Orientalism in the Ottoman Empire | Zeynep Çelik

E 399 | How did the Ottomans react to European attitudes and depictions of their own lands? Pondering on the groundbreaking book 'Orientalism' by Edward Said forty years after its publication, our guest Zeynep Çelik discusses the ways in which urban, art, and architectural historians have grappled with representations of the Ottomans by Europeans and representations of Ottomans by Ottomans themselves. Telling us about a number of paintings, monuments, scholarly writings and stories, she argues that Orientalism is still relevant and with us wherever we go. See more at: https://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2019/01/orientalism.html Zeynep Çelik is a distinguished professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She works on late Ottoman Empire and French colonialism. Zeinab Azarbadegan is a PhD candidate in International and Global History at Columbia University. She is currently conducting research for her dissertation project on the subject of sovereignty and citizenship in nineteenth century Ottoman Iraq. Matthew Ghazarian is a Ph.D. Candidate in Columbia University's Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, African Studies. His research focuses on the intersections of sectarianism, humanitarianism, and political economy in central and eastern Anatolia between 1856 and 1893. CREDITS Episode No. 399 Release Date: January 26, 2018 Recording Location: Istanbul Audio editing by Zeinab Azarbadegan and Matt Ghazarian Music: Katibim, Safiye Ayla Images and bibliography courtesy of Zeynep Çelik Available at https://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2019/01/orientalism.html

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