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Applications Open: Ottoman Turkish Summer School Program at the Center for Ottoman and Turkish Studies, Ibn Khaldun University, Istanbul (10-27 July 2017)

Dear colleagues,

Please kindly share notice of this forthcoming Ottoman Turkish Summer School program at the Center for Ottoman and Turkish Studies (COTS), Ibn Khaldun University, Istanbul.

M. Fatih Çalışır, PhD

History Department

Ibn Khaldun University

mfatih.calisir@ihu.edu.tr

 

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Name: Ibn Khaldun University COTS Ottoman Turkish Summer School

CFP: 2nd. International Symposium Yemen under the Ottoman Rule (1833-1924)

Dear All, 

This is the first circular call for papers 2nd. International Symposium Yemen under the Ottoman Rule (1833-1924)

2nd. International Symposium Yemen under the Ottoman Rule (1833-1924) will be held in İstanbul University on the 16-17 of November 2017. Symposium will focus only on the Ottoman second administration era in the Yemen (1833-1924). 

Proceeding abstract submission and other information about symposium will be on the symposium website (yemensempozyumu.istanbul.edu.tr) which will be active soon. 

A Fieldwork-Based Summer School in Istanbul on Urban Political Ecology

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Dear friends and colleagues, 

 

New Book on Ottoman Espionage: Sultan’ın Casusları: 16. Yüzyılda İstihbarat, Sabotaj ve Rüşvet Ağları

I would like to share with my colleagues that I have published my book on Ottoman espionage in the sixteenth century, a monography partly coming from my dissertation defended five years ago at Georgetown University's Department of History. Unlike the dissertation that deals with the Habsburg and Venetian espionage, this book in Turkish deals entirely with the Ottoman case, through an amalgamation of rich corpus of documentation from Ottoman, Spanish, Venetian, Florentine and other European archives. I would like to thank my supervisors late Prof. Halil Inalcik and Prof.

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