New Book: “My Dear Son Garabed—I Read Your Letter; I Cried, I Laughed. Kojaian Family Letters (1912-1919)

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that our bilingual book “My Dear Son Garabed—I Read Your Letter; I Cried, I Laughed. Kojaian Family Letters from Efkere/Kayseri to America (1912-1919) / Sevgülü Oğlum Garabed—Mekdubun Okudum. Ağladım, Güldüm. Efkere’den Amerika’ya Kocayan Ailesi Mektupları (1912-1919)” is now available from Histor Press.

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.

Ottoman Crossings / Osmanische Schnittstellen

Research on the Ottoman Empire is a broad field full of intersections: between men, women, and youths; between poetic expression and political action; between languages, cultures, and religions; between peace, war, and genocide; between past and present—and last but not least, from an academic perspective, between history and literature.

To Attend: Migration and Mobility in Turkey: Past and Present (New School for Social Research)

Migration and Mobility in Turkey: Past and Present

Date & Time: 15 April 2017, 10am-5pm

Location:

New School for Social Research

6 East 16th Street, New York, NY 10003, Room D1103

 

Sponsors: Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility (ZIMM), Department of Sociology - NSSR

 

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Publication: Architecture and Landscape in Medieval Anatolia, 1100-1500, edited by Patricia Blessing and Rachel Goshgarian

Dear all,

we are happy to announce the publication of a new edited volume, Architecture and Landscape in Medieval Anatolia, 1100-1500, eds. Patricia Blessing and Rachel Goshgarian,  just out with Edinburgh University Press:

https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-architecture-and-landscape-in-medieval-anatolia-...

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