Call for paper – YILLIK: Annual of Istanbul Studies, December 2022 (deadline : 15 June 2022)

YILLIK: Annual of Istanbul Studies invites contributions for its fourth and fifth volumes to be published in December 2022 and December 2023. YILLIK is a peer-reviewed, open access, international academic journal featuring cutting-edge research on Istanbul’s past and present, published by the Istanbul Research Institute in print and online (via DergiPark). YILLIK is indexed by SCOPUS and the MLA International Bibliography.

YILLIK: Annual of Istanbul Studies is accepting submissions of original research articles, opinion pieces and visual essays (Meclis), book and exhibition reviews in Turkish or English, by researchers working on any period of the city through the lens of history, history of art and architecture, archaeology, sociology, anthropology, geography, urban planning, urban studies, and other related disciplines in humanities or social sciences.

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Call for Applications – GTOT 2023 Awards for Outstanding Theses and Dissertations in the Field of Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (deadline : 31 December 2022)

GTOT 2023 Awards for Outstanding Theses and Dissertations in the Field of Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies

For the third time, the Society for Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (GTOT) is awarding the GTOT Prize for Outstanding Theses in the Fields of Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish studies to junior researchers.

The authors of the top three M.A. theses will receive 500 Euros each; the best dissertation will be awarded 1,000 Euros. Abstracts of the awarded works will be published in Diyâr. Journal for Ottoman, Turkish and Middle Eastern Studies.
Application requirements

Anyone who completed his or her thesis/dissertation in the fields of Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish studies between 1 May 2020 and 21 December 2022 is eligible to apply. Theses in German, English and French from all European and Turkish Universities are accepted.

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Offre d’emploi – Chaire de Professeur Junior (CPJ) en “Cultures artistiques et matérielles des Islams médiévaux” (date limite : 30 mai 2022)

Les candidatures seront déposées exclusivement en ligne sur l’application ministérielle GALAXIE (module FIDIS) : https://galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/antares/can/astree/index.jsp selon le calendrier ci-dessous :28 avril 2022 : ouverture du module FIDIS/ GALAXIE pour enregistrement des inscriptions et dépôt des pièces.
30 mai 2022 à 16 heures (heure de Paris) : fermeture du module FIDIS.

IMPORTANT : il est recommandé de ne pas attendre les derniers jours pour déposer les candidatures pour que, en cas de dossier incomplet, les pièces manquantes puissent être réclamées aux candidats et redéposées au plus tard le 30 mai 2022. Tout dossier incomplet à la date limite susmentionnée sera déclaré irrecevable.

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Appel à contributions – 5eme Congrès du GIS MOMM, Lyon, 11-13 juillet 2023 (date limite : 15 juillet 2022)

5CONGRÈS DES ÉTUDES SUR LE MOYEN-ORIENT ET LES MONDES MUSULMANS
Appel à contributions

 Pour sa cinquième édition, le Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique « Moyen-Orient et mondes musulmans » organisera au sein de l’Université de Lyon son Congrès des études sur le Moyen-Orient et les mondes musulmans les mardi 11, mercredi 12 et jeudi 13 juillet 2023

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Appel à communication – La célébration de la naissance du Prophète (al-mawlid al-nabawī) dans les mondes musulmans et en Occident : débats, pratiques et représentations, Remmm, (date limite : 1er septembre 2022)

Projet de publication proposé par Farid Bouchiba et Myriam Laakili

Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée

Argumentaire

Chaque année, le mawlid est l’objet de débats houleux au sein de la communauté musulmane, ce qui n’est pas sans provoquer de nombreuses dissensions entre les fidèles. Certains considèrent qu’il s’agit là d’une innovation (bid‘a) blâmable, tandis que d’autres y voient une occasion sacrée pour célébrer l’amour du Prophète et rappeler ainsi ses enseignements.

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Aides à la Mobilité Internationale (AMI) – Liban, Jordanie ou dans les Territoires palestiniens (date limite : 15 mai 2022)

L’Institut français du Proche-Orient (Ifpo), UMIFRE 6 du Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires Étrangères (MEAE) – UAR 3135 du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) offre 6 Aides à la Mobilité Internationale (AMI) à des étudiant·e·s doctorant·e·s de toute nationalité inscrit·e·s en thèse dans une université française.

Ces AMI sont attribuées pour une période de 12 mois à partir du 1er octobre 2022 ou du 1er janvier 2023. Les doctorant·e·s bénéficiant de l’AMI seront rattaché.s  à l’Ifpo, au Liban (Beyrouth), en Jordanie (Amman) ou dans les Territoires palestiniens (Jerusalem-Est).

Domaine scientifique

Les recherches doctorales des candidat.e.s doivent s’inscrire dans l’un des domaines suivants :

– archéologie et histoire de l’Antiquité (1 AMI au Liban et 1 AMI dans les Territoires palestiniens à pourvoir pour le 1er octobre 2022);

– études arabes médiévales et modernes (2 AMI au Liban, à pourvoir pour le 1er janvier 2023);

– études contemporaines : histoire, sciences humaines et sociales sur le Proche-Orient (1 AMI en Jordanie à pourvoir pour le 1er octobre 2022, 1 AMI dans les Territoires palestiniens à pourvoir pour le 1er janvier 2023)

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Call for Paper – Interpreting Afghanistan : Art, Archeology, and History of Central Eurasia (600 BCE-999 CE) (deadline : June 30, 2022)

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Call for applications – Western Ottomanists’ Workshop 2022 at UCLA (November 18-19 2022) – Deadline : August 1, 2022)

Université de Californie à Los Angeles — Wikipédia

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) will be hosting the Western Ottomanists’ Workshop (WOW) in person on November 18-19, 2022(Friday Saturday) Some panels will be available for Zoom participation. WOW 2022 organizers encourage interested graduate students with works in progress to apply for this workshop using this Google Form. Funding for travel and accommodation is available for graduate students. Graduate applicants who need funding should follow the instructions in the form to be considered for funding.

Faculty members, instructors, adjuncts and independent scholars interested to attend should also get in touch using the Google Form; we would love to welcome you in person!

The deadline for applications and RSVPs is August 1st 2022.

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Call for paper – Arabic Pasts: Histories and Historiographies, Londres, 6-8 October 2022 (deadline : April 19, 2022)

Arabic Pasts: Histories and Historiographies

Research workshop

Co-hosted by the Aga Khan University, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations and SOAS, University of London

6 to 8 October 2022

Aga Khan Centre, London & Online

This annual exploratory and informal workshop not only offers the opportunity to reflect on history writing in Arabic, but also invites contributors to explore more broadly how people relate to the past. We encourage contributions focused on methodologies, research agendas, and case studies related to Arabic in any region and in any period from the seventh century to the present.

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Call for paper – Annual Meeting of the AIA and the SCS, New Orleans, January 5-8 2023 (deadline : March 25, 2022)

Islands and Coastal spaces in the Byzantine and Islamic Mediterranean from Justinian to the Fatimids (6th – 11th c. CE)

Organized by: Dr. Angelo Castrorao Barba (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Science), Dr. Luca Zavagno(Bilkent University), Prof. Davide Tanasi(University of South Florida)

Abstract submission deadline: 25 March 2022

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This colloquium aims to provide a clearer comparative view of the social, cultural, and economic transformations of coastal and insular spaces in Byzantine and Islamic Mediterranean (6th – 11th centuries CE). These regions were affected by the ebbs and flows of Mediterranean politics, trade, and cultural engagements in the longue durée between Byzantine rule and the Fatimids.

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Call for paper – Travelling Matters: rereading, reshaping, reusing objects across the Mediterranean, Workshop, Haïfa, 8th September 2022 (deadline : april 10th 2022)

The workshop “Travelling matters: rereading, reshaping, reusing objects across the Mediterranean” intends to tackle objects as sources and subjects of the history of cross-cultural encounters in innovative ways. We intend to discuss a most diverse array of objects flowing in all directions and to concentrate on the “second-handedness” of displaced objects: how and why moving objects acquire new functions and new meanings, and with what consequences for the relations between the communities involved? These perspectives demand a broad chronology, extending from antiquity to the present-day, and for the intersection between different time frames, from the relatively narrow scale of individual objects being displaced across the Mediterranean to the much larger one of the histories of their reinterpretation and repurposing.

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Call for paper – “Locating Indonesia’s cultural archive; Towards decolonial and intersectional histories of Indonesia”, Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia (deadline : 1 October, 2022)

CfP – “Locating Indonesia’s cultural archive; Towards decolonial and intersectional histories of Indonesia”. Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia Vol. 24 No. 3 (2023).

Submission deadline: 1 October, 2022.

The preparation of this publication is the joint responsibility of Wacana in co-operation with Dr Sadiah Boonstra (Melbourne University) and Dr Caroline Drieënhuizen (Open University in the Netherlands) to gather critical, decolonial and intersectional histories of Indonesia.

After the Indonesian nation-state was born it became the frame for the history of colonialization and decolonization of this country. The rub is that national narratives constructed around specific moments in time and place run the risk of reducing decolonization to a political moment in history; the moment former colonized people took hold of the state. This approach obscures the cultural, political, sexual, racial, violent and transnational nature of colonialism and the way it still affects Indonesian society today.

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Appel à contribution -Intimités sous tension, dans et depuis les mondes arabo-musulmans / Call for paper – Intimacies under Tension, From and In the Arab-Muslim Worlds (deadline : april 1st, 2022)

Depuis l’avènement du « tournant affectif », lorsque les sciences humaines et sociales ont porté une attention accrue à l’objectivation des émotions, les travaux sur l’intime ont acquis une nouvelle centralité. Classiquement associé aux affects et à l’entre-soi, aux domaines du privé, de la sexualité et du care, aux processus d’individuation et d’abstraction d’autrui (Giddens, 1992 ; Sennett, 1995), l’intime relève d’une diversité de dynamiques sociales et historiques qu’une littérature fleurissante a permis de mettre au jour (Jankowiak, 2008). En tant que catégorie analytique, l’intime permet d’interroger les visions dominantes et normatives du privé et du public, de comprendre comment elles se reproduisent, sont remises en question et/ou transgressées ; l’intime pouvant en ce sens être pensé comme un processus éminemment politique. Comme qualité de relations de proximité, l’intime permet d’interroger les rapports interindividuels, les relations à l’espace et les processus subjectifs et intersubjectifs de construction de ses bornes.

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Call for Papers – International Ottoman Studies Congress (OSARK), September 7-9, 2022, Istanbul (deadline : march, 15 april 2022)


Call for Papers

The first International Ottoman Studies Congress (OSARK) took place in Sakarya, Turkey, from October 14-17, 2015. The OSARK 2018 was held in Tirana, Albania, from October 17-20. We would like to inform you that the third OSARK will be held in Istanbul, Turkey, from September 7-9, 2022, at Istanbul Medeniyet University. OSARK 2022 welcomes and encourages individual paper and thematic panel proposals within any field of Ottoman History.

OSARK’s Objective

OSARK primarily aims to contribute to the growing body of research on Ottoman History. It has an intention to provide a platform for researchers to discuss their findings and share knowledge in an environment open to interdisciplinarity and new approaches to the field.  OSARK 2022 aims to bring together diverse mainstream understandings and recent subfields and methodologies, such as digital humanities, ego studies and book culture.

 Ottoman historians have more distinct boundaries in their research than the historians of other fields in terms of time period and geography. Their sources and the ways of focusing and approaching them are more definite.  Besides, they tend to ignore related research fields to the interest of other disciplines such as art history, philology and others. One can say that the newly-emerged vitality, diversity and approaches in the field trigger a trend of polarization in the growing body of literature of Ottoman Studies. This fact has the potential to increase the number of interdisciplinary studies. Still, it has also led to an alienation of diverse fields and subfields by making following the knowledge and findings of each other complex. In this regard, OSARK 2022 aims to provide an interdisciplinary and comprehensive environment for discussing the recent studies in Ottoman history, presenting a perspective towards the future of studies in the field and contributing to the formation of a roadmap for Ottoman Studies.

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Call for Submissions – 2022 OTSA Awards and Prizes (different deadlines : April 15, 2022 / June 15, 2022 / May 31, 2022 / June 27, 2022)

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The Ottoman and Turkish Studies (OTSA) is pleased to announce its annual award and prize competitions for 2022. Eight award competitions are listed in this announcement, the last three of which are administered by the American Association of Teachers of Turkic Languages (AATT). Please read the instructions for each carefully, noting the deadlines and details for the submission of materials. OTSA encourages scholars and students to apply for awards, and invites teachers to encourage their students to apply as well!

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