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Ottoman Cultures: Society, Politics and Trade in the Turkish Empire 1299-1922  

NEH Summer Institute for Teachers
in Istanbul, Safranbolu, Iznik, Bursa, and Edirne, Turkey
July 8 – 26, 2013
Last Updated: Jan 2, 2013 URL: http://resources.primarysource.org/ottomancultures Print Guide Email Alerts

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Ottoman Cultures

For 623 years, the Ottoman Empire knit together peoples of many ethnicities, religions, and cultures. Cosmopolitan in mindset, innovative in governance, fearsome in battle, and pioneering in the arts, the empire at its height showcased a combination of qualities that made it legendary on three continents. Through a multidisciplinary approach, this summer institute will explore the rise, achievements and legacies of the Ottomans – and how they may be included in school curricula.

We welcome you to learn more about this opportunity through this website or by contacting Sameera Anwar at Primary Source via email sameera@primarysource.org or phone (617) 923-9933 ext. 22.

 

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National Endowment for the Humanities

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