Re-shaping the Margins of Europe


Date: Jul 02, 2012 - Jul 04, 2012

A BEI Faculty Grant Workshop

Held at the Global Centers: Europe at Reid Hall in Paris

Organizers:
Tarik Amar, Assistant Professor of History
Christine Philliou, Assistant Professor of History

This three-day workshop brings together fourteen scholars from across Europe and the United States to explore the multiple effects of “Europe” on the social imaginaries of the Soviet Union/Russia and the Ottoman Empire/Turkey during a period of intense and pervasive transformation driven by a combination of war, revolution, and an array of modernization strategies.

Co-sponsored by BEI, the University Seminar on Ottoman and Turkish Studies, the Department of History, the Harriman Institute, and the Global Centers: Europe.

Date: Jul 02, 2012 - Jul 04, 2012

A BEI Faculty Grant Workshop

Held at the Global Centers: Europe at Reid Hall in Paris

Organizers:
Tarik Amar, Assistant Professor of History
Christine Philliou, Assistant Professor of History

This three-day workshop brings together fourteen scholars from across Europe and the United States to explore the multiple effects of “Europe” on the social imaginaries of the Soviet Union/Russia and the Ottoman Empire/Turkey during a period of intense and pervasive transformation driven by a combination of war, revolution, and an array of modernization strategies.

Co-sponsored by BEI, the University Seminar on Ottoman and Turkish Studies, the Department of History, the Harriman Institute, and the Global Centers: Europe.

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