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Anahide Ter Minassian

It saddens us to announce the death of French-Armenian historian Anahide Ter Minassian.
She was born in Paris in 1929 to a family from Mush and Sivas and passed away February 10th, 2019 in Fresnes near Paris at the age of 89.
 
She will be known to members of this list in particular for her work on Armenian revolutionary movements in the late Ottoman Empire, in which she vividly demonstrated the richness and diversity of Ottoman historical experience. More generally, she was a pioneer of Armenian Studies.

CFP: Second International NEHT Workshop 2019: Environmental Histories of the Ottoman Empire and Turkey - Deadline 15 March 2019

Call for Papers

Second International NEHT Workshop 2019

Environmental Histories of the Ottoman Empire and Turkey

Middle East Technical University

6-7 September 2019

Since its inception meeting hosted by Hamburg University in 2017, the Network for the Study of Environmental History of Turkey (NEHT)international workshop aims to be one of the main academic platforms for junior and senior scholars working on t

New Issue: Nazariyat Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences (4/3)

 Dear members of the list, 
 
The new issue for Nazariyat Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences (4/3) has been released. Articles and reviews can be reached through the following link, as the journal is open-access. 
 
 
ARTICLES
Is it Possible to Speak of an Illuminationist Circle in the Ottoman Scholarly World?

Room to let at Besiktas / Yildiz - İstanbul

Dear all,

I have a room to let at Beşiktaş - Yıldız, istanbul, during June, July and August 2019. Please contact me off the list for details: melike.sumertas@gmail.com

Best Regards,

Firuzan Melike Sümertaş

Ph.D. Candidate, Boğaziçi University 

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CEMS Graduate Conference 2019: CULTURAL ENTANGLEMENT, TRANSFER AND CONTENTION IN MEDITERRANEAN COMMUNITIES FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE PRESENT

Type: 

Conference

Date: 

May 30, 2019 to June 1, 2019

Location: 

Hungary

Subject Fields: 

Ancient History, Archaeology, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies

Seeking Panelists for MESA 2019 - Margins, Marginals, and Marginalities.

I am organizing a panel on marginality during the nineteenth century that focuses on individuals and groups which deemed to be abnormal and deviant and as well as on new methodological and theoretical frameworks for the study of marginality. My paper focuses on corporeal and spatial experiences of cholera-stricken Jews of Izmir during the cholera epidemics of the late nineteenth-century within an Ottoman urban context.

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