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Turkologentag 2018 – CfP for Panel “Going Native: Converts, Renegades and ‘New’ Ottomans”, 16th-19th century”
Turkologentag 2018, Bamberg, September 19-21, 2018 Deadline: December, 30, 2017 This panel, organized by Yavuz Köse, Petr Kučera and Tobias Völker (University of Hamburg), will examine the role of Europeans who settled in the Ottoman Empire between the 16th and … Continue reading
GTOT e.V. (Society for Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies) invites scholars from all over the world working in the fields of history, linguistics, philology, literary studies, social sciences, anthropology, and political sciences on Turkey and the Turkic World to participate … Continue reading
For the first time, the Society for Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (GTOT) is awarding junior researchers with the GTOT Prize for outstanding theses in the fields of Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish studies. For further information see: GTOT-Prize-Call_eng (pdf) GTOT-Preis-Ausschreibung_de … Continue reading
Save the Date! GTOT is excited to announce that the Turkologentag 2018 will be held in beautiful Bamberg, Germany, from September 19-21.
for the project “HerCoRe –Hermeneutic and Computer based Analysis of Reliability, Consistency and Vagueness in historical texts (illustrated through two main historical works of Dimitrie Cantemir)” The position commences on 1 May 2017 and is based in the department of … Continue reading
27-28 October 2017, Universität Hamburg, Asien-Afrika-Institut The TürkeiEuropaZentrum (TEZ) of Universität Hamburg will host a two-day academic workshop to examine new approaches to the environmental history of the Ottoman Empire and Turkey. Environmental history is an emerging field in Ottoman … Continue reading