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Bir Yaşamın İzleri – Traugott Fuchs Mirasının Kataloglanması

17 Eylül 2021 | Yazarlar: Dr. Karin Schweissgut & Melissa Sivri

Traugott Fuchs’un Orient-Institut Istanbul’daki mirasını kataloglama projesi, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi İstanbul Arşiv ve Dokümantasyon Merkezi ile iş birliği içinde, Kültürel Koruma Programının bir parçası olarak Dışişleri Bakanlığı ve Orient-Institut Istanbul fonları ile finanse edildi.

By |2021-09-17T11:59:42+03:00September 17th, 2021|Research Project|Kommentare deaktiviert für Bir Yaşamın İzleri – Traugott Fuchs Mirasının Kataloglanması

Countdown to 9/11

27 August 2021 | Author: Maurus Reinkowski

I am sitting here at my desk that the Orient-Institut Istanbul has graciously provided me with for the month of August in an attempt to pursue a project of mine from olden times, that is, to make sense of the varying nature of “peripheries” in the Ottoman Empire. As an Ottomanist teaching also Islamic Studies at my home university in Basel, Switzerland, I am particularly grateful and impressed by the fact that I was assigned a room where one can find many classics of Islamic Studies on the shelves.

By |2021-08-27T10:05:23+03:00August 27th, 2021|Essay|Kommentare deaktiviert für Countdown to 9/11

A crackling sound and the smell of burnt wood: Ottoman braziers and the Romanian countries

30 APRIL 2021 | Author: Roxana Coman

Ottoman material culture in Romania underwent significant paradigm changes with many symbolical implications during the 18th and 19th centuries, most notably if we take into consideration the westernization and nation building processes.

By |2021-05-03T13:12:16+03:00Mai 1st, 2021|Research Project|Kommentare deaktiviert für A crackling sound and the smell of burnt wood: Ottoman braziers and the Romanian countries

A German-Ottoman Scramble for Objects in ar-Raqqa. Antiquities Trade, Archaeological Looting and Museum Rivalry in the Late Ottoman Empire

23 APRIL 2021 | Author: Sebastian Willert

“Since I arrived at Halep [Aleppo] I have been seeing valuable antiquities in many houses. Telegrams I receive from Raqqa indicate that antiquity smuggling is pervasive.” In his telegram of 24 October 1910, Hüseyin Kâzım Kadrî (1870–1934) reported on the treatment of antique objects and ancient remains in the region which constituted Halep Vilâyeti (Vilâyet Aleppo).

By |2021-04-23T14:51:30+03:00April 23rd, 2021|Research Project|Kommentare deaktiviert für A German-Ottoman Scramble for Objects in ar-Raqqa. Antiquities Trade, Archaeological Looting and Museum Rivalry in the Late Ottoman Empire

Historical Resonances of Nichori

9 APRİL 2021 | Author: Salih Demirtaş

Studies on ocularcentric aspects of visual culture in modernity cover broad epistemological areas that focus on priority to the eyesight over other senses; in other words, a vision-oriented construction of knowledge, truth and reality. As part of anti-ocularcentric discourses across the social sciences including multisensory research methods, listening sounds of our environment through soundwalks could also develop distinctive creative sensitivities in relation with the subjects and the methodologies of our research areas.

By |2021-05-13T17:34:18+03:00April 8th, 2021|Research Project|Kommentare deaktiviert für Historical Resonances of Nichori

Fighting under the same banner: Memories from the Ottoman theater of the Great War

26 March 2021 | Authors: Richard Wittmann & Yaşar Tolga Cora

What did it mean to individuals of different ethnic and religious backgrounds to participate in World War I under the Ottoman crescent and star banner? Focusing on a wide array of autobiographical sources including memoirs, letters, diaries, and non-textual forms of life narrative left by the multi-ethnic and multilingual Ottoman soldiers and civilians who aided the war effort, we organized the conference “Fighting Under the Same Banner: Memories from the Ottoman Theater of the Great War” (Istanbul, September 6-8, 2019).

By |2021-03-27T12:21:56+03:00März 27th, 2021|Publication|Kommentare deaktiviert für Fighting under the same banner: Memories from the Ottoman theater of the Great War

Between Tradition and Innovation: The Young Generation of Iranian Composers in the Digital Era

5 March 2021 | Author and producer of podcast: Dr. des. Kamyar Nematollahy

Iranian classical music is heir to an ancient tradition that was historically connected to the court and other institutions of power. This music was once based on the Maghām system, but as a result of formal changes and transmutations, is currently based on Dastgāh and thus is largely called Dastgāhi music.

By |2021-03-05T08:54:54+03:00März 5th, 2021|Podcast|Kommentare deaktiviert für Between Tradition and Innovation: The Young Generation of Iranian Composers in the Digital Era

CMO Brings Together Music Editors of the Hampartsum Notation in a Virtual Event

29 January 2021 | Author: Nevin Şahin

The long-term project Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae, after having initiated the online publication platform www.corpus-musicae-ottomanicae.de in 2018, is now happy to publish the pre-prints of the first music and text editions of the project on music sources in the Hampartsum notation.

By |2021-01-29T11:22:23+03:00Januar 29th, 2021|Workshop|Kommentare deaktiviert für CMO Brings Together Music Editors of the Hampartsum Notation in a Virtual Event

Newsletter 02/2020 ist erschienen

15. Januar 2021 | Autor*innen: OII Öffentlichkeitsarbeit

Aktuelle Berichte aus den Forschungsfeldern, Informationen zu Neuerscheinungen in unseren Publikationsreihen, Projektbeschreibungen unserer Stipendiat*innen sowie Ankündigungen unserer wissenschaftlichen (Online-)Veranstaltungen geben einen Einblick in das abwechslungsreiche Leben und Arbeiten am Orient-Institut.

By |2021-01-26T22:17:28+03:00Januar 15th, 2021|Current Events, OII Newsletter|Kommentare deaktiviert für Newsletter 02/2020 ist erschienen

Fortuities of an online search and the complexities of Ottoman feminism

4 December 2020 | Author: Gülşah Torunoğlu

In a less than a week Hülya Adak, Richard Wittmann and I will be holding a virtual workshop on „Mapping Gender in the Near East: What’s New and What’s Ahead in Ottoman and Turkish Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.“ Like many fortunate forms of academic cooperation, the enthusiasm and commitment of several key scholars has resulted in a broader collaborative, international and interdisciplinary academic event, bringing together more than 30 scholars from nine countries, including Turkey, Germany, the United States, the Czech Republic, France, the United Kingdom, Lebanon, Greece, and the Netherlands to exchange their views on gender in the Near East.

By |2020-12-05T15:03:56+03:00Dezember 5th, 2020|Workshop|Kommentare deaktiviert für Fortuities of an online search and the complexities of Ottoman feminism
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