AKMI Workshop
Di 28 Mär 2006 | 10:00–18:00

Social History of the Near East during the Ottoman Period

Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Kirchweg 33, 14129 Berlin

Please find the announcement of the workshop here

This workshop is conceived as an informal conversation on historiographical problems and open questions related to the social History of the Near East during the Ottoman Period. The workshop is moderated by Nora La fi (ZMO). The discussion is based on a number of presentations of ongoing work by the following scholars:

Nora Lafi (ZMO), Autonomy, Cosmopolitanism, and Modernization in Ottoman Municipalities
Beshara Doumani (University of California), Writing a Social History of Palestinians
Malik Sharif (Bonn), A Social History of the Medical Profession in 19th Century Beirut
Ilham Khoury-Makdissi (AKMI), Historiography of Migration in the Eastern Mediterranean in the 19th and 20th Century

Further participants:

Johann Büssow
(FU Berlin)
Abdallah Chanfi (ZMO)
Beshara Doumani (University of California) Dyala Hamza (ZMO)
Hani Hanafi (AKMI)
Ulrike Freitag (ZMO)
Ilham Khoury-Makdisi (AKMI)
Gudrun Krämer (FU Berlin)
Abdallah Lahr maid (AKMI)
Katharina Lange (ZMO)
Bettina Dennerlein (ZMO, HU Berlin)
Malik Sharif (Bonn)

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