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Artikelaktionen

Principal Investigators

Dr. Philip Bockholt

Islamic Studies, University of Leipzig

Project 2020–2023: Inner-Islamic Transfer of Knowledge in the Ottoman Empire: on Translations of Works of Islamic Mysticism within Transregional Sufi Networks in the Anatolian and Arab Provinces


Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Bömelburg

East-Central European History, University of Giessen

Project 2017–2020: Transcultural Mediators, Strategies and Entangled Modernities: Transportation and Infrastructure in the Imperial Ports of Odessa and Varna in the 19th Century

Project 2020–2023: Trans-imperial Armenian Mobility and the Rise of Ottoman Tokat


Dr. Robert Born

GWZO Leipzig

Project 2017–2020: The Ottoman Tributaries Transylvania, Moldavia and Wallachia as Communication Spaces (16th-18th Centuries): Reflections on the Mobility of Objects, Network of Actors and Transfer of Ideas from an Art Historical Perspective


Prof. Dr. Johann Büssow

Oriental Studies, University of Bochum

Project 2017–2020: (Christian) Arabs and (Russian) Jews: Identity and Zionism Debates in the Transottoman Migration Society of Palestine (1880-1925)


Prof. Dr. Marie-Janine Calic

Eastern and South Eastern European History, University of Munich

Project 2017–2023: The Trading Companies Rallis and Zafiris in the Long 19th Century: A Contribution to the Global History of the Ottoman Empire


Prof. Dr. Stephan Conermann

Institute of Oriental and Asian Studies, University of Bonn

Project 2020–2023: Transottoman Semiospheres: Pavel A. Levašev's (d. 1820) und Necati Efendi's (d. after 1776) Imaginations of the Other


Dr. Dennis Dierks

East European History, University of Jena

Project 2017–2020: Muslim Modernity as Local and Translocal Practice: Transimperial Entanglements of Modernisation Discourses between Russia, the Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire


Dr. Zaur Gasimov

East European History, University of Bonn

Project 2020–2023: Transfer of Knowledge and Science, and Transnational Circulation of Ideas between Central and Eastern Europe and the Republic of Turkey: Polish-Caraim, Hungarian, and Russian Muslim Academicians and "entangled intellectuals" (ca. 1917-1950)


Prof. Dr. Elke Hartmann

Turkology, University of Hamburg

Project 2017–2020: Entangled Revolutions: The Russian Factor in the Young Turk Movement


Prof. Dr. Christoph Herzog

Turkology, Universtity of Bamberg

Project 2017–2020: Concepts of Boundaries and the Construction of Sociocultural Difference in (Trans)Ottoman Contexts: Circulation of Knowledge, Conceptual Changes and Transfers, 16th-19th Centuries


Dr. Nana Kharebava

Iranian Studies, University of Marburg

Project 2017–2020: In the Triangle of the Great Powers: Interactional Spaces of the Kings and the Nobility from Eastern Georgia (1555-1724)


Dr. Denise Klein

Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG), Mainz

Project 2017–2020: “Gurbet Istanbul”: Being an Immigrant in the Ottoman Capital, 1500-1800


Prof. Dr. Markus Koller

History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey, University of Bochum

Project 2017–2023: The Venetian Army on Ottoman Soil 1684-1718: Translocalisation, Experience of War, TransculturationTransculturation


Prof. Dr. Jan Kusber

East European History, University of Mainz

Project 2020–2023: Crisis and Transformation of an Old Regime: Circulation of Ideologies and Institutions between Russian and Ottoman Empires, 1768-1774


Prof. Dr. Johannes Pahlitzsch

Byzantine Studies, University of Mainz

Project 2017–2023: The Beginnings of Book Printing in the Ottoman Empire: The Role of Printed Books in the Transmission of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Heritage


Prof. Dr. Ludwig Paul

Iraninan Studies, University of Hamburg

Project 2017–2023: Persian in the Ottoman Empire as Reflected in Selected Farhangs (Dictionaries) of the 16th Century: A Cultural Transottoman Configuration


Prof. Dr. Stefan Rohdewald

Eastern and Southeastern European History, University of Leipzig
Forschungszentrum Gotha, University of Erfurt

Dr. Veruschka Wagner

Islamic Studies, University of Bonn

Project 2017–2023: Slaves of the Black Sea Region in Istanbul: Spatial and Social Mobility in the 17th Century


Prof. Dr. Christoph Werner

Iranian Studies, University of Bamberg

Project 2020–2023: Georgian Historiography of the 17th and 18th Century Modelling and 'Othering' Iran: Writing History in a Transottoman Context


Prof. Dr. Christoph Witzenrath

Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies, University of Bonn

Project 2017–2020: Slavery and Loyalty: The Russian and Ottoman Empires


Dr Gözde Yazıcı Cörüt

GWZO Leipzig

Project 2020–2023: Russian Imperial Rule and Citizenship in the South Caucasus (1878–1914)