Muslim “Puritans” in the Ottoman Empire: The Kadızadeli Movement and the Question of Early Modernity

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Ottomans
November 7, 2019
4:00PM - 5:30PM
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Faculty Club North Dining Room, 181 Oval Drive South

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Add to Calendar 2019-11-07 16:00:00 2019-11-07 17:30:00 Muslim “Puritans” in the Ottoman Empire: The Kadızadeli Movement and the Question of Early Modernity

Department of History Lecture in Ottoman and Turkish History: Muslim “Puritans” in the Ottoman Empire: The Kadızadeli Movement and the Question of Early Modernity
by James Grehan, Professor of History, Portland State University

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James Grehan

Professor Grehan is an expert on everyday life and social practices in the early modern Ottoman Empire, particularly Greater Syria.  His publications include Everyday Life and Consumer Culture in 18th-Century Damascus (University of Washington, 2007) and Twilight of the Saints: Everyday Religion in Ottoman Syria and Palestine (Oxford, 2014), which won the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association’s M. Fuat Köprülü Book Prize in 2015.

Refreshments starting at 3:30

Faculty Club North Dining Room, 181 Oval Drive South Near Eastern Languages and Cultures nelc@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Department of History Lecture in Ottoman and Turkish History: Muslim “Puritans” in the Ottoman Empire: The Kadızadeli Movement and the Question of Early Modernity
by James Grehan, Professor of History, Portland State University

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James Grehan

Professor Grehan is an expert on everyday life and social practices in the early modern Ottoman Empire, particularly Greater Syria.  His publications include Everyday Life and Consumer Culture in 18th-Century Damascus (University of Washington, 2007) and Twilight of the Saints: Everyday Religion in Ottoman Syria and Palestine (Oxford, 2014), which won the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association’s M. Fuat Köprülü Book Prize in 2015.

Refreshments starting at 3:30