December 2, 2020
SALT BUILDINGS ARE OPEN FROM TUESDAY TO FRIDAY BETWEEN 11.00 AND 17.00

SALT RESEARCH:
ASK AN EXPERT

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A group of students in Talas, Kayseri (20th century, exact date unknown)
UCC, ARIT, SALT Research
SALT is working remotely for now to enhance the institution’s online services while its buildings are temporarily inaccessible. Part of this effort, “SALT Research: Ask an Expert” aims to provide useful insights into the digitized archives. If you have any questions about a specific document and/or collection, please forward them via salt.research@saltonline.org. SALT Research and Programs team along with Ümit Fırat Açıkgöz, Faruk Alpkaya, Ahu Antmen, Aynur Gürlemez Arı, Sakine Çil, Pelin Derviş, Ahmet Dönmez, Ulaş Karakoç, Vasıf Kortun, Taybuğa Aybars Mamali, Aslı Odman, Dilara Oruç, Waseem Ahmad Siddiqui, Bülent Tanju, Gizem Tongo, Murat Tülek and Murat Yümlü will respond to your inquiries.

SALT Research collections, compiling 1,840,000 documents under the main titles of “Art,” “Architecture and Design,” “City, Society, and Economy,” are browsable at archives.saltresearch.org. The institution’s website saltonline.org extends SALT’s content while presenting a series of e-publications by SALT and L’Internationale. SALT’s web projects are available here and the bilingual blog texts are gathered here. To watch videos of past public programs, please visit SALT’s YouTube channel.

Thank you, and stay safe!


Online access to SALT Research sources is supported by Digilogue.
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