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Expert opinions sought on Turkish/Ottoman women's clothing of 1922 by former academic turned fiction writer

I was referred to your group by one of your colleagues. Thanks so much for admitting me! I have been reading about and viewing historic photographs of Turkish/Ottoman women's clothing in the early 20th century for a historical young adult fiction manuscript I am revising for an interested publisher.

Classical Armenian (Grabar) Online School

Armenian School of Languages and Cultures - ASPIRANTUM is organizing Classical Armenian (Grabar) online school. The 9 weeks Grabar online school will start on February 9, 2021, and will last till April 9, 2021. 2021 Old Armenian language online school will help the participants to become skillful in reading and interpreting Grabar texts.

This 9 weeks Classical Armenian online school will be organized on Tuesdays and Fridays each week (18 days) and will include 54 hours of intensive Armenian language teaching (3 hours during each day). 

CfA: Visiting Fellowship, Centre for Southeast European Studies, University of Graz

The Centre for Southeast European Studies of the University of Graz is currently accepting applications for Visiting Fellows for the academic year 2021-22. The Centre provides research facilities for fellows, including a working place, access to the library and full participation in the activities of the centre for a period of one semester (4 months,either October-January or March-June). Visiting Fellows will receive a small budget to organise a public event or lecture.

New Publication - The Friday Mosque in the City: Liminality, Ritual, and Politics

Dear Colleagues, 

We are glad to announce that our edited volume The Friday Mosque in the City: Liminality, Ritual, and Politics was recently published by Intellect Books (December 2020).

With our best wishes,

Hilal & Suzan 


The Friday Mosque in the City: Liminality, Ritual, and Politics