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Foster 18th century Africa Alevis Anatolia Archival Documents British Colonialism British Mandate Childhood Christians Citizenship Economy Empire Film France French Mandate Habsburg Empire India Kalliopi Amygdalou Linguistics Michael Polczynski Plague Sectarianism Soundscapes Trade Ufuk Adak Venice Young Turks 16th Century Abdul Rahman Latif Aleppo Anthropology Arabic Literature Archaeology Archives Art History Biography Black Sea Book History Capitalism Court Records Development Dorothee Kellou Drugs Eastern Europe Ella Fratantuono Elçin Arabacı Emigration Foreign Policy Go-Betweens Greek Kahraman Şakul Kurdish Latin America Maryam Patton Miners Missionaries North Africa Painting Photography Prostitution Public Space Reading Reem Bailony Republican Turkey Russia Sovereignty Spain Sultans Tunisia Zionism 21st Century Ahmet Ersoy Algerian War Andreas Guidi Arianne Urus Atlantic Books Bureaucracy Caliphate China Christianity Cinema Climate Committee of Union and Progress Communism Conscription Constitution Crime Cyprus Daniel Pontillo Deportation Diaspora Dragomans Edna Bonhomme Europe Factions Famine Feminism Foucault Germany Güneş Işıksel Hajj Huma Gupta Immigration Industrialization International Relations Izmir Karamanlıs Keith Watenpaugh Language Mahjar Manuscripts Medieval Islam Nazan Maksudyan Nilay Özlü Nina Ergin Oscar Aguirre-Mandujano Osman Hamdi Bey Ottoman Diaspora Pera Philosophy Pilgrimage Podcasting Poland Popular Culture Port Cities Printing Property Psychoanalysis Qur'an Safavids Salonica Science Secularism Settlement Soviet Union Swahili Coast Taylor Moore The Caucasus The Vault Time Timur Hammond Tout/MO Transportation Turkçe U.S. Imperialism Water français Abdülhamid II Adana Adnan Menderes Akram Khater Alan Mikhail Alissa Walter Alma Heckman American University in Beirut Animals Arthur Asseraf Austrians Avner Wishnitzer Baths Beirut Bernt Brendemoen Beyoğlu Bible Borderlands British Bulgaria Calligraphy Capitulations Cartography Cem Behar Censorship Centralization Charity Circulation Clocks Cloves Cognition Cold War Commercial Law Cosmopolitanism Crete Crimea DOAP Dana Sajdi Democracy Deniz Türker Devin Naar Didem Havlioğlu Digital Humanities Eastern Anatolia Elias Muhanna Elyse Semerdjian Emily Pope-Obeda Enlightenment Environment Erin Hutchinson Faisal Husain Family History Folklore French Freud Galata Gardens Genetics Great Depression Great Syrian Revolt Gwen Collaço Hamams Harika Zöhre Humanitarianism Hungary Images Immigrants Imperial Harem Irvin Cemil Schick Islands Ismailis Işın Taylan Jeffery Dyer Jordan Komitas Vardapet League of Nations Lerna Ekmekçioğlu Liat Kozma Literacy Little Ice Age Local Autonomy Louis Fishman Mahalle Malaria Mamluk Mamluks Maria Blackwood Mehmed Ali Memory Merchants Michael Ferguson Middle Class Minorities Modern Middle East Money Mongol Mosque Mosul Murat Yıldız Museums Nahda Narcotics Neighborhoods New York Nora Lessersohn Novels Nurçin İleri Nükhet Varlık Oman Orhan Pamuk Orphans Ottoman Decline Ottoman Legacy Pastoralism Peasants Petitions Piracy Portugal Prisoners of War Prisons Protests Refugees Report Resettlement Revolution Romania Saghar Sadeghian Sarah Stein Seas Sects Serbia Serkan Şavk Smuggling Soha El Achi Sotiris Dimitriadis Spectacle Spies Study Sounds Taxes Torrie Hester Trabzon Tribes Turkish Language Turkish Literature Vangelis Kechriotis Vedica Kant Villages WWI War Yahya Araz Zeinab Azarbadegan Zeinab Azerbadegan Zeynep Türkyılmaz al-Andalus interwar legal history stambouline Özde Çeliktemel-Thomen 1920s A. 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The Visual Past

Chris Gratien Nir Shafir The Visual Past Susanna Ferguson Ottoman Empire STSseries Gender Series Best of 2016 List Emrah Safa Gürkan Istanbul Politics Türkçe Egypt Shireen Hamza Urban History Nationalism Syria Architecture History of Science Palestine Best of 2017 List Lebanon tajine Gender LawSeries Law Migration Sam Dolbee Seçil Yılmaz Diplomacy Islam Mediterranean World War I Algeria Israel Religion Armenians Matthew Ghazarian 20th Century Intellectual History Iraq Modern Turkey Translation Art Greece Literature Nicholas Danforth Education Emily Neumeier Environmental History French Colonialism Graham Pitts Historiography Michael Talbot Women Zoe Griffith Graham Cornwell Morocco Race Social History United States 19th Century Armenian Genocide Articles Colonialism Disease Early Modern Europe Imperialism Labor Medieval Sex Slavery Taylan Güngör Turkey Agriculture Global History Medicine Modernity Music Poetry South Asia Sufism Aurelie Perrier Balkans Culture Early Modern Ecology Greeks History of Medicine Indian Ocean Middle East Military History Russian Empire Tanzimat Tozsuz Evrak 17th century Arab Provinces Arabic Conversion Food History Geography Identity Iran Islamic Law Jews Maps Modernization Orientalism Polina Ivanova Political Economy Sources Technology Travel Zachary J. Foster 18th century Africa Alevis Anatolia Archival Documents British Colonialism British Mandate Childhood Christians Citizenship Economy Empire Film France French Mandate Habsburg Empire India Kalliopi Amygdalou Linguistics Michael Polczynski Plague Sectarianism Soundscapes Trade Ufuk Adak Venice Young Turks 16th Century Abdul Rahman Latif Aleppo Anthropology Arabic Literature Archaeology Archives Art History Biography Black Sea Book History Capitalism Court Records Development Dorothee Kellou Drugs Eastern Europe Ella Fratantuono Elçin Arabacı Emigration Foreign Policy Go-Betweens Greek Kahraman Şakul Kurdish Latin America Maryam Patton Miners Missionaries North Africa Painting Photography Prostitution Public Space Reading Reem Bailony Republican Turkey Russia Sovereignty Spain Sultans Tunisia Zionism 21st Century Ahmet Ersoy Algerian War Andreas Guidi Arianne Urus Atlantic Books Bureaucracy Caliphate China Christianity Cinema Climate Committee of Union and Progress Communism Conscription Constitution Crime Cyprus Daniel Pontillo Deportation Diaspora Dragomans Edna Bonhomme Europe Factions Famine Feminism Foucault Germany Güneş Işıksel Hajj Huma Gupta Immigration Industrialization International Relations Izmir Karamanlıs Keith Watenpaugh Language Mahjar Manuscripts Medieval Islam Nazan Maksudyan Nilay Özlü Nina Ergin Oscar Aguirre-Mandujano Osman Hamdi Bey Ottoman Diaspora Pera Philosophy Pilgrimage Podcasting Poland Popular Culture Port Cities Printing Property Psychoanalysis Qur'an Safavids Salonica Science Secularism Settlement Soviet Union Swahili Coast Taylor Moore The Caucasus The Vault Time Timur Hammond Tout/MO Transportation Turkçe U.S. Imperialism Water français Abdülhamid II Adana Adnan Menderes Akram Khater Alan Mikhail Alissa Walter Alma Heckman American University in Beirut Animals Arthur Asseraf Austrians Avner Wishnitzer Baths Beirut Bernt Brendemoen Beyoğlu Bible Borderlands British Bulgaria Calligraphy Capitulations Cartography Cem Behar Censorship Centralization Charity Circulation Clocks Cloves Cognition Cold War Commercial Law Cosmopolitanism Crete Crimea DOAP Dana Sajdi Democracy Deniz Türker Devin Naar Didem Havlioğlu Digital Humanities Eastern Anatolia Elias Muhanna Elyse Semerdjian Emily Pope-Obeda Enlightenment Environment Erin Hutchinson Faisal Husain Family History Folklore French Freud Galata Gardens Genetics Great Depression Great Syrian Revolt Gwen Collaço Hamams Harika Zöhre Humanitarianism Hungary Images Immigrants Imperial Harem Irvin Cemil Schick Islands Ismailis Işın Taylan Jeffery Dyer Jordan Komitas Vardapet League of Nations Lerna Ekmekçioğlu Liat Kozma Literacy Little Ice Age Local Autonomy Louis Fishman Mahalle Malaria Mamluk Mamluks Maria Blackwood Mehmed Ali Memory Merchants Michael Ferguson Middle Class Minorities Modern Middle East Money Mongol Mosque Mosul Murat Yıldız Museums Nahda Narcotics Neighborhoods New York Nora Lessersohn Novels Nurçin İleri Nükhet Varlık Oman Orhan Pamuk Orphans Ottoman Decline Ottoman Legacy Pastoralism Peasants Petitions Piracy Portugal Prisoners of War Prisons Protests Refugees Report Resettlement Revolution Romania Saghar Sadeghian Sarah Stein Seas Sects Serbia Serkan Şavk Smuggling Soha El Achi Sotiris Dimitriadis Spectacle Spies Study Sounds Taxes Torrie Hester Trabzon Tribes Turkish Language Turkish Literature Vangelis Kechriotis Vedica Kant Villages WWI War Yahya Araz Zeinab Azarbadegan Zeinab Azerbadegan Zeynep Türkyılmaz al-Andalus interwar legal history stambouline Özde Çeliktemel-Thomen 1920s A. Tunç Şen AGBU ANAMED AUB Abdelhay Moudden Abdul Hamid II Abidin Dino Abu al-Salt Adam Becker Afghanistan African-American Africans Agamben Agriulture Ahmadism Ahmed Cevdet Paşa Ahmed Midhat Ahmed Ragab Alawites Albania Alchemy Alev Kuruoğlu Alex Balistreri Alexander Bevilacqua Alexander Vallaury Alexandria Alexis Wick Algerian Civil War Ali Ufki Ali Yaycioglu Alliance Israélite Universelle American Protestant Mission Amy Singer Anand Toprani Anat Mooreville Andalus Andras Riedlmayer Andrew Arsan Angela Andersen Anna Cruz Anna Ozbek Anne-Marie Moulin Anti-Semitism Antonis Hadjikyriacou Apiculture Arab Revolt Arabian Peninsula Arabs Argentina Armen Marsoobian Armenian Armistice Period Ashley Dimmig Aslı Iğsız Aslı Niyazioğlu Aslıhan Gürbüzel Astronomy Atacan Atakan Atatürk Ayesha Ramachandran Ayfer Karakaya-Stump Aylin de Tapia Ayça Baydar Aşık Çelebi Baghdad Bahais Baki Tezcan Basketball Beauty Bees Benedict Anderson Berber Berlin Beshara Doumani Beth Baron Betty Anderson Bicycles Black Studies Bobovius Body Bombay Borders Boris Adjemian Bosnia Bosphorus Boğaç Ergene Brett Wilson Bruce Burnside Bukovina Burak Onaran Burcu Kurt Burkay Pasin Burma Bursa Burçak Özlüdil-Altın Burçin Çakır Butrus al-Bustani Bülent Ecevit Cafes Cairo Can Gümüş Can Nacar Canada Capadoccia Cappadocia Carlo Ginzburg Casey Lurtz Celal Esad Celali Revolts Cem Cemil Aydın Cengiz Kırlı Cengiz Şişman Census Central Asia Ceramics Ceren Erdem Chad Chicago World's Fair Christine Lindner Christine Philliou Christmas Christopher Markiewicz Christopher Rose Cilicia Circassians Claire Gilbert Clean Technology Coffee Coffeehouses Columbia University Comics Commodities Communication Compendia Conceptual History Congo Constantine Plan Construction Consumption Corn Corruption Corsairs Cotton Cowboys Coşkun Tuncer Cristina Florea Crusades Daily Life Damascus Damietta Daniel Stolz Daniel-Joseph Macarthur-Seal Danube Darwin David Gutman Debt Denise Klein Desert Devşirme Dhow Dialectology Diary Didem Yavuz Velipaşaoğlu Dimitris Stamatopoulos Dina Khoury Diyanet Donald Quataert Dotan Halevy Dreams Dust Dylan Baun Dzovinar Derderian Earthquakes East Africa Ebru Aykut Ebru Boyar Eda Çakmakçı Edhem Eldem Edirne Eileen Kane Einar Wigen Elektra Kostopoulou Elena Abbott Elephants Elie Elias Elif Becan Elif Sezer Elise Burton Elizabeth Angell Elizabeth Perego Ella Ayalon Ellen Fleischmann Embassies Emek Cinema Emine Fetvacı Emmanuel Szurek Emrah Yıldız Engineering Eric van Lit Erik-Jan Zürcher Ertuğrul Espionage Etchmiadzin Ethnic Cleansing Etymology Eurasian Steppe Eve Troutt Powell Everyday Life Evil Eye Evliya Çelebi Evyn Lê Espiritu Exchange Exhibitions Extraterritoriality Eye Tracking Eyes Eyüp Fahad Ahmad Bishara Family Fariba Zarinebaf Fascism Fatih Artvinli Fatih Çalışır Fatimids Favorites Fertilizer Fikret Yılmaz Films Food Forests Francois Georgeon Frontiers Futurity Gary Leiser Gaze Gábor Ágoston Germans Gezi Park Gifts Golden Horn Greg Thomas Guilds Guy Burak Günhan Börekçi Hadi Hosainy Hadith Halide Edip Adıvar Halvetis Hanan Hammad Harun Küçük Hashish Hayri Gökşin Özkoray Heghnar Watenpaugh Heidi Morrison Hikmet Kocamaner Hilary Falb Kalisman Historicism History Hoda Yousef Holocaust Holy War Hospitals Hotels Hugh Kennedy Humor Hürrem Sultan Ian Campbell Iberia Ibn Khaldun Iceland Information Inheritance Intellectuals Iqbal Irrigation Isabella Alexander Islamic Studies Islamic science Italian Italy J.R. McNeill Jamaica James Baldwin James Meyer James Ryan Jan Haenraets Jane Hathaway Japan Jennifer Johnson Jennifer Manoukian Jerba Joel Blecher John Chen John Curry Jonathan Wyrtzen Joseph Moukarzel Joshua White Journalism Julfa Julia Harte Julie Stephens Justice Kadı Kadır Yıldırım Kais Khimji Karen Pinto Karen Rignall Karim Bejjit Kastamonu Kate Dannies Kate Fleet Kathryn Schwartz Kavala Kazakh Kelly Hammond Kelly O'Neill Kenan Tekin Kent Schull Kenya Khaled El-Rouayheb Khaled Fahmy Kishwar Rizvi Konrad Hirschler Kurds Lacan Lale Can Laura Robson Lauren Banko Legal Imperialism Legal Pluralism Leila Piran Leslie Peirce Levant Levni Leyla Amzi-Erdoğdular Libya Lily Pearl Balloffet Linda Gordon Lino Britto Liora Halperin Little Syria Local History Logic Lorenz Korn Lori Jones Lubunca M'hamed Oualdi Madeleine Elfenbein Madness Mahmoud Darwish Malcolm X Malgorzata Kurjanska Manan Ahmed Asif Manchuria Marash Marc Aymes Margaux Fitoussi Marijuana Marilyn Booth Marketing Marvel Comics Marwa Elshakry Massumeh Farhad Matthew MacLean Mavi Boncuk Media Studies Medical Anthropology Mehmet Kentel Mehtap Çelik Melda Üner Melih Levi Melike Kara Melis Süloş Mersin Metin Atmaca Michael Christopher Low Michael Provence Michael Tworek Mihri Rasim Mixtape Moldova Molly Greene Monkeys Mostafa Minawi Mountains Muhacir Muriam Haleh Davis Muslim Brotherhood Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Muzaffer Özgüleş Nablus Nadim Shehadi Nadir Özbek Napoleon Bonaparte Natalie Rothman Nathalie Clayer Nationality Natural Disasters Nefin Dinç Neo-Liberalism Neo-Ottomanism Networks News Nezih Erdoğan Nicholas Kontovas Nicolas Trépanier Nidhi Mahajan Night Nizamiye Courts Non-Muslims Nora Barakat Norway Norwegian Nour Hammada Nova Robinson Noémi Lévy-Aksu Nur Sobers-Khan Oceans Ohannes Kılıçdağı Oil Olives Olly Akkerman Omar Cheta Omar Mohammed Omnia El Shakry Onur Engin Onur İşçi Opium Oral History Orientalists Origins Ottoman Court Ottoman Culture Ottoman Dynasty Ottoman Language Ottoman Music Ottoman society Ottomanism Ottomans Ousmane Kane Owen Miller Ozan Aksoy Padua Pakistan Palmira Brummett Pan-Islam Pan-Turkism Paolo Girardelli Pascale Barthe Pasteur Paulina Dominik Pedagogy Periodization Persia Peter Hill Peter Laurence Peter McMurray Peter Wien Phanariots Philipp Wirtz Philippe Bourmaud Pier Mattia Tommasino Pierre Daum Piety Pirates Poison Police Political Ecology Political Theory Pontic Greeks Population Postal Service Potatoes Press Price Revolution Princes Print Privacy Projit Mukharji Protestantism Provincial History Provisioning Psychiatry Public Works Quarantine Racism Railroads Rana Issa Ras Kass Re-Use Rebellion Records Recreation Red Sea Renata Holod Renewable Energy Republican Era Turkey Restitution Rita Ender Rochelle Davis Romances Ronald Grigor Suny Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim Rumors Ryan Gingeras STS Sabbatai Sevi Sahara Saints Salim Tamari Samy Ayoub Sandrine Mansour-Mérien Sanja Kadrić Sanusi Sara Nur Yıldız Sara Pursley Sara Rahnama Sara Schechner Sarah Baldwin Sarah Ghabrial Sarah-Neel Smith Sato Moughalian Saudi Arabia Sayat Nova Science Fiction Scott Rank Sea Season 7 Sebouh Aslanian Selim Deringil Selim II Selim Karahasanoğlu Selim Kuru Selçuk Sensibilities Servet-i Fünun Seth Kimmel Shay Hazkani Sherene Seikaly Shi'ism Shira Robinson Silk Simon Rettig Slang Sleddogs Snow Social Media Socialism Sociology Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Sound Studies Sounds Southeast Asia Southeast Passage Stacy Fahrenthold Stefan Martens Stefan Winter Stefano Taglia Stefo Benlisoy Stereotypes Sudan Sugar Suicide Suleiman the Magnificent Sultan Abdülhamid II Sumaiya Hamdani Sumayya Kassamali Sursock Suzy Hansen Sylvia Önder Syriac Christians Tahrir Defters Taieb Belghazi Taksim Square Tamar Novick Tangier Taylan Akyıldırım Teena Purohit Telegram The Other The Wild Field Theater Tibet Timbuktu Tobacco Toothpaste Topkapı Palace Tourism Trachoma Tradition Traditionalism Trams Transjordan Transliteration Travelers Trees Trending Globally Tuna Artun Tyler Conklin Tülün Değirmenci Türk Ocağı US Civil War Ukraine Ulema Ummah United Arab Emirates Urban Transformation Ussama Makdisi Vahé Tachjian Valantis Stamelos Valentina Pugliano Victoria Saker-Woeste Vienna Vietnam Vision Science Waqf West Africa Westernization Will Hanley Wireless Telegraph World Economy World War II Yael Berda Yakoob Ahmed Yaron Ayalon Yasemin Gencer Yasmine Seale Yaşar Tolga Cora Yelins Mahtat Yiğit Akın Youth Yusuf Akçura Zanzibar Zeinab Fawwaz Zeynep Kutluata Zeynep Oktay Uslu Zeynep Sabancı Zeynep Çelik Zikr Ziya Gökalp Zoroastrians Zouaves al-Bayati al-Ghazali comportment dress dönme eunuch; Beşir Ağa forgery gaza gershon shafir hat hijab hiphop ice internet israel/palestine landscape lauren davis libraries mughal empire nature podcast reception smell spice bazaar state of emergency tarboush temporality vernacularization west bank workers Önder Akgül Özge Ertem Özge Samancı Özlem Gülin Dağoğlu Ümit Kurt Üsküdar İrfan Davut Çam İsmail Yaşayan Şevket Pamuk Society & Culture/History History/History
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"The Visual Past” showcases the latest research by scholars who explore the visual, spatial, and material culture that shaped the Ottoman world. The series will address not only objects, images, and calligraphy, but also works of architecture that were themselves contexts for other media. Before being designated historical landmarks or enshrined in museum displays, these rich artistic and architectural products constituted an intrinsic part of Ottoman life, intersecting with and affecting all levels of society. Episodes in this series investigate crucial issues about sight and seeing in the Ottoman Empire, including the power of the gaze, the depiction of human and animal imagery, and questions of style, aesthetics, and patronage. The series also explores transformations in technology that opened up new possibilities during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries for the popular dissemination of images through photographs, print media, and film.

Women, Gender, and Sex in the Ottoman World

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"Women, Gender, and Sex in the Ottoman World" is a series of podcasts that pulls together women’s history and the history of gender and sex in the Ottoman Empire and beyond. It explores the particular historical experiences of women and girls based on the conviction that returning the lives, experiences, and ideas of women to the historical record will change the way we look at historical periods and transformations at large. It also investigates the ways in which gender and sexuality can serve as useful categories of historical analysis (Scott, 1986) as they help us to better understand broad transformations in regimes of knowledge and politics, relations of property, forms of governance, and the nature of the state. (podcast image by Russian photographer Prokudin-Gorskiĭ of Armenian woman in Artvin ca. 1905-1915 courtesy of US Library of Congress http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/prk2000001172/)
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