Museum Lectures

“A Code(x) of His Own: Deacon Mikayēl, Armeno-Turkish, and Creative Conventions of ‘Collecting’ in Seventeenth-Century Kaffa”

Department of History cordially invites you to the Museum Lecture titled “A Code(x) of His Own: Deacon Mikayēl, Armeno-Turkish, and Creative Conventions of ‘Collecting’ in Seventeenth-Century Kaffa” by Rachel Goshgarian. The lecture will be held online via Zoom on March 2, 2022, at 18:00. You may attend the lecture by the following link:

https://bit.ly/35muwQ8

Passcode: 910918

 

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Film Screening "Croatians on the Bosphorus"

 

You are cordially invited to a film screening organized by our department on Thursday, 24 February 2022 at 17.30. The event will take place in TB 310, South Campus.

The film is a documentary about the Croatian Levantine community in Ottoman Istanbul. We are joined by Dr. Vjeran Kursar - the co-writer of the documentary as well as the writer of a scholarly book on the same subject, published only recently by ISIS Press - as the discussant.

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Nostalgic Refractions: Ottoman Afterlives in the Balkan Cityscape

Department of History cordially invites you to the upcoming Museum Lecture titled “Nostalgic Refractions: Ottoman Afterlives in the Balkan Cityscape” by Miloš Jovanović, with the participation of Arzu Öztürkmen as discussant. The lecture will be held online via Zoom on January 11, 2022, at 20:00. You may attend the lecture by the following link:

https://bit.ly/3e7kQtF

(Passcode: 001657)

 

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Protection Against the Evil Eye? Votive Offerings on Armenian Manuscript Bindings

Department of History cordially invites you to the upcoming Museum Lecture by Dr. Sylvie Merian titled "Protection Against the Evil Eye? Votive Offerings on Armenian Manuscript Bindings" which will be held online via Zoom on January 4, 2022, at 17.00.

You may attend the lecture via the following link: https://bit.ly/3lgk5CL (Passcode: 661668)

 

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POSTPONED-Italian as a lingua franca in the Ottoman Empire: From Levant Italian to Dragomans

Department of History cordially invites you to the Museum Lecture by Bora Avşar, titled "Italian as a lingua franca in the Ottoman Empire: From Levant Italian to Dragomans" on November 25, 2021, at 17.00. The lecture will be streamed live. You may attend the lecture via https://bit.ly/3bOiVcr
(Passcode: 337464)

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Local Landscapes and Silk Road Worlds: Excavations in Medieval Armenia

Department of History cordially invites you to the Museum Lecture by Kate Franklin, titled "Local Landscapes and Silk Road Worlds: Excavations in Medieval Armenia" on November 23rd, 2021, at 17.00. The lecture will be streamed live via Zoom. You may attend the lecture by clicking https://bit.ly/3oegNjV (Passcode: 634196)

 

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