2011-2012

Seniors

Astrid Lindenlauf, Byrn Mawr College

Waste Management in the Ancient Greek World

Ayşe Gürsan-Salzmann, University of Pennsylvania

Social and Economic History of Agriculture in the Ankara Region: A Comparative Case Study of Six Village Communities

Bülent Arıkan, Arizona State University

Bronze Age Environmental and Social Dynamics in the Upper Euphrates and Tigris Basins

Carlo Corti, University of Florence

The Cultural Tradition of the Reign of Zalpa on teh Black Sea The Origins of Hittite Kingship

Efthymios Rizos, Oxford University

The Foundation of New Cities in Anatolia During Late Antiquity (late 3rd-6th century A.D.)

Emma Baysal, University of Liverpool

Craft and Identity at Boncuklu Höyük: An Experimental Approach to Stone Bead Technology

Fariba Zarinebaf, University of California

Encounters & Empires: Islam, Europe, Gender and Modernity in Ottoman Istanbul

Giulio Palumbi, Independent scholar

Red-Black Anatolia: A ceramic production for different Cultural Identities? The Red-Black Burnished Ware from the Chalcolithic to the Early Bronze Age

Hansgerd Hellenkemper, Römisch-Germanisches Museum

Imperial Landscaping. Byzantine Summer Palaces Outside Constantinople

Livia Bevilacqua, Sapienza University of Rome

Figural Spolia in Byzantium: Reuse, Rework, Reinterpretation (330-1453)

Maria Xenaki, Université Paris 1, UMR 8167 Orient et Méditerranée

The Culture of the Ornament in Early Medieval Anatolia (8th-10th centuries)

Megan Lynn Welton, University of Toronto

Technological Petrographic Analysis of Late Bronze-Iron I Transitional Pottery from Tell Tayinat

Tehnyat Majeed (Spring term), Independent scholar

The Shahada Square Kufic Inscriptions on the Great Mosque of Mardin: A Cross-Cultural, Historical and Contextual Examination

Thomas Drew-Bear, Independent scholar

The publication of Greek, Latin and Pisidian inscriptions on display in Sadberk Hanım Museum and Koç University


Juniors

Aleksandar Shopov, Harvard University

Intersection of science, horticultural expertise, the natural environment, technology, politics and the economy in the production of food in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Ottoman period

Alexander Vacek, Oxford University

The Greek and Related Pottery from Al Mina. A Case Study of Production, Consumption and Distribution of Greek Pottery in the Eastern Mediterranean from c. 800 to 600 BCE.

Ann M. Morgan, University of Texas

Foundation Myths and Local Identity in the Urban Landscapes of Asia Minor

Aylin Beşiryan, European University (Florence)

Negotiating the Ottoman Constitution, 1856-1876

Berker Cengay, Princeton University

A New Savior for the Public: A Comparative Analysis of Popular Scientific Writing in Late Ottoman and Qing Empire

Frouke Schrijver, University of Birmingham

The early Palaiologan Court (1261-1354)

Merih Danalı, Harvard University

Negotiating Self-Representation and Cultural Identity: Artistic and Cultural Responses to the Byzantine and Ottoman Encounter (ca.1300-1453)

Özge Ertem, European University, Florence

Eating the Last Seed: Famine, Empire, Survival and Order in Ottoman Anatolia in the late 19th century

Rik Vaessen, University of Sheffield

The Aegean in crisis? Reconsidering the significance of the appearance of Protogeometric pottery on the west coast of Asia Minor

Salim Aykut Öztürk, UCL

Mapping the Armenian Istanbul of Late Ottoman Period: Re-locating Istanbul in the History of Armenians

Tera Hedrick, Northwestern University

The Power of Objects: Ars Sacra and the Negotiation of the Sacred in Late Byzantium​​​​​

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