Turkish and Ottoman Studies

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The Turkish and Ottoman Studies Program at UC Berkeley is an interdisciplinary research group focused on the Ottoman Empire, its dissolution, and its legacy in the modern Middle East.  

Events:

Western Ottomanists Workshop (WOW): Annual meeting for graduate students and faculty in Ottoman/Turkish studies. 2016
 
Berkeley Ottoman Workshop: 2-week intensive summer program in Crete.  2017
 
Turkish and Ottoman Studies Lecture Series: Mustafa Aksakal (Georgetown); Aimee Genell (West Georgia State); Adam Mestyan (Duke); Mana Kia (Columbia); James Gelvin; Ussama Makdisi (Rice/Berkeley); Jane Hathaway (Ohio State); Baki Tezcan (UC Davis)
 
Ottoman language courses
 
Upcoming Events:
 
Graduate student workshop (February 2020): Turning Points: The Middle East and Balkans (1918-1923) [forthcoming]
 
Summer school on pluralism and the Turkish/Ottoman legacy in the Eastern Mediterranean [forthcoming]
 
Lectures and workshops on the post WWII peace agreements
 
People:
 
Christine Philliou, (Associate Professor of History, CMES Senior Research Scholar, and Director of TOS Program)
Deniz Gokturk (Chair of the Department of German)
Cihan Tugal (Professor of Sociology; CMES Senior Research Scholar)
Jason Vivrette (Turkish Language Lecturer; CMES Senior Research Scholar)
Karen Barkey (Professor of Sociology/Haas Institute; CMES Senior Research Scholar)
Ussama Makdisi (Professor of History)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Center for Middle Eastern Studies
University of California, Berkeley
340 Stephens Hall, Berkeley, CA  94720-2314
510.642.8208
cmes@berkeley.edu

 
 

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