Grants Program

Recipients: 1987-1988

Graduate Fellowships (Institutional)
  • American Research Institute in Turkey
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of California, Santa Cruz
  • University of Chicago
  • Columbia University
  • Indiana University
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Tufts University
Dissertation Writing Grants
  • Karen Barkey (University of Chicago): The State and Peasant Unrest in the Early 17th Century Ottoman Empire: the Case of Western Anatolian Banditry.
  • William Blair (Princeton University): The Reform of the Ottoman Navy: the Tanzimat applied, 1827-1878.
  • Dina Le Gall (Princeton University): The Spread of the Naksibendi Order into the Ottoman Middle East.
  • James Orr (University of Oregon): From Individual to Person: Identity Formation in a Small Turkish Town.
  • Leslie Peirce (Princeton University): The Public Face of the Imperial Harem of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th and 17th Centuries.
Grants for Post-Doctoral Summer Travel/Research in Turkey
  • Clive Foss, Study on the Historical Geography of Northwest Anatolia.
  • Thomas Lentz, Preparations for an Exhibition on Timurid Art.
  • Glenn Lowry, Preparations for an Exhibition on Timurid Art.
  • Howard Reed, Research on Turkish university Development.
  • Stanford J. Shaw, Research on the History of the Turkish War for Independence, 1918-1923.
  • Aysegul Talay, Study on the Acquisition and Use of the Turkish Language.
Post-Doctoral Released Time from Teaching
  • Jorge Hankamer, Monograph on Turkish Morphology and Morphological Parsing.
  • Kemal Karpat, Study on "Community, Population and Nation Formation in the Ottoman Empire, 1800-1918."
Undergraduate Scholarships
  • Brandeis University
  • Columbia University
  • University of Utah
  • University of Washington
Subventions for Publications
  • Journals:
    • Archivum Ottomanicum, Volume XI.
    • Journal of Turkish Studies, Volume XI, Essays Presented to Halil Inalcik on His Seventieth Birthday by His Colleagues and Students, 1987.
  • Books:
    • Roderic Davison, Essays in Ottoman and Turkish History, 1774-1923: The Impact of the West. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1990.
    • Erika Gilson, The Turkish Grammar of Thomas Vaughan. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1987.
    • Fatma Müge Göçek, East Encounters West: France and the Ottoman Empire in the Eighteenth Century. New York and Washington, D.C.: Oxford University Press and the Institute of Turkish Studies, 1987.
    • Ronald Jennings, Humanist and Scholar: Essays in Honor of Andreas Tietze. İstanbul: ISIS Press, 1992.
    • Sabri M. Akural, ed., Turkic Culture: Continuity and Change. Bloomington: Indiana University Turkish Studies, 1987.
    • The Political and Social Studies Foundation (SISAV), Turkish American Relations: Forty Years of Continuity and Change. İstanbul and Washington: SISAV and the Institute of Turkish Studies, 1987.
Library Grants
  • American Research Institute in Turkey
  • Brandeis University
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of Chicago
  • Columbia University
  • Hiram College
  • Hoover Institution
  • Indiana University
  • Middle East University
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Tufts University
  • University of Washington
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
Matching Seed-Money Grants for New University Positions in Turkish Studies
  • University of Texas at Austin (2nd year seed-money to establish a full-time position in Turkish language and literature)
  • Washington University, St. Louis (1st year seed-money to establish a full-time position in Turkish language and literature)
Grants for Conferences, Lecture Series and Workshops
  • University of Chicago (teacher training workshop; lecture series; language circles)
  • Columbia University (workshop on "The Fiscal-Agrarian Regime of the Ottoman Provinces, 1250-1750")
  • Fordham University (workshop on "Turkish Studies in High School Social Studies Curriculum")
  • Indiana University (conference on the "Turkic World in the 1980's")
  • University of Michigan (Turkish studies colloquium)
  • University of Minnesota (conference on "Decision-Making and the Transmission of Authority in the Turkic System")
  • University of Pennsylvania (Turkish studies seminar: workshops, lectures, and film presentations)
  • University of Texas at Austin (interdisciplinary workshop on "Turkic Societies of the Soviet Union and the Middle East")
  • University of Utah (lecture series on Turkish studies)
Teaching Aids Grants
  • Muge Galin (compilation of a graded anthology of modern Turkish literature)
  • Gayle M. Garrett (production of slide kits of Turkish village houses)
  • Karen Murphy and Walter Andrews (to write and publish a curriculum guide to accompany the videotapes Shadows of Turkey and The Witches)
  • James Stewart-Robinson (preparation of contemporary Turkish prose and poetry tapes for Turkish language classes)
Grants for Miscellaneous Projects
  • Wilson J. Myers (pilot project for an aerial atlas of the archaeology of Turkey)
  • Joe E. Pierce (pilot project for a recount of Turkish morphemes)
  • Stanford J. Shaw (Development of an online database of bibliographic and text materials on Turkey and the Ottoman Empire)
  • American Association of Teachers of Turkish (Standardization of ASCII codes and keyboard mapping for Turkish; operational support)
  • University of Chicago (Turkish language course; audio-visual materials)
  • Hoover Institution (filming a collection of books in the Library of Congress)
  • University of Michigan (Turkish portion of summer language consortium)
  • University of Utah (support for slide production)
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison (outreach program: lectures, slide shows, films, folklore materials)
  • "1987 TSA/ITS Prize" (for best article published in 1985-86: "Discordant Revivalism in 17th Century İstanbul" by Madeline Zilfi)

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