You live in Seattle and/or do you want to study a Turkish or Turkic Language and Culture at the University of Washington abroad.
University of Washington, Seattle
Department of Central Eurasian Studies Center for Languages of the Central Asian Region
Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center
Countries: Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistana and Uzbekistan
- Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization
- Turkic and Central Eurasian Studies Program
Founded in 1949, the Turkic and Central Eurasian Studies Program at the University of Washington is one of the oldest and most distinguished programs in the United States. It is one of the only in the country that offers a complete program of Turkic and Central Eurasian studies including courses in Turkic languages, culture, history, literature, and area studies. There are currently more than eighteen UW faculty members from eight academic departments and three professional schools who participate in the Turkic and Central Eurasian Studies Program.
Turkish and Ottoman Studies Program
The Turkish Programme include language instruction in Ottoman and Modern Turkish, as well as many topical courses on historical, social, and cultural topics. The Turkish Studies Program at the University in Seattle is also integrated with the Central Asian, Middle Eastern, and Russian Studies Programs. This makes it highly interdisciplinary and unique among Turkish Studies Programs in the United States.
Contact: Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization
University of Washington
229 Denny Hall Box 353120
Seattle WA 98195-3120
Web: depts.washington.edu/nelc/ or
219 Denny Hall Box 353120
Tel: 206.685.3743 Email: nelcua"at"uw.edu
Turkish Graduate Programm
Mr Selim Kuru
M25 Denny Hall Box 353120