Research Title: Towards a Trans-Local History of the Middle East: Ottoman Imperial Modernization, Globalization and the Arab Interior in the Modern Era, 1850–1914
Talha Çiçek is Associate Professor at Istanbul Medeniyet University. Formerly the British Academy’s Newton Fellow at SOAS University of London, and Humboldt Experienced Research Fellow at Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, he is the author of War and State Formation in Syria: Cemal Pasha’s Governorate during World War I (2014) and Negotiating Empire in the Middle East: Ottomans and Arab Nomads in the Modern Era, 1840-1914 (2021).
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