Atelier - Toward a transnational history of Turkish studies (18th-20th centuries) - 18,19/2/2016

Spring 1933. Surrounded by the students of the Türkiyat Enstitüsü of Istanbul University, Jean Deny (top center) stands between Ahmet Caferoğlu (to his right) and Alexander Samoylovich (left). Picture by Adnan Ötüken. (Jean Deny Archives, CETOBAC) Spring 1933. Surrounded by the students of the Türkiyat Enstitüsü of Istanbul University, Jean Deny (top center) stands between Ahmet Caferoğlu (to his right) and Alexander Samoylovich (left). Picture by Adnan Ötüken. (Jean Deny Archives, CETOBAC)

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Atelier "Toward a transnational history of Turkish studies (18th-20th centuries)"
Les 18 & 19 février 2016 à l'IFEA
L'atelier est organisé par Marie Bossaert et Emmanuel Szurek

Thursday, February 18

9:00 Tea, Coffee, and Introductory Remarks

Marie Bossaert (Orient Institut, Istanbul-Deutsches Historisches Institut, Rome), Nathalie Clayer (EHESS, Paris), Jean-François Pérouse (IFEA, Istanbul) and Emmanuel Szurek (EHESS, Paris)

9:45 Uncovering 'the Field': Patterns and Uncertainties

Bert Fragner (Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna)

Iranian dimensions of turkology — and vice versa

Despina Magkanari (EHESS, Paris)

Sinological origins of turkology

Celile Ökten (Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul) and Marie-Hélène Sauner (Galatasaray University, Istanbul)

Evolution of the teaching of the Turkish language and grammatical categories

11:30 Trans-imperial Turkology in a Nationalizing World

Marie Bossaert (Orient Institut, Istanbul-Deutsches Historisches Institut, Rome)

Italo-Ottoman circulations: Armenians and the study of Turkish in Italy

Zaur Gasimov (Orient Institut, Istanbul)

Turkology in exile. The journal ‘Azerbaycan Yurt Bilgisi’ (1932-34) and Ahmet Caferoglu's network

12:30 Lunch

14:00 What Turkey does to Turkology

Güneş Işıksel (Medeniyet University, Istanbul) Disciplinarisation of an object of knowledge in progress: Türkiyat Enstitüsü, formative years (1924-1933)

Veronika Hager (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin)

Turks, not Ottomans: Belleten, the emergence of a Turkish national state historiography, and the creation of a historiographical rupture

15:30 Negotiating Turkish Studies from Interwar Europe to the Cold War

Emmanuel Szurek (EHESS, Paris) What was at stake in the foundation of the Centre d’études turques (Sorbonne, 1935)

Christl Catanzaro & Talin Suciyan (Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich)

A critical reading of Turkish Studies in Munich

İlker Aytürk (Bilkent University, Ankara)

Türk Kültürünü Araştırma Enstitüsü: The flagship institution of Cold War turcology

20:00 Dinner

Friday, February 19

9:30 Around Babinger : Turkological networks

Christoph Neumann (Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich)

A Liminal Orientalism: Turkish Studies by Franz Babinger.

Ségolène Débarre (Université Paris I, Paris)

Fragments de vie d’un "orientaliste du proche" (ein naher Orientalist): Franz Babinger au miroir de sa collection photographique et de sa correspondance conservée à la bibliothèque d’État de Munich

Silvana Rachieru (University of Bucharest)

Turkology in Romania: A Story with Diplomats and Spies, Coffee and Spices

11:15 Roundtable Discussion

13:15 Lunch

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Workshop held through funding provided by the French National Research Agency [Agence Nationale de la Recherche] within the programme “Trans-acting Matters: Areas and Eras of a (Post-)Ottoman Globalization” [Matières à transfaire. Espaces-temps d’une globalisation (post-)ottomane] (ANR-12-GLOB-003). Also with supportof the Centre d’Études Turques, Ottomanes, Balkaniques et Centrasiatiques (Paris) and the Institut Français d’Institut Français d’Études Anatoliennes (Istanbul).

 

 

 

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