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The South Asia Institute at Harvard, The Committee on Inner Asian and Altaic Studies at Harvard, The Department of Music at Harvard, The Department of South Asian Studies at Harvard, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Asia Center, and the Provostial Fund for Arts and Humanities present
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies presents a one-day Symposium to mark the centenary of the Gallipoli 1915 Campaign
As part of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies’ program of commemorating the various centenaries associated with the First World War in the Middle East – a conflict as murderous and bloody as that in western Europe – CMES will hold a one-day symposium on the Battle of Gallipoli in 1915. This event will include a panel of discussion by several American-based experts in late Ottoman History as well as two Ottoman historians from Germany and from Turkey.
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies will mark the centenary of Turkey’s entry into the First World War in the Middle East by organizing a small, one-day, round-table to include the military campaigns and associated events in Anatolia and the Arab Provinces of the Ottoman Empire, as well as Egypt: The Middle East at War – 1914-1922: A Round Table, organized by Harvard Department of History Professors Roger Owen and Cemal Kafadar.... Read more about The Middle East at War -- 1914-1922: A Round Table
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies is pleased to present a roundtable workshop organized by Roger Owen
The Gulf: Past, Present, and Future A discussion of the History of the ‘Khalig’ (Gulf) in terms of its ruling families, its trading practices, and of its place within the world of the Indian Ocean centered on Mumbai - as well as the larger world beyond.... Read more about The Gulf: Past, Present, and Future