Workshop - Empire of Babel: Ottoman Literary Modernities and their Afterlives, 1850-1950

Workshop - Empire of Babel: Ottoman Literary Modernities and their Afterlives, 1850-1950

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This workshop is part of the research network Arabicities of Istanbul, co-organized by Seda Altuğ (Boğaziçi University), Philippe Bourmaud (LARHA, Lyon), Dahlia Gubara (Koç University-IFÉA), Olof Heilo (Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul), Franck Mermier (CNRS), Alexis Wick (Koç University-IFÉA)  

 

 

Détails

Date de l'événement 04/03/2022 9:45 am
Date de fin 04/03/2022 4:45 pm
Places Illimitée
Lieu SRII - Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul

Programme

09:45

Welcome and Introduction

Welcome and Introduction by Olof Heilo (Director, Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul)

10:00

Session 1

Late Ottoman Formations, moderated by Alexis Wick (Koç University)

10:00

Stephan Guth (University of Oslo), “Arab Literati and the Late Ottoman Empire”

10:45

İpek Hüner Cora (Boğaziçi University), “Thinking about Manuscripts in the Age of the Printing Press”

11:30

Ilham Khuri-Makdisi (American University of Beirut), “Language, Translation and Empire in the late Ottoman Period and Beyond; or, the Life and Work of Zaki Mugamiz (1871-1932)”

12:15

Lunch Break

13.30

Session 2

In Between Worlds, moderated by Philippe Bourmaud (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3)

13:30

Kerem Tınaz (Koç University), “Between Language and Identity: The Life and Thought of Satı Bey”

14:15

Mehmet Fatih Uslu (Koç University), “The Rise and Fall of Ottoman Fiction: Armenian and Turkish Literatures in Comparative Perspective”

15:00

Coffee Break

15:15

Session – 3

Across New Borders, moderated by Seda Altuğ (Boğaziçi University)

15:15

C. Ceyhun Arslan (Koç University), “Family Matters: Oedipus, Tawfīq al-Ḥakīm, and Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar”

16:00

Timour Muhidine (INALCO, Paris), “Republican Exiles: Turkish Writers in the Arab Lands in the 1930s. Cairo, Beirut, Aleppo”

16:45

Final Discussion moderated by Ahmet Ersoy (Boğaziçi University) and Dahlia Gubara (Koç University)

Conférencier.e.s

Timur MUHIDINE

Inalco-CERMOM

Alexis Wick

Koç University

Philippe Bourmaud

Laboratoire de Recherche Historique Rhône-Alpes

Partenaire.s

Plan de localisation

Conférences en ligne

Installé dans les locaux du drogmanat du Palais de France (ancienne Ambassade de France auprès de la Sublime Porte), l'Institut français d'études anatoliennes "Georges Dumézil" a succédé en 1975 à l'institut français d'archéologie d'Istanbul fondé en 1930. À l'origine orienté vers l'histoire ancienne et l'archéologie, il a ensuite étendu ses activités à la turcologie (linguistique et histoire ottomane en particulier). Il a commencé à s'ouvrir au contemporain à la fin des années 1980, notamment a