Dear list members,Please note our new book:Yervant Odyan, Abdülhamid ve Sherlock Holmes (Everest Yayınları, İstanbul, 2014), 925 sy. (Haz. Seval Şahin/Banu Öztürk/Didem Ardalı Büyükarman/Ayşe Şahin/ E. Şule Ayva) Best wishes,
You are cordially invited to participate in an upcoming workshop at the German Orient-Institut in Istanbul on March 13-14 entitled "Six Centuries of Polish-Ottoman Encounters in Istanbul: Identities, Trajectories and Intellectual Transfers". Four scholars will be presenting their new research:
Zaur Gasimov (Orient-Institut Istanbul): Between Crimea, Warsaw and Istanbul: Cafer Seydahmet (1889-1960) as an entangled intellectual
Michał Połczyński (Georgetown University): “We neither camp in tents, nor do we wander the steppes”: Polish-Lithuanian Tatars in the court of Kanunî Sultan Süleyman
We're happy to announce the release of Ep. #148 of Ottoman History Podcast entitled "Beyond Heterodoxy: Kizilbash/Alevis in Ottoman Anatolia", which features an interview with Dr. Ayfer Karakaya-Stump. Her work makes use of many previously unexplored sources created by the Ottoman Alevi community.