Prof. Dr. Necmi Karul

Prof. Dr. Necmi Karul

Member of Istanbul University Prehistory Department Göbeklitepe Scientific and Coordination Commission

Having received his BA and MA degrees from the Department of Prehistory at Istanbul University, Karul received a DAAD scholarship and completed his Ph.D. at Berlin Frei University in 2000. After completing his doctorate, he became the archaeology editor of Atlas Magazine. He started to work as an assistant in the Prehistory Department in 2002. He became Associate Professor in 2006 and Professor in 2017. Having received a research scholarship from Harvard University in 2005, Karul served as a Member of the Editorial Board of the Turkish Academy of Sciences Journal of Archaeology (TUBA-AR) between the years 2009-2012. Karul, who was a member of the Editorial Board at EJA (Journal of European Archeology) between the years 2013-2016, continues his role at the Editorial Board of Colloquium Anatolicum and Studia Praehistorica, Journal of Turkish Institute of Prehistoric Sciences, and serves as the Archaeology Editor of Magma Magazine since 2014. He is also a member of the German Archaeological Institute, the Austrian Archaeological Institute, and a correspondent member of the Turkish Archaeological Institute and a member of the National Committee of ICOMOS Turkey. Karul served as the President of the Istanbul Branch of the Association of Archaeologists from 2007 to 2015. Karul, who has taken part in prehistoric excavations and surveys in different parts of Anatolia since 1989, has been the scientific advisor to the excavations of Bursa Aktopraklık Höyük since 2004 and Siirt Gusir Höyük excavations since 2010. Since 2016, Necmi Karul has been managing the Göbeklitepe Culture and Karahantepe Research Project and is a member of the Göbeklitepe Scientific Coordination Committee.
 

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Saturday 01/02/2020

From 15:15 To 16:30

02/01/2020 15:15 02/01/2020 16:30 Is it Possible to Transform Tourism with 'Göbeklitepe', The Ground Zero of History? Last year, one of the most emphasized subjects at our conference stage was that tourism should go local and the locals should be included in the tourism economy. It was concluded that the most important factor that will affect the brand value of the country as a whole is the fact that each region and destination has become a brand itself.

This year at EMITT, we will shift the focus from “what” to do and discuss “how” to do it!
 
Make sure not to miss out this case study in which we will create a viable business model/roadmap that includes how a region should be handled as a whole with its architecture, cuisine and cultural values and what steps should be taken to create a brand city with experts from different fields.
 
Conference Stage, Hall 2

Conference Stage, Hall 2

"Is it Possible to Transform Tourism with 'Göbeklitepe', The Ground Zero of History?"

Aydan Volkan Aylin Yazıcıoğlu Ebru Kerimoğlu Elif Dağdeviren Kerem Gökçe Prof. Dr. Necmi Karul
Time and date

Saturday 01/02/2020

From 15:15 To 16:30

02/01/2020 15:15 02/01/2020 16:30 Is it Possible to Transform Tourism with 'Göbeklitepe', The Ground Zero of History? Last year, one of the most emphasized subjects at our conference stage was that tourism should go local and the locals should be included in the tourism economy. It was concluded that the most important factor that will affect the brand value of the country as a whole is the fact that each region and destination has become a brand itself.

This year at EMITT, we will shift the focus from “what” to do and discuss “how” to do it!
 
Make sure not to miss out this case study in which we will create a viable business model/roadmap that includes how a region should be handled as a whole with its architecture, cuisine and cultural values and what steps should be taken to create a brand city with experts from different fields.
 
Conference Stage, Hall 2
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Conference Stage, Hall 2

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