2007-2008

Seniors

Eric Ivison, City University of New York, USA

The Lower City Church Complex at Byzantine Amorium

Hakkı Erdem Çıpa, Indiana University, USA

In the Name of Legitimacy: Social Rebellions and Succession Struggles in the Ottoman Empire

Kayhan Orbay, University of Vienna, Austria

Economic Crises in Rural and Town Economy as Reflected in the Imperial Waqfs

Luca Zavagno, University of Birmingham, UK

The Fate of the Byzantine City from the 5th to the 9th centuries

Nino Simonishvili, Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Georgian-Byzantine Cultural Relationship in the 9th-10th centuries: The Art of Tao-Klardjeti

Olivier Henry, University of Illinois, USA

Graves of Caria: Studies in Ancient Architecture and Cultural Identity

Pagona Papadopoulou, Sorbonne University, Paris

Between the Emperor, the Sultan and the Khan: Coinage and Politics in the 12th and the 13th centuries Trebizond

Roman Stoyanov, Institute for the History of Material Culture St. Petersburg, Russia

Anatolian Burial Customs and Their Reflection in Classical and Hellenistic Necropoleis of the Black Sea Settlements

Savvas Kyriakidis, University of Birmingham, UK

13th and 14th century Byzantine Warfare in the Wider Geographical Context

Yvonne Stolz, Oxford University, UK

Who is Who among The Crowned Heads of Byzantium? A Study of Byzantine Diadems and Images with Diadems in Turkey, 4th to 10th centuries


Juniors

Ayşe Ozil, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

The Ottoman Greek Orthodox Communities: The Case of Western Anatolia 1850-1914

Can Nacar, Binghamton University, USA

Contextualizing a Culture of Contestation: Tobacco Workers in the Ottoman Empire, 1883-1914

Elena Bozhinova, Sofia University, Bulgaria

Ancient Thrace and its Neighbors at the Beginning of the Iron Age: Cultural and Historical Perspectives

Gabriella Lini, University of Geneva, Switzerland

The Peninsula of Knidos in the Byzantine Period. The Topographical Evolution of the City and its Territory: The Archeaological Record

Grigor Boykov, Bilkent University, Turkey

Anatolia in the Balkans: Demography, Social and Religious Processes in Comparative Perspective

Günhan Börekçi, Ohio State University, USA

Bringing the Ottoman Court Back In: Power, Patronage and Favoritism during the Reign of Ahmed I, 1603-1617

Mariya Kiprovska, Bilkent University, Turkey

Gazihood and Sainthood in the Ottoman Realm: Mihaloğulları Family’s Patronage over the Heterodox Dervish Complexes in Anatolia and the Balkans

Suzan Yalman, Harvard University, USA

A Period of ‘Transformation’: Religion, Urbanism and Identity in the Architectural Patronage of Sultan Alaeddin Keykubad (r.1220-37)

Şükrü Ilıcak, Harvard University, USA

Ottoman Reaction to the Greek Revolution (1821-1828)

Yiğit Akın, Ohio State University, USA

All Quiet on the Home Front? Politics and Everyday Life in Istanbul during World War I

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