CFP: The Power of Language: Linguistic and Social Order in the Ottoman Empire

Dear List Members, please find the following call for papers for the upcoming Turkologentag. Please forward to any possibly interested parties.
 
CFP: The Power of Language: Linguistic and Social Order in the Ottoman Empire

It is often claimed that in the Ottoman Empire educated elites seamlessly blended the “three tongues”—Persian for poetry, Arabic for religion, and Turkish for politics—into the syncretic “Ottoman” language.

CFP: The Power of Language: Linguistic and Social Order in the Ottoman Empire

Dear List Members, please find the following call for papers for the upcoming Turkologentag. Thanks!
 
CFP: The Power of Language: Linguistic and Social Order in the Ottoman Empire

It is often claimed that in the Ottoman Empire educated elites seamlessly blended the “three tongues”—Persian for poetry, Arabic for religion, and Turkish for politics—into the syncretic “Ottoman” language.

MMS-II workshop ‘Fifteenth-century Arabic Historiography: Past, Present, and Future’ (18/12, UGent)

Dear colleagues,

Please find some information on the workshop we are organising at UGent below.

MMS-II workshop ‘Fifteenth-century Arabic Historiography: Past, Present, and Future’. Monday 18 December 2017, 9.30 until 18.30 (Ghent University, Blandijnberg 2, Blandijn building, 6th floor, room 160.015). 

ANNC: New book on the Arab intellectual history

Dear H-Levant List Members,

I would like to announce the publication of a new book that I have co-edited together with Max Weiss. Arabic Thought beyond the Liberal Age: Towards and Intellectual History of the Nahda (2016) is now available from Cambridge University Press: http://www.cambridge.org/9781107136335 .

A brief description from the publisher’s website:

New Book: Le Cédrat, La Jument et la Goule. Trois poèmes préislamiques traduits de l'arabe par Pierre Larcher 2016

Prof. émérite Claude Gilliot

claude.gilliot@univ-amu.fr

24th November 2016

 

Has been just published by Pierre Larcher  (Université Aix-Marseille/AMU and IREMAM), now just Emeritus. Ad multos annos in pace Die vivi!:

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