Grants Program

Recipients: 1994-1995

Dissertation Writing Grants
  • Turan, Fikret(Harvard University)
    Support for dissertation on the syntactic structure of old Anatolian Turkish.
  • Turnbull, Richard (Institute of Fine Arts, NYU)
    Support for dissertation on the Muradiye Tomb Complex in Bursa to examine Ottoman attitudes toward death, burial and memorialization through architecture.
  • Ulucan, Mustafa Mehmet (The University of Chicago)
    Support for dissertation on "Arab nationalism during the second Ottoman constitutional period: Ottoman perceptions and policies".
Graduate Fellowships (Institutional)
  • University of Chicago
  • Columbia University
  • University of Michigan
  • SUNY, Binghamton
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • University of Utah
  • University of Washington
Library Grants
  • University of Arizona
    Acquisition and cataloguing costs of library materials to support Turkish language instruction & courses in History, Near/Middle Eastern Studies.
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Acquisition of novels, reference works, publications on political, social developments in Turkey.
  • University of Chicago
    Acquisition of library materials in Turkish.
  • Hoover Institution Acquisition of current Turkish Publications.
  • Columbia University
    Acquisition and cataloguing of books recently published in Turkey.
  • Georgetown University
    Acquisition of books on modern Turkey and the Ottoman Empire for the main campus library.
  • University of Michigan
    Acquisition of research materials on Turkish local history published before 1950.
  • Princeton University
    Acquisition of books.
  • SUNY, Binghamton
    Acquisition of library materials on early modern Ottoman history, 1650-1800.
  • University of Texas, Austin
    Acquisition of Turkish monographs.
  • University of Utah
    Acquisition of materials on Turkish economy, history, art & architecture
  • Washington State University
    Acquisition of manuscripts in facsimile from Turkish libraries & reprints in Ottoman historiography, law and science from Goethe Universität.
Post-Doctoral Conference Travel
  • Kornfilt, Jaklin
    Attend a theoretical linguistics conference in Norway to present paper on 'Long Passives in German and Turkish
  • Roderic Davison
    Attend the VII International Congress on the Economic and Social History of the Ottoman Empire (1300-1920) in Heidelberg, July, 1995.
Post-Doctoral Travel Research in Turkey
  • Khoury, Dina Rizk
    Support for research in the vakif archives in Ankara for study on "The Bases of Social and Political Power in Ottoman Provincial Society: Mosul in the Early Modern Period."
Grants For University Sponsored Conferences, Lecture Series, Workshops
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Matching funds for public lectures, colloquia and films.
  • University of Chicago
    Matching funds for six lectures on modern Turkish history.
  • Columbia University
    Matching funds for the Turkish Seminar within the conference on "The Emergence, Submergence and Re-emergence of Tradition in the Middle East."
  • Indiana University Art Museum
    Funds for an exhibition "Turkish Traditional Art Today" (funds to be used for airfare for 3 visiting scholars from Turkey)
  • Library of Congress
    Matching funds for lectures on Turkish and Middle Eastern history and culture.
  • University of Michigan
    Matching funds for the annual Turkish Studies Colloquium.
  • Portland State University
    Funds for "Turkey at the Crossroads: A Workshop for Educators"
  • University of Texas at Austin
    Matching funds for a two-day conference on "İstanbul: The Making of a City" during Ottoman and modern periods.
  • University of Utah
    Matching funds for an intensive seminar on Ottoman Turkish architecture and decorative arts by a visiting scholar.
Other: Conference Proceedings
  • Avigdor Levy, ed., The Jews of the Ottoman Empire, (Darwin Press, 1994)
    Proceedings of the 1987 Brandeis University Conference "The Jews in the Ottoman Empire"

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