Conferences and panels
Transottoman Mobilities in the Second Half of the 18th Century: Ottoman, Russian, and Polish-Lithuanian Entanglements, panel
Conference “Translation and Transfer” of the Transottomanica Network (DFG SPP 1981)
Knowledge Systems and Ottoman-European Encounters: Spatial and Social Dynamics, international conference
Transottoman Cultures of Expertise, virtual workshop
Eastern European-Ottoman-Persian Mobility Dynamics, international conference CANCELLED
Transottomanica: Practices of ‘Transcultural’ Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period, panel
Concepts on the Move in Transottoman Spaces. Case Studies from the Long 19th Century
Slaves as Agents and Free People as Low-Status Dependents: The Ottoman and post-Ottoman Worlds
Internationale Tagung Das Fürstentum Siebenbürgen im 17. Jahrhundert im Kontext des Transottomanica-Beziehungsgeflechts
Questions and Challenges of a Transottoman Perspective for Early Modern Studies
Persian as a Lingua Franca in the Ottoman Empire
Eurasian Slavery: Actors and their Networks in the Translocal Slave Trade during the 17th to 19th Centuries
Steamers, Quarantines, and Dams: Building Infrastructure on the Lower Danube and in the Black Sea: Late 18th and 19th Centuries
International conference: "The Mamluk-Ottoman Transition II: Continuity and Change in Egypt and Bilād al-Shām in the Sixteenth Century"
Osteuropa und der Nahe Osten – East Europe and the Middle East
Podiumsdiskussion: Osteuropa und der Nahe Osten – Perspektiven einer Beziehungsgeschichte. In SSC, Raum 2/119, Ruhr-Universität Bochum.
Transottomanica: Performing Cross-Border Contacts between Eastern Europe and the Ottoman Empire, 17th-19th Centuries
Summer course for manuscript culture at Leipzig University Library
International conference: "New Perspectives on Slavery: The Ottoman Empire"
Panel: Transottomanica: Eastern European-Ottoman-Persian Mobility Dynamics
Lecture Series "Beyond Slavery and Freedom"
Lectures series: "Mobilitätsdynamiken in vormodernen Gesellschaften: Migration, Flucht, Sklaverei"
Alexandr Osipian: Armenian merchants as experts in the Polish-Ottoman diplomacy.