Grants Program

Recipients: 2008-2009

Dissertation Writing Grants
  • Lale Can (New York University)
    The Specter of Pan-Islamism: Pilgrims, Sufis and Revolutionaries and the Construction of Ottoman-Central Asian Relations, 1865-1914
  • Suphan Kirmizialtin (University of Texas - Austin)
    Gender, Education, and Modernization: Women Schoolteachers in the Late Ottoman Empire (1871-1922)
  • Jeremy Walton (University of Chicago)
    Constructing Civic Virtue in a Secular State: Islam, Civil Society, and Post-Politics in Contemporary Turkey
  • Brett Wilson (Duke University)
    The Politics of Qur'an Translation: Translating and Printing the Qur'an in late Ottoman and modern Turkey
Comparative Studies of Modern Turkey Research Grant
  • Samantha Friedman (SUNY - Albany)
    Urbanization, Overwieght, and Obesity: Assessing the Counterfactual Pattern in Turkey and Colombia
Library Grants
  • Baruch College
  • Kennesaw State University
  • North Georgia College & State University
  • University of Mississippi
Subventions for Publication
  • Ed Foster
    Journal of Contemporary Turkish Culture
  • Kemal Karpat
    International Journal of Turkish Studies
  • Barry Rubin
    Turkish Studies Journal
  • Yetkin Yildirim
    Exploring Models for Peace by Re-exploring the Past: Diversity in the Ottoman Empire
Summer Language Study Grants
  • Sevin Gallo (University of Akron)
  • David Gutman (SUNY - Binghamton)
  • Irfana Hashmi (New York University)
  • Antonia Mandry (Columbia University - Teachers' College)
  • Will Smiley (Cambridge University)
Matching Seed-Money Grants for New University Positions in Turkish Instruction
  • University of Minnesota
  • Boston University
Conferences
  • Kennesaw State University
  • AATT
Undergraduate Exchange Programs
  • University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • University of Nevada - Reno
Summer Travel Grants
  • Kimberely Hart (Buffalo State College)
  • Didem Havlioglu (University of Utah)
  • Leyla Keough (Woodrow Wilson Center)
  • Mark Stein (Muhlenberg College)
Summer Research Grants
  • Susynne McElrone (New York University)
    The Holy City of Hebron: Religion in Society, Politics and Economy in the Long 19th Century

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