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2011年11月 5日 (土)

国際会議「オスマン帝国におけるアジアとヨーロッパの交差」

ドイツ、ハイデルベルクで来週行われる国際会議です。秋葉さんから情報をお寄せいただきました。
Asia and Europe in Global Contextという大きなプロジェクトのサブプロジェクト
”Dynamic Asymmetries in Transcultural Flows at the Intersection of Asia and Europe: The Case of the Early Modern Ottoman Empire” (Michael Ursinus, Thomas Maissen)が母体のようです。

Well-Connected Domains. Intersections of Asia and Europe in the Ottoman Empire

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME:

Thursday, 10 November 2011

09:30-10:40
PANEL 1: PERCEPTIONS
Chair: WILLIAM O'REILLY (University of Cambridge)
* GÁBOR KÁRMÁN (University of Leipzig): Turks reconsidered: Jakab Nagy 
de Harsány's changing image of the Ottoman
* HENNING SIEVERT (University of Bonn): Post-Safavid Iran and Habsburg 
Austria as seen by Ottoman diplomats

11:00-12:45
PANEL 2: LEGAL IDENTITIES
Chair: EYAL GINIO (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
* NUR SOBERS KHAN (University of Cambridge): Identity formation and 
legal categories of ethnicity (cins) in early modern Ottoman Istanbul
* CHRISTIAN ROTH (Heidelberg University): Aspects of juridical 
integration of non-Muslims in the Ottoman Empire: Observations in the 
18th century urban and rural Aegean
* AYLİN BESİRYAN (European University Institute, Florence): The 
transcultural dimension of the Ottoman constitution

13:45-15:30
PANEL 3: MODERNISATION
Chair: FELIX KONRAD (University of Kiel)
* GÜLAY TULASOĞLU (Heidelberg University): A British consul and local 
reforms in pre-Tanzimat Ottoman Salonica
* SOTIRIOS DIMITRIADIS (University of London): Transforming a late 
Ottoman port-city: Salonica, 1876-1912
* ŞEYDA BAŞLI (Mardin Artukulu University): The birth of the Ottoman 
novel beyond cultural and literary borders

16:15-17:45
Keynote Lecture
SURAIYA FAROQHI (İstanbul Bilgi University) : Trading between East and 
West: The Ottoman Empire of the early modern period

Friday, 11 November, 2011

09:30-10:40
PANEL 4: HERITAGE
Chair: MICHAEL URSINUS (Heidelberg University)
* KALLIOPE PAVLI (Panteion University, Athens): Constructing myths: 
Ottomans vs. Greek ancient monuments
* PATRIZIA KERN (Heidelberg University): Neo-Ottomanism and museum space:
 Two case studies from Istanbul

11:00-12:45
PANEL 5: MARITIME TRADES
Chair: SURAIYA FAROQHI (İstanbul Bilgi University)
* VIOREL PANAITE (University of Bucharest): Diplomatic and commercial 
linkages between the Ottoman Empire and Western Europe: A case study: 
French capitulations and consular jurisdiction in the Eastern 
Mediterranean in the late-sixteenth and early-seventeenth centuries
* JOSHUA WHITE (University of Michigan): An international incident: 
Piracy and diplomacy in a seventeenth-century Ottoman Mediterranean port
* MICHAEL TALBOT (University of London): Defining maritime 
territoriality: British privateers and Ottoman privateer lines, c. 1690-
c. 1790

13:45-15:30
PANEL 6: FRONTIERS
Chair: LINDA DARLING (University of Arizona)
* MAXIMILIAN HARTMUTH (independent scholar, İstanbul): Toward a cultural 
topography of violence on the Ottoman-Habsburg frontier
* ANTONIS HADJIKYRIACOU & DAPHNE LAPPA (Association for Historical 
Dialogue and Research, Nicosia): Exploring the conceptual boundaries of 
the concept of fluidity: Early modern 'contact zones' in the Adriatic 
and the Eastern Mediterranean
* MORITZ DEUTSCHMANN (European University Institute, Florence): 
Christianity and the Russo-Iranian-Ottoman encounter in the Iranian 
province of Azerbajdzhan in the nineteenth century

16:00-17:10
PANEL 7: NETWORKS
Chair: HÜLYA CANBAKAL (Sabancı University, İstanbul)
* TOBIAS GRAF (Heidelberg University): Renegades in the Ottoman Empire 
and their networks, c. 1580-1610: Some reflections
* DOROTHE SOMMER (University of Sheffield): Freemasonry, 
interconfessional sociability, and the promotion of a new Syrian self-
perception, c. 1860-1908

17:30-18:40
PANEL 8: STATECRAFT
Chair: ANTJE FLÜCHTER (Heidelberg University)
* KAY JANKRIFT (University of Augsburg): The Ottoman hub: Jewish 
advisors and Western diplomats at the sultan's court in the 16th century
* LINDA DARLING (University of Arizona): Advice literature as a 
transcultural phenomenon

Saturday, 12 November, 2011

09:30-10:40
PANEL 9: REBELLIONS
Chair: MARKUS KOLLER (University of Bochum)
* HÜLYA CANBAKAL (Sabancı University, İstanbul): The Age of Revolution 
in the Ottoman Empire: A provincial perspective
* FELIX KONRAD (Kiel University): "Erâzil" and "canaille": Ottoman and 
European perceptions of social unrest in the Patrona Halil rebellion of 
1730

11:00-12:10
PANEL 10: FRENCH REVOLUTION
Chair: THOMAS MAISSEN (Heidelberg University)
* PASCAL FIRGES (Heidelberg University): The French Revolution in 
Istanbul, 1793-1795
* HİMMET TAŞKÖMÜR (Harvard University): From great sedition to great 
revolution: Ottoman responses to the French Revolution



サイトは
http://www.well-connected.uni-hd.de/
です。

 

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