit of talking over his bifocals. And if this person is a director at the 19th Century Art Department of an auction company like Christie’s, it would be reasonable to expect to meet a person with even more gray hair and more age.

From Pop Star to DJ

Ersoy YILDIZ
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Rochester, New York

In the 1970s the path of becoming a famous singer was through the only television and radio establishment available, the Turkish Radio Television Corporation (TRT). Through song competitions, new voices were added to the music world, and youth rushed the contests organized by TRT.

They Make Tomorrow

Ali Çınar - Connecticut
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University of New Haven (UNH) is one of the biggest urban universities of the State of Connecticut. Established in 1920, UNH offers one of the best Criminal Justice and Engineering programs in the country. 

Keys to Success: Quality and Price

In 2003, total product and service imports to the US reached $1.5 trillion. China accounts for $152.3 billion, which is higher than the gross domestic product of Turkey ($146.7 billion). In other words, China exports more products and services to the US than Turkey produces in a given year. Turkish product and service exports to the US is $3.7 billion. In textile, China is the largest single exporter to the US market.  

Turkish Nobel Laureate Aziz Sancar to Meet Gifted Children and Their Families

Image The All Gifted People Association (TÜZDER) brings gifted children, their parents and educators together as part of Genius and Gifted People Day with its motto: "Geniuses are included." The event will take place at Yıldız Technical University's Davut Paşa Campus Congress and Cultural Center on May 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Nobel Prize laureate Professor Aziz Sancar will attend the event as the guest of honor.

Prof Vamik Volkan Wins World's Prestigious Psychoanalysis Award

Image Vamık Djemal Volkan, M.D., a Turkish Cypriot emeritus professor of psychiatry who resides in the US, has been one of the two winners of the prestigious Sigourney Award, which honors achievements for the advancement of psychoanalysis. Volkan and Jay Greenberg, Ph. D have been selected as the recipients of the 2015 Sigourney Award for their outstanding achievement in psychoanalysis, according to a statement posted on sigourneyaward.org.

US Authorities Targeting Muslim Professors at Airports

Image Two well-known Muslim professors joined the ranks of many Muslims who have been targetted by U.S. authorities at airports in recent years. Turkish professor Dr. Talip Kucukcan and Iranian-American professor Hamid Dabashi were both questioned at the New York JFK airport last week. Dr. Talip Kucukcan revealed that he was questioned for one and a half hours in an humiliating manner as he entered New York’s JFK airport on November 11, according to his Twitter account.
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