(2005) 'Conference : « Representations of Ottoman Imperial Space: Maps, Texts, Historiographies ». Center for International and Comparative Studies & Department of History, Northwestern University. March 4 ? 5th, 2005.', European Journal of Turkish Studies, archives , Archives, URL : http://www.ejts.org/document303.html
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Conference : « Representations of Ottoman Imperial Space: Maps, Texts, Historiographies ». Center for International and Comparative Studies & Department of History, Northwestern University. March 4 ? 5th, 2005.
Friday, March 4, 2005, 4:30-5:00, Reception
5:00-5:20: Opening remarks, Fariba Zarinebaf & Andrew Wachtel ,
5:30-6:00, Palmira Brummett, University of Tennessee (History): The
Turk's Head: The Edge of Europe and Ottoman Sovereignty in Early Modern
6:00- 6:30 Ariel Salzmann, Queens University (History), Frontiers of
Sovereignty: The Ottoman Empire and Neighboring States in West Asia
According to an Eighteenth Century Ottoman Map.
Saturday, March 5, 8:30-9:15, Continental breakfast
9:15: Welcome: Fariba Zarinebaf
Chair: Carl Petry, Northwestern University
9:30-10:00, Robert Dankoff, University of Chicago, Near Eastern Languages
and Civilizations, The Ottoman Empire seen through Evliya Çelebi's
10:00- 10:30, Dana Sajdi, Concordia University (Montreal), In Other
Worlds: the Geographies of Chroniclers in the 18th Century Ottoman Levant
Afternoon Session: Methodologies in Ottoman Studies: A Re-evaluation
Chair: Linda Darling
1:30- 2:00, Jack Davis (University of Cincinnati) & John Bennet
(University of Sheffield), Archaeology and Ottoman Studies in Greece.
2:00--2:30, Donald Whitcomb, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago,
Ottoman Archaeology in the Persian Gulf Region.
2:30-4:30, Round-table discussion chaired by Dan Goffman
4:30-4:45, Conclusion and final remarks, Fariba Zarinebaf
Location: Harris Hall, Room 108, 1881 Sheridan Road
Northwestern University (Evanston Campus).
For more information, please contact Fariba Zarinebaf at (847) 491-8914
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies
University of Chicago
Pick Hall, Room 201