Itır Erhart joins reseach team to study one of Europe’s most contentious public protests

YmSPKCPZ.jpegThe University of Brighton has won a £250,000 grant to study one of Europe’s most contentious public protests and examine how social media has opened up a new avenues to voice opposition.
The project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, will last 16 months and will be led by Dr McGarry with Professor Catherine Moriarty, Professor of Art and Design History, and Dr Olu Jenzen, Senior Lecturer, acting as co-investigators. Dr Umut Korkut from Glasgow Caledonian University and Dr Itır Erhart from Bilgi University, Istanbul, make up the project team (News source).

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