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Madison Association of Turkish Students invites you to the first talk of spring 2017 Talk Series "Writing the Ottomans onto the World Map" by Virginia H. Aksan Emeritus Professor of History, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.
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This talk will concentrate on new approaches to the study of the Ottoman Empire and Republican Turkey as reflected in research agendas such as trans-cultural, or inter-imperial history; emphasizing specifically the rewards and pitfalls of writing comparative global history.
Virginia H. Aksan’s research focuses on comparative war and society, especially Ottoman, Austrian & Russian, 18th-mid-19th centuries, including the study of frontiers, the exchange of ideas and technology, and the role of the intermediaries, eastern and western, in the discussion and perception of governance and reform. Her books include “An Ottoman Statesman in War and Peace”, “Ottomans and Europeans: Contacts and Conflicts” and “Ottoman Wars 1700-1870: An Empire Besieged.”
Place: Union South Room (TBA, Check TITU Board)
Time: 5-7 pm
*The Center for Turkish Studies is our co-sponsor in this event.
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