ARTICLE ALERT: ​​Radway, The Captive Self: The Art of Intrigue and the Holy Roman Emperor’s Resident Ambassador at the Ottoman Court in the Sixteenth Century

Robyn Dora Radway, “The Captive Self: The Art of Intrigue and the Holy Roman Emperor’s Resident Ambassador at the Ottoman Court in the Sixteenth Century,” Journal of Early Modern History 22 (2018): 475–99.

Masson on Peirce, 'Empress of the East: How a European Slave Girl Became Queen of the Ottoman Empire'

The following book review from H-War may be of interest to some H-Women list members.

Author: 

Leslie Peirce

Reviewer: 

Gemma Masson

Leslie Peirce. Empress of the East: How a European Slave Girl Became Queen of the Ottoman Empire. New York: Basic Books, 2017. 368 pp. $32.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-465-03251-8.

Symposium - Social and Cultural Life in Ottoman Anatolia (Ankara, 12-13 December 2018)

Starting from 2016, Koç University's Vehbi Koç Ankara Studies Research Center and the University of Cambridge’s Skiliter Centre for Ottoman Studies agreed to start a joint three year project on the Socio-Economic History of Anatolia in the Ottoman Period. The Project consists of three symposiums on three themes; Disease and Disaster (both man-made and natural disasters), Trade and Production and Social and Cultural Life.
 
The first symposium was held at University of Cambridge on 18-19 March 2016.

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