Research Title: Molla FenariandIntellectualHistory of LateMedieval Anatolia
Mehmet Emin Güleçyüz holds BA degrees in IslamicStudiesand in PhilosophyfromIstanbul 29 Mayıs University, and an MA degree in IslamicateIntellectualHistoryfromFreieUniversität Berlin. Currently, he is a PhDcandidate in IslamicStudies at theUniversity of Chicago’sDivinity School. His dissertation is focused on theintellectualhistory of latemedieval Anatolia, specificallythe 14th and 15 centuries. With an emphasis on Molla Fenari’s (d. 1431) career, intellectualnetworks, andscholarship, Güleçyüz’sdissertationaimstoillustrateAnatolia’svibrantintellectuallandscapebetweenrationalsciences, philosophicalSufism, Hanafijurisprudence, andocculttheoryandpractice. During his residence at ANAMED, Güleçyüz is conductingresearch in manuscriptlibraries in Istanbulandelsewheretoconsultprimarysourcesandcollectcontemporaneoustextualand para-textualhistorical data for his dissertation.
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