Grants Program

Recipients: 1985-1986

Graduate Fellowships (Institutional)
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of Chicago
  • Columbia University
  • Indiana University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • University of Washington
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dissertation Writing Grants
  • Linda Darling (University of Chicago)
    - "The Organization and Work of the Central Finance Department of the Ottoman Empire"
  • Eran Fraenkel (University of Pennsylvania)
    - "The Early Ottoman Period in the Balkans"
  • Paul Gilmer (University of Texas)
    - "The Use of Turkish among Jewish Population of Izmir"
  • Fatma Müge Göçek (Princeton University)
    - "The Rise of Western Influence in Ottoman Empire in the 18th Century"
Grants for Post-Doctoral Summer Travel/Research in Turkey
  • Ludwig Adamec
    - Research on Turkish Influence on the Modernization in Afghanistan
  • Richard Hofferbert
    - Work on Joint Publication on Public Policy and Political Change in Turkey
  • William Mitchell
    - Comparative Study of Recovery of Earthquake Devastation in Two Localities
  • Donald Quataert
    - Research on the Effect of Industrialization on Handicraft in the Ottoman Empire from 1750 to 1914
Post-Doctoral Released Time from Teaching
  • Sarah Atis
    - Literature as a Source for Sociological Research on Modern Turkey
  • Carter V. Findley
    - Completion of Book Civil Servants of an Islamic Sultanate
  • Paul Magnarella
    - A Multi-disciplinary Social Science Study of Erzurum
Post-Doctoral Conference Travel Grants
  • Ilhan Basgoz
  • Alfred Ivry
  • Larry Miller
  • Pierre Oberling
Undergraduate Scholarships
  • University of Chicago
  • Columbia University
  • Indiana University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • University of Washington
Subventions for Publications
  • Journals:
    • Archivum Ottomanicum, Volume X, 1985.
    • International Journal of Turkish Studies, Volume IV, No. 1, Summer 1987.
    • Journal of Turkish Studies, Volume IX, 1985.
  • Books:
    • Halil Inalcik, Kefe Defteri. Harvard University: Sources of Oriental Languages and Literatures, 1986.
    • Raymond Lifchez ed., The Dervish Lodge: Architecture, Art and Sufism in Ottoman Turkey. Berkeley: University of California, Press, 1992.
    • Pierre McKay (Translator), A Fifteenth-century Venetian's Adventures in Ottoman Lands: The Memoir of Gian-Maria Angiolello. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1986.
    • Rhoads Murphey, Regional Structure in the Ottoman Economy: A Sultanic Memorandum of 1636 A.D. Concerning the Sources and Uses of the Tax-Farm Revenues of Anatolia and the Coastal and Northern Portions of Syria. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1987.
Library Grants
  • American Research Institute in Turkey
  • Brandeis University
  • Columbia University
  • Hoover Institute
  • University of Houston
  • Indiana University
  • New York University
  • State University of New York at Binghamton
  • State University of New York at Geneseo
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Tufts University
  • University of Utah
  • University of Washington
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
Matching Seed-Money Grants for New University Positions in Turkish Studies
  • Ohio State University
    - 2nd year seed-money to establish a full-time position of Turkish language and literature
  • University of Illinois
    - 1st year seed-money to establish a Turkish language course
Grants for Conferences, Lecture Series and Workshops
  • University of Chicago
    - Lecture series on Turkish Art and Architecture
  • Columbia University
    - Conference on "Rural Society in Anatolia"
  • Hunter College
    - Conference on "Turkish Family and Household Structures"
  • Institute of World Affairs
    - Conference on "Turkey, Internal Developments and Foreign Relations"
  • State University of New York at Binghamton
    - Seminar on "The Social Structure of the Ottoman Empire prior to its Incorporation in the World Economy"
  • University of Texas at Austin
    - Lecture on the "Historic and Contemporary Role of Turkey in the Middle East"
  • University of Utah
    - Public lecture series on Turkey
  • Tufts University
    - Public lectures on Turkey
Existing Program Support
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • University of Chicago
  • Columbia University
  • University of Connecticut
  • Indiana University
  • Middle East Institute
  • New York University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Turkish Studies Association
  • University of Washington
Teaching Aids Grants
  • Andras Bodrogligeti
    - Preparation of syllabus for course on the "Cultural History of the Turks"
  • Karen Murphy
    - Production of videotape of Karagoz plays for high school and university students
  • Barbara Walker
    - Production and distribution of filmstrip, "An American Teenager Visits Turkey"
  • Columbia University
    - Preparation of Columbia Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East
  • Indiana University
    - To copy and catalog the U.C.L.A. Conk Collection
  • Turkish Studies Association
    - Preparation of materials for grade school and high school social studies
Grants for Miscellaneous Projects
  • Frank Ahmed
    - Pre-World War I Turkish Immigration to the U.S.
  • Stanford J. Shaw
    - Republic of Turkey databank at University of California, Los Angeles
  • American Association of Teachers of Turkish
    - Support for establishing the Association
  • University of Chicago
    - Project on microfiching Ottoman Materials
  • University of Pennsylvania
    - Support for summer language consortium
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
    - Outreach program
  • Turkish Studies Association Annual Prize Award
    - Annual endowment for the best publication in Turkish studies: the "M. Fuat Koprulu Book Prize" is awarded in even-numbered years to the best book published in the preceding two years; the "Omer Lutfi Barkan Article Prize" is awarded in odd numbered years to the best article published in the preceding two years

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