XVI. Great Lakes Ottomanist Workshop (GLOW), Upcoming Panel

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Greetings,

The second panel of the XVIth GLOW (Great Lakes Ottomanist Workshop) will be help on Zoom on December 4. You may find the details of the event below. We look forward to seeing you with us online,

Dr. Aslıhan Gürbüzel

McGill University, Institute of Islamic Studies

https://www.mcgill.ca/islamicstudies/files/islamicstudies/glow_program_zoom1.pdf 

SESSION II: Early Modern Textual and Political Traditions in Motion

Friday, December 4, 12 pm-2 pm (EST)

Meeting ID: 861 6399 5852, https://mcgill.zoom.us/j/86163995852

Panel I:

Discussant: Vefa Erginbaş (Providence College)

  • Naser Dumairieh (UdeM), “Could Sufism Have Been a Means of Spreading Ibn Taymiyya’s Thought in the Ottoman Empire?”
  • Hasan Umut (Boğaziçi University), “The Making of a Scientific Text in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire: Astronomy and Education in ʿAlī al-Qūshjī’s al-Risāla al-Fatḥiyya
  • Arlen Wiesenthal (University of Chicago), “Anatomy of an Imperial Court in Motion: A Geographic Approach to the Social History of Monarchy in the Ottoman Empire (1650-1750)”
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