Title: ieiMedia
Description: ieiMedia View Work The Istanbul Project The Institute for Education in International Media (ieiMedia), a pioneer in journalism education, has been taking students abroad since 2002. It was founded by is ranked 23847904 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $3,340. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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ieiMedia View Work The Istanbul Project The Institute for Education in International Media (ieiMedia), a pioneer in journalism education, has been taking students abroad since 2002. It was founded by Andrew Ciofalo, now a professor emeritus at Loyola University Maryland. Featured Post Culture, Featured Post Janset Karavin – A Pantomime in Istanbul International Reporting from Istanbul email me Seeking Religious Identity In a Secular City Young conservatives in Istanbul, Turkey, are struggling to find identity in a city that’s blossomed into a European hotspot. By Emilie Eaton Aug 09, 2011 | Have your say ? Stories Culture Economics Food News Politics Religion The Intern Publications People Contributors Faculty Journalism in Turkey Janset Karavin – A Pantomime in Istanbul Janset Karavin has been performing pantomime in Istanbul for the past seven years. Today she performs on the street, in hopes of bringing the art into Istanbul’s cultural mainstream. By Kat Russell Continue Reading Politics Asserting Kurdish Identity Meets Resistance Aug 03, 2011 | Read | Discuss By Eve Hersh When he was a child, ?ekdar Türk and his family lived in fear of the Turkish military. Türk remembers looking for places to hide when the military came to his village. “We knew that when the military would come they would take someone,” he said. Türk was born when Turkey still had […]… Youth More Suspicious of Islamist Rulers News Roma Minority Faces Urban Renewal Aug 04, 2011 | Read | Discuss By Willa Hine In 2010, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an stepped on to the podium exclaiming: “I don’t want to see my Roma brothers in tents any more. I want them to enjoy a decent standard of living.” This was the democratic push that the Justice Development Party (AKP) made to reach out to […]… Married at 14: A Roma Love Story Economics Who Will Fix the Grand Bazaar? Jul 22, 2011 | Read | Discuss By Samantha Baranowski The Grand Bazaar, Istanbul’s famous covered market, is falling apart — but it’s not clear who will foot the bill for an estimated $100 million in repairs. Hasan Firat, president of the Bazaar Traders’ Association, claims the government isn’t doing anything to fix the 550-year-old his… Rescuing A Dying Art Food Local Foodie Favorites Jul 26, 2011 | Read | Discuss By Laura McCabe After overpaying for dinner on the Bosphorus once too often, I decided my next destination would be anywhere but the packed, noisy streets of the principal Taksim or Sultanahmet districts. I was ready to eat, and eat well. I wanted to find the best little hole-in-the wall restaurants, and dine with the [&hel… Culture Greek Immigrants Trickling In Aug 05, 2011 | Read | Discuss By Karissa Bell Once-vibrant Greek neighborhoods in Istanbul are now practically relics. Houses that belonged to Greek families lie in ruins; many schools for Greek children are closed, and covered in dust. Greek Orthodox churches are often the last reminders of this shrinking community, which once numbered in the hundreds … Janset Karavin – A Pantomime in Istanbul About In the summer of 2011, a select group of university students and young professionals traveled to Istanbul, Turkey, to practice working as foreign correspondents. They reported, wrote stories, and shot photos and video about Istanbul’s culture, neighborhoods, politics, life, people and arts. Then they created this web magazine, and the forthcoming book Faces of Istanbul. Read more about me Credits Design by Graph Paper Press All content ? 2016 by ieiMedia Whois

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