Events in the Turkish and Ottoman Studies Program

Submitted by Naomi B Sokoloff on
The Turkish and Ottoman Studies Program announces two events for Spring Quarter 2024.
As part of the TOSP workshop series, on March 29th NMES Ph.D. candidate Büsra Demirkol will give a talk titled "(Re)producing the Modern Ottoman Woman: Ottoman State Reform, New Medical Science, and the Policing of Women's Bodies in the Long Nineteenth Century" at 12:30 in Denny 211.
On April 18th, Dr. Didem Havlioglu from Duke University will present this year's Walter Andrews Memorial Lecture, a talk titled "Performance, Subversion and Gender-Bending in Ottoman Poetry" in Kane Hall, Walker Ames Room, at 7:00 p.m. 
Please join us!