2013-2014

Seniors

Selim Ferruh Adalı, Bilkent University

Anatolian Politics in the Seventh Century BC and the Neo-Assyrian Evidence

Chiara Bordino, Tuscia University

Collecting saints in Middle Byzantine period: art and hagiography in Cappadocia, Constantinople and the Mediterranean area

Snjezana Buzov, Ohio State University

The World of Ottoman Miscellany Mecmuas

Nebahat İlgi Gerçek, University of Copenhagen

Agreements from the Early Empire Period (1450-1350 BCE): A Study of the Origins and Development of Hittite Diplomatic Documents

Hedda Reindl Kiel, Ludwig-Maximilians University

The System of Gifting in the Ottoman Elite (16th-18th Century)

Machiel Kiel, Gemente Univeriteit

The Origins and Development of the Turkish Colonization of and the Spread of Islam in the Territories of the Present Republic of Macedonia - ca. 1385 to 1900

Christos Malatras, University of Birmingham

The Latin heritage in Byzantium (9th-15th centuries)

Nicholas Melvani, National Hellenic Research Foundation

Monasteries and Society in 15th-century Constantinople

Philip Rance

Codex Constantinopolitanus graecus 36 (Topkapı Sarayı) and the Taktika of Nikephoros Ouranos

Bradley Michael Sekedat, Dartmouth College

Industrial Landscapes in Roman Asia Minor

Belgin Turan Özkaya, Middle East Technical University

Travelling, Collecting, Displaying in the 19th century: A Material History of the "Xanthian Marbles"


One term Seniors (Fall Semester Fellows)

Murat Akar, University of Florence

The Late Bronze Age II City of Alalakh and Its Social Context in the Northern Levant: A Re-Examination of the Post-Level IV Stratigraphic Sequence (I-III) based on New Excavation Results (2003-2010)

Fatih Onur, Akdeniz University

Stadiasmus Patarensis: The Monument & the Results of the Field Surveys in Lycia


One term Seniors (Spring Semester Fellows)

Nilgün Elam, Anadolu University

History of Byzantine Pamphylia According to Sigillographic and Hagiographic Data (3rd-14th centuries)

Ligia Ruscu, Universitatea Babes-Bolyai

Greek cities founded by Roman emperors in Asia Minor

Ayfer Karakaya-Stump, The College of William and Mary

From Persecution to Informal Accomodation: Ottoman Politics of Difference and the Kizilbash/Alevi Communities in Anatolia


Visiting Seniors

Benjamin Fortna, University of London, SOAS

Kuşçubaşı Eşref and his Place in the History of the Late Ottoman Empire

Anna Michailidou, National Hellenic Research Foundation

Weight measuring and value estimation in technology and exchange. The evidence from Bronze Age sites in Anatolia


Juniors

Romina Antonella Della Casa, Universidad de Buenos Aires

Hittite Myths: Lands and Memory during the Hittite Empire

Lindsay Der, Stanford University

The role of human-animal relations in the material and social organization at Çatalhöyük, Turkey

Triantafyllia Eirini Dogiama, McMaster University

Investigating the Role of Hunting at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Turkey

Simon Samuel Ford, University of Oxford

Continuity and Change in the Ecclesiastical Government of Early Byzantine Asia Minor, AD 641-787

Edip Gölbaşı, Simon Fraser University

The Fourth Imperial Army:Internal Security Regime, the Politics of Coercion, and Violence in the Ottoman Eastern Provinces during the Hamidian Era (1876-1909)

Erica Hughes, University of Liverpool

Embodied Identities: The presentation of the human image in prehistoric Anatolia

Steven Karacic, Bryn Mawr College

Imperial Strategy and Local Adaptations: The Archaeological Evidence from Late Bronze IIA Tarsus-Gözlükule

Emin Lelic, University of Chicago

Ilm-i firâset and the Ottoman Weltanschauung: An esoteric science in the service of empire building

Scott Rank, Central European University

Rethinking Late-Ottoman Sectarianism: Christian-Muslim Religious Polemics, c.1861-1914

Melissa Ricetti, University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Texts and Seal Impressions from karum Kaniš level II: a comparative study

Adam Schneider, University of California, San Diego

Stable isotope evidence for paleoclimatic conditions in southeastern Anatolia (c.2600 - 2100 BCE)

Jonathan Stanfill, Fordham University

Embracing the "Barbarians": The Syrians and Goths in the Pastoral Strategy of John Chrysostom

Melis Taner, Harvard University

Your true vocation is art:” Transformations in Ottoman miniature painting in the late 16th to mid- 17th centuries


J.M. Kaplan Fund Fellows

Ege Yıldırım, Ankara University (Fall term)

A Cultural Heritage Management Plan for Mudurnu: Conservation-Led Sustainable Development in an Anatolian Silk Road Town

Figen Kıvılcım Çorakbaş, Anadolu University

Preparation of 'Site Management Plan' for the Land Walls of Istanbul


BIAA-RCAC Fellow

Stella Souvatzi, Greek Open University

Neolithic cultural heritage and identity in Turkey and Greece: A comparative study

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