Muneccimbashi as a 17th-Century Historian and His Camiü’d Düvel
Hatice Arslan Sözüdoğru
Saturday, May 16, 2009 3:00 PM Salon: ŞAKİR KOCABAŞ SALONU
This is a talk series conducted with authors who have recently published a book in the area of Turkish studies. It aims to both have a conversation with authors who have a new idea to share with the academic community, and critically review their work. On May 16th 2009, Center for Turkish Studies will host Hatice Arslan Sözüdoğru* under the diskussions a book / an author. Sözüdoğru will deliver a speech about “Muneccimbashi as a 17th-Century Historian and His Camiü’d Düvel "** based on her a book.***
Talk is published in the BSV Bulletin.
* Dr., Filolog.
** Hatice Arslan, Müneccimbasi als Historiker: Arabische Historiographie bei einem Osmanischen Universalgelehrten des 17. Jahrhunderts: Cami' ad-duwal, Klasus Schwarz Verlag: Almanya 2009.
*** The speech will be conducted in Turkish.
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