Ph.D., 1995 Istanbul University

The image: Understanding change and continuity through the image; Specifically the Turkish image in European visual culture; Sign and Symbol in Christian art; The concepts of modernism, modernity and modern art; The German émigré scholars in Turkey


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Ph.D., 1985, London University 

Early Modern European History with an interdisciplinary approach. Especially early modern French political culture, its intellectual and cultural history. Louis XIV, state formation, crisis, popular culture, Enlightenment, The French Revolution. 

Ph.D., 2008, Harvard University

Middle Byzantine social and economic history; Early Islamic social and economic history; Commercial history of the medieval Mediterranean; Byzantine-Arab relations; Geographical imagination in the early Middle Ages; History of materia medica

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Ph.D., 1989, Provence University

Late Ottoman Social and Economic History; Intellectual Biographies; History of Archaeology

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Ph.D., 2000 Harvard University

Late Ottoman Cultural History; Theory and History of Visual Culture; Historiography of Art History in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey; History of Photography

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Ph.D., 1995 University of Naples

Architecture and urbanism of the Eastern Mediterranean (XVIII-XX Centuries); Visual representations of identity; European presence in the Late Ottoman empire

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Ph.D., 2011, SOAS, University of London

Social and economic history; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); spatial history; environmental and climate history; the Mediterranean world

Nicole Immig

Ph.D. 2013, Humboldt University of Berlin

History of Migrations, History of Media and Communication in the Balkans,

World War One, Memory and Heritage Studies

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Ph.D., 1996 Harvard University

Urban, architectural and visual culture of the Ottoman world, 1400-1700; spatiality and urban imagination; urban waterscapes; vernacular architecture and residential patterns; Mediterranean cartography


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Ph.D., 2010, EHESS-Paris

Late Ottoman social history; history of police, social control and violence;  urban history, history of Istanbul; Latin language and literature

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Ph.D., 1990 Harvard University

Late Byzantine social and economic history; Byzantine-Ottoman relations; social topography of late Byzantine Constantinople; history of medieval Anatolia.


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Ph.D., 1993 University of Pennsylvania

Oral History; Folklore, History of Performing Arts; Historical Ethnography


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Ph.D., 1991 Bryn Mawr College

Anatolian and Greater Mesopotamian Archaeology, Art History and Ancient History; Eastern Mediterranean Cultural Exchange; Writing and Imagery in Ancient Anatolia; Historical Landscapes, Sacred Landscapes; Monuments of Memory; Hittite Studies; Luwian Studies; Hurrian Studies; Cilician Studies 


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Ph.D., 2000 Harvard University

Visual and literary cultures of the medieval Persianate world; figural representation in medieval Islamic art; production and perception of objects in medieval Islamic societies; ceramic production in the medieval Islamic world; Islamic architecture in medieval Anatolia (1100-1400)


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Ph.D., 2001, University of Pennsylvania 

Ancient Greek history and classical archaeology; ancient Greek religion and epigraphy; ancient Athens, democracy, identity, and memory.

Ph.D., 2003 Birkbeck College, University of London

Economic History of Europe and the Middle East; 19th Century Ottoman History (Landed and Urban Property, Crime and Punishment, Law and Legal Institutions)

yucel.terzibasoglu [at] boun.edu.tr

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Ph.D., 1999 Harvard University

Ottoman cultural and intellectual history, 1400-1700; comparative history of early modern piety; sufism and politics; practices of reading and writing; conceptions of the self and self-writing.


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Ph.D., 2001 State University of New York, Binghamton.

Ottoman Economic History, Historiography, Ottoman Social History, History of Economic Thought, Modern South Asian History and Middle Eastern History.

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Ph.D., 2009 Art and Archeology of the Mediterranean World Graduate Group, University of Pennsylvania. 

Archaeology of Anatolian, Aegean, Mesopotamian, and Iranian Prehistory; Interactions and Trade in Ancient Eastern Mediterranean; Technology and Society.

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Ph.D., 2007, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes

Byzantine Art History and Archaeology