Lecture Ilkay Yilmaz – Interimperial Diplomacy, Security and Administrative Reform in The Ottoman East
April 3 @ 16:00 - 17:30
On the 3rd of April, the Security History Network hosts its third lecture in the SHN Lecture Series. In this lecture, dr. İlkay Yılmaz will speak about Interimperial Diplomacy, Security and Administrative Reform in The Ottoman East.
Dr. Yılmaz is currently a DFG-funded research assistant at the Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut at the division of Modern History. studies. She was a visiting Ph.D. candidate at Leiden University in 2009-2010, where she conducted research on passport history, inter-imperial collaboration on policing, public order, state formation, security history and history of violence in the Ottoman Empire during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
More information can be found on the SHN website.
You are invited to join the lecture on location (Drift 25, room 0.03) on Monday the 3rd of April, 16:00 – 17:30. It is also possible to join the lecture online via Teams.
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