ANAMED’in Yeni Akademik Yıl Araştırmacıları Belli Oldu / 10 Mayıs 2024
ANAMED'in (Koç Üniversitesi Anadolu Medeniyetleri Araştırma Merkezi) 2024–2025 akademik yılı bursiyerleri belli oldu.

2024 - 2025 Akademik Yılı Bursiyerleri

Temel Araştırma Destekleri

Rukavichnikova, Maria Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz
Slippery Slopes and Treacherous Terrain: The Role of Landscapes in John Kantakouzenos’ Military Narrative

Shevelkina, Maria – Stanford University
Constructing Space in Medieval Anatolia through Ornament

Jones, Eloise May – University of Liverpool
With Flashing Eyes: Femininity, Mythology, and Apotropaism in Lycian Funerary Iconography from the Archaic to the Late Classical Period

Kopçuk, İnan – Ankara University
Roman Fine Ware Pottery of Aspendos. A Diachronic Analysis within the Framework of Material Culture and Relations of Production

Ertaş, Deren – Harvard University
Imperial Geologies: The Political Ecology & Economy of Extraction in the Southeastern Taurus Mineral Belt, 1720-1920

Durmaz, Tunahan – European University Institute, Florence
Of Bodily Fluids, Madness, and Fever: Many Ways of Grappling with Diseases in the Ottoman Healing Domain (1640-1691)

Dolgun, Filiz – Dokuz Eylül University 
Functional Evaluation of Early Bronze Age IVb Spaces And Ceramics at Tayinat Hoyuk

Demirkol, Büşra – University of Washington
The Female Body as The Venue Of Politics: Women’s Bodily Experiences of Pronatalism in The Late Ottoman İstanbul

Çınar, Ayça Deniz – Çanakkale On Sekiz Mart University
Early Bronze IV–Middle Bronze II Stone Objects from Tell Atchana and Toprakhisar Höyük: The Role and Significance of Stone Production Technology in Center and Periphery Relations

Doktora Sonrası Araştırmacılar

Adashinkaya, Anna – The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG)
Between Dynastic Ideology, Local Piety, and Political Regionalism: Monastic Patronage of the Megaloi Komnenoi after 1261

Cercone, Ashley Elizabeth – University of Buffalo
Pottery Traditions in inland Western Anatolia: A petrographical, chemical, and mineralogical study of Early Bronze Age ceramics from Eskişehir

Paravano, Casimo – University of Vienna and Dumbarton Oaks Spaces of Civic Participation in Late Antique Antioch and Beyond

Budak, Samet – University of Michigan
From Constantinople to Cairo: An Interconnected Intellectual History of Anatolia in the Late Medieval Era

Ganier, Charles – Université Paris-Cité & Institut Français d'Etudes Anatoliennes
Beyazit-Maku, two borderlands’ powers at the intersection of Ottoman Empire and Iran political and social dynamics (17th – end of 19th century)

Yelözer Kılıç, Yelda – Istanbul University 
Objects Of Memory: Symbolic Item Depositional Practices at the Dawn of Sedentism in Anatolia

Kaner, Tunç – Koç University 
Ceramic Energetics: A Holistic Material Approach to the Production of Late Bronze Age Ceramics From Western Anatolia

Kıdemli Araştırmacılar

Hess, Christian Walter – Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
The Scribal Community at Sultantepe

Dirican, Murat – Independent Scholar
On the trail of 3D: A lost prehistoric obsidian quarry in Near East

Pulhan, Gül – British Institute at Ankara
The Degree of Contact: The Middle Bronze Age Settlement of Gre Amer, Batman in its Northern Mesopotamian Context

Serin, Ufuk – Middle East Technical University
Constructing Memory in Byzantine Architecture: Spolia As A Mnemonic Device Between The Past and The Present

Petersen, Leif – Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Between the Empires: Conflict and Cultural Exchange Between the Early Caliphate and Byzantium in Eastern Anatolia and Upper Mesopotamia, 640–780

Ortak Araştırma Destekleri

KUDAR-ANAMED Ortak Araştırmacısı

Breu, Adria – Autonomous University of Barcelona
Navigating Time: A Comprehensive Study of Cargo and Shipbuilding Resins in Anatolian Waters from Multiple Historic Periods

KHI-ANAMED Ortak Araştırmacısı

Schreiner, Eva Johanna – Columbia University
The Architecture of German Capitalist Imperialism: Producing Land, Cultivating Cotton, and Building Modern Finance in the Ottoman Empire, 1870s-1919

İAE-ANAMED Ortak Araştırmacısı

Coşkuner, Fatma – Sabancı University Sakıp Sabancı Museum
Empire(s) of Seascape: Looking Istanbul from the Black Sea in the Nineteenth-Century Russo-Ottoman Discourses

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