2005-2006

Seniors

Can Erimtan, British Institute of Archaeology

Between Paris and Isfahan: Deconstructing the Eighteenth-Century Palace of Saadabad in Istanbul

Heather Grossman, Illinois University

Photography, Monuments, Modernization, and National Identity in the Late Ottoman Period

Nikolas Bakirtzis, Princeton University

The Monastic Landscape of Constantinople's Environs.

Nina Ergin, Suny Buffalo University

The Life Story of the Çemberlitas Hamam

Oliver Hülden, Tübingen University

Grave Types, Burial Practice, and Funerary Cult in Western Anatolia in the Archaic and Classical Periods: Anatolian Roots and Foreign Influences

Sotiris Voyadjis , Independent Scholar & Restoration Architect

Relations and Interactions between Ottoman and Post-Byzantine Architecture in the 16th and 17th Centuries


Juniors

Babür Turna, Bilkent University

Daily Life in the Ottoman Empire

Daniela Piras, Tübingen University

Cultural Characteristics of Caria from Archaic to Hellenistic Times

Marina Mihaljevic, Princeton University

Constantinopolitan Architecture of the Komnenian Era (1080-1180) and its Impact on the Balkans

Örgü Dalgıç, NYU

Late Antique Floor Mosaics in Constantinople Before the Great Palace

Rıza Yıldırım, Bilkent University

The Making of the Qizilbash Heresy in the Ottoman Empire

Sean Lockwood, Cincinnati University

Aytas Mevkii/Islamlar in the Elmali Basin: A Multi-Period Sepulchral Site in Northern Lycia

Suna Çağatay-Arıkan , Illinois University

Visualizing the Cultural Transition in Bithynia: Architecture, Appropriation, and Correlative Spaces

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