Posts Tagged ‘history’

Teaching in the streets of Istanbul

Posted on April 1st, 2012 by Med Studies Staff

15 Stanford students participated in the 2012 Bing Overseas Seminar in Istanbul to explore a city caught between a glorious past and a global future.

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Cemal Kafadar: Is There A New Ottoman History? A New Ottoman Politics? Are They Partners?

Posted on December 1st, 2011 by Med Studies Staff

February 28, 2012, 6:00PM, Stanford Humanities Center (Open only to Stanford Affiliates. RSVP ) The Ethnic Minorities, Religious Communities, Rights and Democracy in the Modern Middle East and Central Asia Workshop Series Cemal Kafadar (Harvard University), “Is There A New Ottoman History? A New Ottoman Politics? Are They Partners?” Cemal Kafadar is Vehbi Koc Professor […]

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Population Exchanges in the Modern Era

Posted on December 1st, 2011 by Med Studies Staff

February 8, 2012, 5:00 PM, Humanities Center – Levinthal Hall A Roundtable Discussion with Matthew Frank (Leeds University) and Catherine Gousseff (CNRS) The roundtable engages the causes, courses and consequences of the policy of mass population exchanges that have shaped the political and ethnographic boundaries of modern Eurasia. Session will be moderated by Norman Naimark […]

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