- First Name
- A. Ebru
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- Czech Republic
- Anglo-American University
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- Late Ottoman History (esp. migration, gender, nationalism); translation.
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- Recent Publications
“Nation and Migration in Late Ottoman Spheres of (Legal) Belonging: a Comparative Look at Laws on Nationality.” Nationalities Papers (February 2021): 1-19. DOI: 10.1017/nps.2020.79.
“Şemsettin Sami’s Women: (Self-) Censored Reflections on Gender, Islam, and Progress – Ženy Şemsettina Samiho: (Auto) cenzurované úvahy o genderu, islámu a pokroku.” Nový Orient 74, (2019/3): 70-78.
“Migrants to Citizens: An Evaluation of the Expansionist Features of Hamidian Ottomanism, 1876 – 1909.” Die Welt des Islams 56, 3/4 (2016): 388-414.
Chapter in an Edited Volume
“Muslim Woman: a case study in collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches to gender and class boundaries in the late Ottoman Empire,” in Hülya Adak and Richard Wittmann, eds. Mapping Gender in the Near East, Pera-Blätter 36 (2022): 17-19.
“Letters to the Author: Late-Ottoman Debates About Equality Between the Sexes, an Extract from Halil Hamid’s Müsavat-ı Tamme.” SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research 9 (2015/16): 68-72.
Review of Istanbul-Kushta-Constantinople: Narratives of Identity in the Ottoman Capital, 1830-1930, by Christoph Herzog and Richard Wittmann, ed., Biography 43/4 (2020): 855-859.
Review of When the War Came Home: The Ottomans’ Great War and the Devastation of an Empire, by Yiğit Akın, Review of Middle East Studies (December 2019): 389-391.
- Media Coverage
- Country Focus
- Ottoman Empire
- Expertise by Geography
- Middle East
- Expertise by Chronology
- 5, 8
- Expertise by Topic
- Gender, Migration & Immigration, Politics, Religion, Urban History, Women