Lecture Mamulat-ı Dahiliye İstihlaki Kadınlar Cemiyet-i Hayriyesi: An Ottoman Muslim Women’s Organization in Times of Economic and Political Turmoil (1913 - 1918) Nicole van Os
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Lecture NIT research fellow Dr. Esra Almas on "A Jewish novelist writes on Ottoman exiles in Berlin" in the lecture series "Exile, Political and Economic Migration in the Ottoman Empire"
Lecture “Those wondrous pleasure spots”: Fountains in eighteenth-century Istanbul
Literary Walk through Istanbul
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