Museum Lectures

The Role of Ideology in the Conscription of Christians in the Ottoman Empire

You are cordially invited to the upcoming Museum Lecture titled 'The Role of Ideology in the Conscription of Christians in the Ottoman Empire' by Ohannes Kılıçdağı.

The lecture will take place on 26 May at 18:00 (GMT +3), and will be streamed live via Zoom.

You can reach the Zoom link via https://bit.ly/3L3m4o1 (Passcode: 100876)

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Between the Plains and the Mountains: The Albanian-Armenian Marches after Alp-Arslan

Department of History cordially invites you to the upcoming Museum Lecture titled Between the Plains and the Mountains: The Albanian-Armenian Marches after Alp-Arslan" by Igor Dorfmann-Lazarev.

The lecture will take place online on May 11 at 18:00.

The Zoom link is as follows: https://bit.ly/3sfPaKa

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Ołb and the City: Middle Armenian Poetry & Lamentations for the City

Department of History cordially invites you to the upcoming Museum Lecture titled 'Olb and the City: Middle Armenian Poetry & Lamentations for the City' by Tamar M. Boyadjian. The lecture will be held online via Zoom on April 27, 2022, at 18.00.

You may attend the lecture via the following link: https://bit.ly/372nhOr
(Passcode: 927002)

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Bankers of the Pasha: Jewish Sarrafs in the 19th-century Baghdad

You are cordially invited to the upcoming Museum Lecture titled 'Bankers of the Pasha: Jewish sarrafs in 19th-century Baghdad' by Ebubekir Ceylan.

The lecture will take place on April 14, 2022 at 17:00.

The lecture will take place at Nafi Baba Building 103 and will also be streamed live via Zoom. You may attend via https://bit.ly/3uWEDUM (Passcode: 364903)

If you wish to physically attend the lecture please contact butarihbolumu@gmail.com

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Portrait of a Perso-Ottoman Intellectual at the 'Edge' of Empire: Hüseyin Daniş

Department of History cordially invites you to the upcoming Museum
Lecture titled “Portrait of a Perso-Ottoman Intellectual at the 'Edge'
of Empire: Hüseyin Daniş” by Tanya Elal Lawrence, with the participation
of Sabri Ateş as discussant. The lecture will be held online via Zoom on
March 3, 2022, at 18.00. You may attend the lecture via the

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