CfP: 3rd NEHT Workshop, Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World (University of Vienna, 16-18 September 2021)

Third NEHT Workshop 2021

Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World
The Anthropocene: From Empire to Nation-States


University of Vienna
16-18 September 2021


Keynote:
John McNeill (Georgetown University)

Building the Anthropocene: A Global Environmental History of Industrialization, 1780—1920

CfP: 3rd NEHT Workshop, Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World (University of Vienna, 16-18 September 2021)

Third NEHT Workshop 2021

Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World
The Anthropocene: From Empire to Nation-States


University of Vienna
16-18 September 2021


Keynote:
John McNeill (Georgetown University)

Building the Anthropocene: A Global Environmental History of Industrialization, 1780—1920

Call for Papers: 3rd NEHT Workshop, Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World

Third NEHT Workshop 2021

Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World
The Anthropocene: From Empire to Nation-States


University of Vienna
16-18 September 2021


Keynote:
John McNeill (Georgetown University)

Building the Anthropocene: A Global Environmental History of Industrialization, 1780—1920

Article Alert: The Historical–Demographic Heritage of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires through Marriage Patterns in Serbia: The Case of Sremska Mitrovica and Šabac, 1900 to 2011

Solarević, Milica, Branislav Đurđev, Tamara Lukić, Bojan Đerčan, and Jelena Dunjić. The Historical–Demographic Heritage of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires through Marriage Patterns in Serbia: The Case of Sremska Mitrovica and Šabac, 1900 to 2011. Journal of Family History (June 2020). doi: 10.1177/0363199020928530.

Abstract

CfA: Andreas Tietze Memorial Fellowship in Turkish Studies, University of Vienna

Andreas Tietze (1914 - 2003) was a world-renowned Austrian Turcologist, who was born and educated in Vienna. He started his career at Istanbul University, where he had taken refuge from the Hitler regime from 1938 to 1958, and at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was emeritus professor of Turkish at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures from 1958 to 1971. After decades in Turkey and the United States, he finally returned to the University of Vienna in 1973 as a professor of Turcology.

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