Greg Cullison

Greg Cullison is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College and co-author of the Handbook of American Slang and Serbian Jargon (Belgrade: Interprint). He studied Turkish at the Volkshochschule in Vienna, Austria, and traveled to Turkey in 2013.


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Scenes from the Uneasy Cafe

Greg Cullison looks to Kaya Genç's "Under the Shadow" to make sense Turkey's past few years of protest and tumult....

Scenes from the Uneasy Cafe
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