A symposium in Istanbul 4 - 6 October 2007 organized by Citizens without Boundaries together with Istanbul Bilgi University and Mimar Sinan University in Istanbul in cooperation with Centre for European Studies at Lund University supported by the Consulate General of Sweden in Istanbul.

Programme: Wednesday 3 October Arrival of Swedish participants to Istanbul. Accomodation: Hotel Troya, Tepebası, Mesrutiyet Caddesi. No: 45, 34430 Beyoglu, Istanbul www.hoteltroya.com 20.00 Reception at the Consulate General of Sweden, Istiklal Caddesi 497 (Tünel), Beyoglu, Istanbul
Thursday 4 October
BILGI UNIVERSITY (Dolapdere Campus, Kurtulus Deresi Caddesi 47, Dolapdere, Istanbul) 10.00 - 10.15 Welcome: Prof.Dr. Ihsan Bilgin, Vice Rector İstanbul Bilgi University/ Andrea Karlsson, Citizens without Boundaries / Ayhan Kaya Director, European Institute Bilgi 10.15 - 13.00 Session 1 Disputed memories - European comparisons Sanimir Resic, Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, Fuat Keyman, Emre Aköz (5-10 minutes each) discussion (1 hour) moderator: Ayhan Kaya
14.30 - 16.30 Session 2 Production, mediation and consumption of history Klas Göran Karlsson, Ferhat Kentel, Alan Duben (5-10 minutes each) discussion (1 hour) moderator: Andrea Karlsson

Refreshments 17.00 - 19.30 Session 3 Commemorative practice in art and literature Magnus Florin, Ulf Peter Hallberg, Asli Erdogan, Kenan Cayir (5-10 minutes each) discussion (1 hour) moderator: Ingrid Rasch

CONSULATE GENERAL OF SWEDEN (Istiklal Caddessi 497, Beyoglu, Istanbul)
13.00 - 15.00 Session 4 Disputing memories – ethical demands and political consequences Oskar Hemer, Andrzej Tichy, Diane Sunar, Sibel Yardimci (5-10 minutes each) discussion (1 hour) moderator: Ingrid Rasch Refreshments
MIMAR SINAN UNIVERSITY (Main Conference Hall, Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts, Fındıklı, Istanbul)

16.00 - 18.30 Panel discussion Whose Memory – Which Future Volkan Vural, Göran Rosenberg, Jayne Svenungsson moderator: Ayhan Kaya open to the public Dinner at Mimar Sinan University’s restaurant Saturday 6 October OPEN DAY/ INDIVIDUAL MEETINGS