ToC: Cambridge History of Judaism, vol. 7, The Early Modern World, 1500-1815, edited by Jonathan Karp and Adam Sutcliffe

Introduction Jonathan Karp and Adam Sutcliffe
 
Part I. European and Mediterranean Jewry 1500–1650:
1. The Catholic Church and the Jews,  Kenneth Stow
2. Judaism and Protestantism,  R. Po-chia Hsia
3. The rise of Ottoman Jewry,  Joseph R. Hacker
4. The shifting legal and political status of early modern Jewries,  Andreas Gotzmann
5. Jews and the early modern economy,  Francesca Trivellato

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.

Call for Papers: Negotiating Status and Scope of Action — Interrelations between Slavery and Other Forms of Dependency in Early Modern Europe, deadline: January 15th, 2017

Negotiating Status and Scope of Action — Interrelations between Slavery and Other Forms of Dependency in Early Modern Europe

 

University of Bremen, June 15th-17th, 2017

 

Conference convenor: Prof. Rebekka von Mallinckrodt, University of Bremen, ERC Consolidator Grant Project “German Slavery”, mallin@uni-bremen.de

 

CFP: Seeking two panelists for MACBS on medicine and/or science

Hello,

I am seeking two panelists to form a panel on medicine and science (broadly speaking) in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Britain. My own paper deals with how physicians were viewed as different archetypes during the seventeenth century in England.

This would be for the Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies, April 1-2, 2017. Panel proposals are not due until December 15, but I would like to see if there is any interest.

CFP: Panel on Politics and Materiality in Early Modern England for MACBS

CFP: Panel on Politics and Materiality in Early Modern England for MACBS

Hello,

I am looking for two panelists to participate in a panel on politics and materiality in early modern England (widely defined) for the MACBS (Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies), which will take place at the University of Maryland from April 1-2, 2017. 

CFP: Panel on Politics and Materiality in Early Modern England for MACBS

CFP: Panel on Politics and Materiality in Early Modern England for MACBS

Hello,

I am looking for two panelists to participate in a panel on politics and materiality in early modern England (widely defined) for the MACBS (Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies), which will take place at the University of Maryland from April 1-2, 2017. 

Availability of travel grants for a British citizen speaking at an international conference in Sarajevo?

Dear H-TURK members,

I have been invited to present some original research at an international conference organised and hosted by the Oriental Institute at the University of Sarajevo, but I am struggling to find funding for the conference trip.

Unfortunately, I am currently neither a student nor a member of staff at any higher education institution, so I am not eligible for any kind of institutional funding in order to pay for my travel and accommodation expenses.

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