MEHAT Workshop Winter 2022 Schedule

Dear all,

 
We are very excited to share the Winter schedule of the Middle East History and Theory Workshop. This quarter, we will have the online option for all of the presentations but we would like to maintain the in-person element as much as possible since we realized how refreshing it was to see fellow grad students and faculty. For the hybrid events, we will meet on Wednesdays in Pick 218 with those who prefer to join us in person. The Zoom link will be sent out for those who would like to join us virtually. As always papers will be sent to the listserv prior to each event. We are looking forward to another lively quarter. 
 
January 12 (online only 1-2:30 pm CST)
Fariba Zarinebaf (Professor of History, University of California, Riverside) 
Approaches to the Study of Ottoman- Safavid Borderlands: Azerbaijan between Two Empires.
 
January 26 (online only 1-2:30 pm CST) 
Hayri Gökşin Özkoray (Assistant Professor of Early Modern History, Aix-Marseille University) 
“Plague Epidemics and Mobilization of the Workforce in the Central Provinces of the Ottoman Empire (16th-17th c.).”
 
February 9 (TBD) 
Aamir Bashir (Ph.D. Candidate in NELC, University of Chicago)
“Private Muftis in a Postcolonial State: Pakistani Deobandis on Islamic Banking.”
 
February 23 (TBD) 
Owen Green (Ph.D. Student in NELC, University of Chicago) 
Bound by Tradition: “Civilization,” Medicine, and “Modernity” in the anti-Corset Discourse in Hanımlara Mahsus Gazete.
 
March 9 (TBD) 
Kara A. Perrucio (Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and History, University of Maine)
The Light at the End of the Tunnel: A Conversation on Job Market during COVID-19 Pandemic.
 
Best,
Elif 
MEHAT Workshop Coordinator 
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