New Book Announcement Ottoman Inscrıptıons ın Northern Black Sea Countrıes


Tütüncü, Mehmet. Karadeniz kuzeyinde osmanli kitabeleri : Ukrayna, Moldova, Rusya,Gürcistan, Litvanya. - Heemstede : SOTA, <2020>. 300 pages ; 24 cm (Corpus ofTurkish Islamic inscriptions ; Nr. 19). (paperback)

ISBN: 978-90-6921-023-0

19th volume of Corpus of Turkish Islamic Inscriptions series is devoted to the Inscriptions along the Nothern part of Black Sea Regions. The include Ukrainian territories (excluding Crimea, because abundance of Crimean Inscriptions needs a separate volume) Russia,Georgia, Moldavia and also from  Lithuania.

Announcement Book Publication: The Ottoman Army and the First World War

Dear Colleagues, 

I'm very happy to announce the publication of my book "The Ottoman Army and the First World War" by Routledge. You can take a look at table of contents and some chapters from the link below.

Online Journal (Open Access): YILLIK: Annual of Istanbul Studies 2 (2020)

The second volume of YILLIK: Annual of Istanbul Studies, Istanbul Research Institute's peer-reviewed and open access journal is now online

The peer-reviewed articles of YILLIK: Annual of Istanbul Studies 2 (2020) include works from the fields of history of medicine and pandemics, architectural history and conservation, historiography and history of science.

Aptullah Kuran Memorial Lecture by Engin Deniz Akarlı (December 03, 2020, Boğaziçi University)

The Aptullah Kuran Memorial Lecture is an annual event organized jointly by the Boğaziçi University President’s Office and the Department of History. Professor Aptullah Kuran (1927-2002), one of the leading historians of Medieval Anatolian and Ottoman architecture, was president of Boğaziçi University from 1971 to 1979, following the nationalization of Robert College, and the founding chair of the Department of History. Every year, the department honors the memory of Professor Kuran by inviting a distinguished scholar to offer a public lecture.

The Haifa Center for Mediterranean History -- 2019/20 Newsletter

Dear all,

The Haifa Center for Mediterranean History (HCMH) is pleased to share its newsletter for 2019-2020.

You are kindly invited to catch up on our past and future activities and to get to know our researchers.


Occult beliefs and practices in the Ottoman Empire before the Tanzimat: Call for a post-doctoral fellowship, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Rethymno, Greece

The Institute for Mediterranean Studies is recruiting a post-doctoral researcher for the ERC Consolidator Grant 2017 project titled “GHOST: Geographies and Histories of the Ottoman Supernatural Tradition: Exploring Magic, the Marvellous, and the Strange in Ottoman Mentalities” (Action number: 771766), funded by the European Research Council and led by Dr. Marinos Sariyannis.

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