Rethinking the Long 19th Century in the Ottoman Empire

Call for Papers

Graduate Workshop in Ottoman Studies at the University of Oxford, May 11, 2013

The Ottoman Studies Group at Oxford (OSGO), in cooperation with Ertegun House and the Middle East Center (MEC) at St. Antony’s College, is organizing a one-day graduate workshop in Ottoman Studies at the University of Oxford on May 11th, 2013. This one-day workshop aims to provide a forum for graduate students who focus on the Ottoman Empire from the late 18th to the early 20th century to present their research, exchange ideas and develop scholarly networks. Keynote speaker Professor Benjamin Fortna will open the workings of this workshop.

We invite applications by all graduate students, who work in the humanities and social sciences. We particularly welcome applications that explore new approaches to Ottoman Studies in the following themes:

– Policies and reforms
– Global transference of knowledge / intellectual history
– Identity (ethnic, religious, gender, etc.)
– Culture

Presentations should be approximately 15 minutes.

Please send your proposal (max. 300 words) for a paper along with your CV to, stating your university, department, degree you are studying for, the year you are in and contact details in your e-mail message.

The deadline for submitting an abstract is Friday, March 8th, 2013.

Notifications of acceptance will be sent out within three weeks of the abstract submission deadline.

The exact programme of the workshop will be announced by April 12th, 2013.

For additional information, please, contact us at

Location: Ertegun House
St. Giles 37A



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Iris Seri-Hersch (2013, 2 février). Rethinking the Long 19th Century in the Ottoman Empire. Les carnets de l'IREMAM. Consulté le 21 mai 2024, à l’adresse

Iris Seri-Hersch

Iris Seri-Hersch est Maître de conférences en histoire contemporaine du monde arabe au Département d'études moyen-orientales, Aix-Marseille Université et chercheuse à l'IREMAM à Aix-en-Provence, France. Ses travaux portent sur l'histoire contemporaine du Soudan et de l'espace israélo-palestinien. Elle s'intéresse aux problématiques coloniales et impériales, aux questions éducatives, aux pratiques historiographiques, aux mémoires sociales et aux processus d'appropriation spatiale sur ces terrains en conflit.

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