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Interviews with historians about the history of the Ottoman Empire and beyond

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Interviews with historians about the history of the Ottoman Empire and beyond

    I. Dünya Savaşı'nda Ahlak Buhranı

    I. Dünya Savaşı'nda Ahlak Buhranı

    Çiğdem Oğuz Sunucu: Can Gümüş | Bu bölümde Dr. Çiğdem Oğuz ile I. Dünya Savaşı’nda Osmanlı’da "ahlak buhranı"nı tartışıyoruz. "Ahlaki çöküş" ya da "ahlak buhranı" söylemlerinin farklı entelektüellerce nasıl kullanıldığını inceleyen Oğuz’un çalışması, bu tartışmalara odaklanmanın Osmanlı toplumunun söz konusu dönemde geçirdiği politik, siyasi ve kültürel dönüşümleri anlamada bir anahtar görevi üstleneceğini iddia ediyor. Oğuz aynı zamanda, bu tartışmaların ve ahlakı korumaya yönelik atılan adımların politik alanın yanı sıra, aileye ve toplumsal cinsiyet ilişkilerine yansımalarını da araştırıyor. « Click for More »

    Musical Archives of the Midwest Mahjar

    Musical Archives of the Midwest Mahjar

    with Richard Breaux | Richard Breaux needed a hobby. He began collecting 78 rpm records as a break from his work as a professor of Ethnic and Racial Studies at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. But when he stumbled upon a trove of Arabic language records at an estate sale, his hobby became a scholarly project of its own to document and reconstruct the history of the Arab diaspora in La Crosse, Wisconsin and the Greater Midwestern United States. In this episode, we talk about the history of early 78 rpm Arabic records in the United States, the people who owned them, and the story of a forgotten center of the Midwest Mahjar. « Click for More »

    Nazik al-Mala'ika's Revolt Against the Sun

    Nazik al-Mala'ika's Revolt Against the Sun

    with Emily Drumsta hosted by Sam Dolbee | Nazik al-Mala'ika (1923-2007) is one of the foremost figures in twentieth-century Arabic poetry. Born in Baghdad, she wrote about varied topics, ranging from the 1947 cholera epidemic in Egypt to the rise of communism in Iraq to a nighttime train ride. She pioneered what became known as "free verse," a form at once innovative but also based upon older metrical structures. Emily Drumsta has recently translated a collection of al-Mala'ika's poetry into English under the title of Revolt against the Sun, with Saqi Books. In this episode, we discuss how al-Mala'ika's Arab nationalist politics informed her metrical innovation, and how she played with gendered expectations in her poetry. We also talk about some of the challenges of preserving rhythm and sound in translation.  « Click for More »

    Diyar-ı Rum’dan Hikâyeler

    Diyar-ı Rum’dan Hikâyeler

    Buket Kitapçı Bayrı Sunucu: Can Gümüş | Bu bölümde Dr. Buket Kitapçı Bayrı ile 2019’da Brill yayınevinden çıkan Warriors, Martyrs, and Dervishes. Moving Frontiers, Shifting Identities in the Land of Rome (13th-15th Centuries) başlıklı kitabı üzerine söyleşiyoruz. Bayrı bu çalışmasında, orta çağ Anadolu’sunda Türkçe yazılmış Battalname ve Danişmendname gibi kahramanları savaşçı ve Saltukname gibi kahramanı Abdalan-ı Rum’u dervişi olan epiklerin yanı sıra 13. ve 15. yüzyıllar arasında Bizanslılar tarafından yazılmış Yunanca şehitlik hikayelerini de incelenmektedir. Kitabın başlığı kahramanlara hikayelerde biçilen savaşçı, şehit ve derviş gibi temel rol kimliklerine gönderme yapar. Ancak kitap savaş, ölüm ve tasavvuftan ziyade bu hikayeleri birleştiren ana mekân Diyar-ı Rum’un tasvirini, sınırlarını ve algılanışını; karakterlerin bu mekândaki hareketlerini, bu mekânın Rum/Romalı, Müslüman ve Hıristiyan gibi kimlikleri belirlenmesindeki rolünü, yazar, bani ve dinleyici/okuyucu ilişkisi çerçevesinde tartışmaktadır. Bayrı’nın çalışması, yemek, aşk ve seyahat gibi başlığın okuyucuda hemen çağrışım yapmadığı ancak hikayelerde kimlikleri tanımlamada etkin olan konuları da inceler. « Click for More »

    Recovering God's Intent in the Modern Age

    Recovering God's Intent in the Modern Age

    with Monica Ringer hosted by Matthew Ghazarian | What is Islamic modernism, and how did authors of this movement position themselves vis-á-vis other 19th century intellectual movements? In this episode, we examine how Islamic modernism was more than a product of 19th century social and political reforms or even an attempt at using Islamic language to justify such reforms. Rather, Islamic modernism was a substantive theological reform movement, fueled by the belief that God's intent could be recovered through correct and contextual readings of the past. As a result, Islamic modernists helped give rise not only to new understandings of Islam but also to new understandings of history. In our discussion, we draw on Dr. Ringer's book Islamic Modernism and the Re-enchantment of the Sacred in the Age of History out from Edinburgh University Press in 2020. In it, she takes up the work of four authors from across Eurasia: Namık Kemal from the Ottoman Empire, Ataullah Bayezidof from the Russian Empire, Syed Amir Ali from British India, and Jamal al-Din al-Afghani, who spent his formative years in Iran. Although they shared a religion, it was much more Islam that tied their ideas together. « Click for More »

    Paraskevi Kyrias, Albania, and the US at the Paris Peace Conference

    Paraskevi Kyrias, Albania, and the US at the Paris Peace Conference

    with Nevila Pahumi hosted by Susanna Ferguson | In 1919, Paraskevi Kyrias went to Paris to advocate for Albanian independence. As a woman in the overwhelmingly masculine space of international diplomacy, she faced sexism and unwanted romantic overtures. Nevertheless, she called on her connections within a global Protestant community, her life in diaspora in the United States, and her experiences at the elite Constantinople Girls' School to play a unique role in the Albanian campaign for independence after World War I. In this episode, we speak with Dr. Nevila Pahumi about Kyrias' story, her leadership of the early Albanian women's movement, and the diary of her experiences in Paris she left behind. We also trace the history of this remarkable woman after 1919, as she and her family were repudiated by a secularizing Albanian state determined to exise Protestant activism from their national history -- until she was once again remade as a feminist icon in the last years of her life. « Click for More »

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