International Symposium “The City of Nusaybin (Nisibis) in The History of Mesopotamia”

PROGRAMME
08.05.2010
09.30 a.m. :
– Welcoming: Miss. Ayse Gokkan Mayor of Nusaybin (Nisibis)

09.45 a.m.-11.00 a.m.
Moderator: Mr. Necmi Karul, Associated Professor, Archaeologist, The University of Istanbul (Turkey)
Ahmet Yildirim, Associated Professor, The University of Dicle – Diyarbakir (Turkey), The ecosystem and the geographical structure of Nisibis and Its surrounds
Nicolas Laneri, The Upper Mesopotamia and The Site of HIRBEMERDON at the Age of Bronse
Asli Erim Ozdogan, Associated Professor, Archaeologist, The University of Canakkale (Turkey), Site of Kerkushti and The Archaeological ÇED (Report of Impact on Environment)
Discussion
Break

11.15 a.m.-12.30 a.m.
Moderator : Mrs. Asli Erim Ozdogan, Associated Professor, Archaeologist, The University of Canakkale (Turkey)
Philippe Talon, Assyriologist, Professor, Nisibis, a provincial capital of Assyrian Empire
Abdullah Bilen, Archaeologist, The Mitanni Empire And The Medieval Assyrian
Maurice Sartre, Historian Professor, Specialist in The Eastern Roman Empire, Nisibis and Its Surrounds During Roman Times
Discussion
Lunch Time

14.15 p.m.-15.45 p.m.
Moderator: Mr. Philippe Talon, Assyriologist, Professor
Andrew Palmer, Historian Professor, Nisibis in the Late of the first century of Islam
Fadil Bedirhanoglu, Researcher Writer, Nisibis During Abbassid Period
Yusuf Baluken, Researcher Writer, Nisibis During Marwanids Period
Discussion
Break

16.00 a.p.-17.30 p.m.
Moderator Mr. Maurice Sartre, Historian Professor, Specialist in The Eastern Roman Empire
Mirella Galetti, Ph.D. in political science from the University of Bologna, Nusaybin and Its Region According to Some Ancient Travelers and Some Vatican Documents
(1920-1939)”
Selah Hirori, Ph.D. in Science, Nisibis According to The Scripts of Chronicals
Discussion

09.05.2010
09.30 a.m.-10.45 a.m.
Moderator: Mr. Andrew Palmer, Historian Professor
Necmi Karul, Associated Professor, Archaeologist, The University of Istanbul (Turkey), The prehistoric beliefs in The Near East
Feleknas Uca, Former member of the European Parliament, The Influence of Mesopotamia on the Belief of The Zoroastriens and The Yezidis
Discussion
Break

11.00 a.m.-12.30 a.m.
Moderator: Mr. Ephrem Isa Yousif, Professor, Historian of Civilisations
Irfan Acikgoz, Professor, University of Dicle – Diyarbakir (Turkey), In Terms of History of Science The school of Nisibis
Alain Desremaux, Assisstant Researcher, The History of The Nisibis Church Since Its Foundation
Françoise Briquel-Chatonnet, Professor, in Collège de France, Paris IV, The Story of the Nisibis School and Its Place in The Education of Mesopotamia Church
Discussion
Lunch Time

14.15 p.m.-15.30 p.m.
Moderator: Mr. Irfan Acikgoz, Professor, University of Dicle – Diyarbakir (Turkey)
Rawand Polis Gorgis, Vice-President of The Chaldean Cultural Association of Ainkawa – Irbil (Irak), The School of Nisibis Being A Model For The Cultural Center of The Ainkawa’s (Irbil) Chaldeas and Its expansion in Upper Mesopotamia
Saadi Al-Malih, Director of The General Direction of Assyrian Culture and Language – Irbil (Irak), The role of the Syriac (Chaldean-Assyrians) in The Development of The Culture in Middle East
Ephrem Isa Yousif, Professor, Writer, Historian of Civilisations, The Metropolitan Elias of Nisibis and His Relationship With The Dynasty of Marwanids
Discussion
Break

15.45 p.m.-16.45 p.m.
Moderator: Mr. Cemal Coskun
Hamza Aksüt, Researcher Writer, The place of Nisibis on The Alevisim History
Iskender de Basso, The Importance of Multi-Culturalism in Mesopotamia
A. Rahim Özmen, Assistant Professor, The University of Dicle – Diyarbakir (Turkey),
A multi-cultural Life is Possible in Nisibis?
Discussion
Lunch Time

17.00 p.m.
Closing Session
Presentation of The Belief and Culture Park
Ephrem Isa YOUSIF, Closing Speech