Andreas E. Furtwängler, Martin-Luther Univ., Halle

The Oracle Sanctuary of Didyma: from the Beginning to the 4th c. BC

Ariel Salzmann (Spring Term, 2011), Queen’s University, Canada

The Catholic Response to the Ottoman Challenge, 1600-1800

Dana Sajdi, Boston College

Imagined in the Image of the Other: Representations of Damascus and Istanbul

Elena Frangakis-Syrett (Spring Term 2011), CUNY

Trade, Banking and Investment in the Ottoman Empire: The Economy of İzmir, c. Mid-19th to early 20th centuries

Galina Tirnanic, University of Chicago

The Art of Punishment:The Spectacle of the Body in the Streets of Constantinople

Inge Uytterhoeven, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

The Evolution of Housing in Asia Minor during the Late Republic and Early Imperial Period (2ndc. BC-1st c. AD): an indication for ‘Romanization’?

Jacob Roodenberg (Spring Term, 2011), Independent scholar

A new approach to Ilıpınar: A re-evaluation of an early farming community in the eastern Marmara region

James Baldwin (Spring Term,2011), New York University

Islamic Law in an Ottoman Context: Resolving Disputes in late 17th/early 18th-century Cairo

Jeffrey Michael Featherstone, CNRS / Paris

The Great Palace of Constantinople: Use and Desuetude

Mara Horowitz, Independent scholar

Pottery and Polity: Material Culture, Economy, and Society at Middle-Late Bronze AgeAlalakh

Nicholas Gailhard, Independent scholar

From Bronze to Iron, the transition between two metallurgies in the ancient civilization of Anatolia

Nicoletta Momigliano (Spring Term, 2011), University of Bristol

Settlement history and Material Culture in pre-Classical Lycia: the Çaltılar Survey Project

Nükhet Varlık, James Madison University

Plague and Empire: The Ottoman Experience, 1347-1600

Ömür Harmanşah, Brown University

Archaeology of place and place-making: Re-orienting ancient Anatolian rock reliefs and spring monuments

Rachel Goshgarian, Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center

Ahis, Futuwwa and the City: Reconsidering Urban Culture and Inter-faith Interaction in Late Medieval Anatolia

Stuart Raymond Blaylock, Independent scholar

Cultural Transitions in the Euphrates and Tigris: Form Bronze to Iron Age in North Mesopotamia


Alessandro Poggio, Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa

The Transmission of the neo-Hittite artistic tradition to southern Anatolia in the Achaemenid Age

Bärbel Ruhl, Philipps Universitat Marburg

Imbros. Archaeology of an Athenian klerouchia

Emine Ekin Tuşalp, Harvard University

The Kings of the State of Meaning and Discourse”: Ottoman Scribal Service in the late 17th century

Gülay Yılmaz, McGill University

The Social & Economic Roles of Janissaries in a 17th Century Ottoman City: The Case of İstanbul

Leah Long, University of Michigan

Economies of Stone: Urbanism and the marble industries of Roman Asia Minor

Leigh Stork, University of Edinburgh

Metal and Power: the rise of socio-complexity in the Upper Euphrates Valley, late 4th- early 3rd millennia B.C.

Oya Dinler, Exeter University

Luxuria in Roman Bath Architecture: Constructing Memories on Text and Architecture

Patrycja Filipowicz, Adam Mickiewicz Univ. in Poznan

Multi-scalar transformations across the Late Neolithic and Early Chalcolithic periods in the South-West Anatolia

Sofia Georgiadou, University of Illinois

Architecture and Statehood in Late Byzantium, 1204-1461: A Comparative Study of the Courts of Nicaea, Trebizond, and Epiros

Zeynep Altok, Boğaziçi University

Sixteenth-Century Biographies of Poets and Ottoman Elite Identity

solt Simon, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Court officials in the so-called Late Hittite Kingdoms