ERKAN AFFAN | اركان عفان

#CURATION

Conferences and Publications 


2019 - 2020 ︎

04/19 Living on the Margins 2019 presents: Panel One – Queer Marginality (9.30 – 11.15; The Boardroom) with Erkan Gursel: ‘Berlin’deyim aşkim’; on performativity, advocacy and transnational solidarity amongst queer, Turkish speaking migrants in Berlin’. University of Westminster.

05/19
  ‘A Witness To Her Times’: Coalition Politics and Queer Liberty – Sarah Schulman reviews the roots of AIDS activism in Feminism, Civil Rights, and Black Power, presenting ideas from her current work-in-progress Let The Record Show: A Political History of Act Up. New York (2020). Presented by co-curators, Erkan Affan and Olimpia Burchiellaro. SOAS, University of London

09/19
European Geographies of Sexualities Conference 2019 presents: Parallel Sessions 07: XVI Queering Transnationalism (10.30 – 12.10; Charles University, Prague) with Erkan Gursel: ‘Berlin’deyim aşkim’; on performativity, advocacy and transnational solidarity amongst queer, Turkish speaking migrants in Berlin’. Charles University, Prague

09/19
IX Congreso de Migraciones 2019presenta: Sesión E4.1: Migraciones y sexualidades no hegemónicas (9.00 – 10.30; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) con Erkan Gursel: ‘Berlin’deyim aşkim’; on performativity, advocacy and transnational solidarity amongst queer, Turkish speaking migrants in Berlin’. Autonomous University of Barcelona

10/19
Multidisciplinary approaches to contemporary issues in Religion and Society (16.30-18.00; University of Westminster) with Erkan Gursel: ‘On Being Queer and Muslim’. University of Wesminster

12/19
IQMF: On Being Queer and Turkish* - an evening of two performances and a talk that link the mediums of photography, performance and academia together to centre queer, Turkish* identity and experience. LAB 111, Amsterdam




 



2014 - (as writer and researcher) - “Sarisülük’s Story: A Family Fighting for Justice”. Edited by Erkan Gursel for ROAR Collective. More information and full report here.

2017 - (as primary researcher) -
“Mosul: The Day After; Understanding the Strategic and Humanitarian Consequences of Defeating IS in Iraq”. Edited by Peter Mitchell, Researched by Erkan Gursel for the Institute of Islamic Strategic Affairs. More information here, and report can be downloaded here.

2018 - (as editorial assitant) -
“Routledge Handbook of South-South Relations”. Edited by Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh & Patricia Daley for Taylor & Francis. More information here, and book can be purchased here.

2019 - (as writer and researcher) -
“The Marginalisation of Transgender Refugee Women from UNHCR’s Policies of Gender Mainstreaming”. Written by Erkan Affan for Jadaliyya. More information and full report here.